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Zoo and Botanical Gardens in Kanagawa

We are investigating and introducing zoo and botanical gardens in Kanagawa prefecture. Recently, various kinds of ingenuity have been made for zoo and botanical gardens, and places where becoming attractive tourist spots are increasing. We will post popular zoo and botanical gardens in Kanagawa Prefecture.

Zoo in Kanagawa

Yokohama Zoo Zoorasia

Yokohama Zoo Zoorasia, "Maintaining symbiosis of life and harmony with nature" as the main theme.

Nogeyama zoo

It is in Nogeyama park, which is located on the hill which overlooks Minato Mirai 21 district under the eyes.

Kanazawa Zoo

Yokohama City Kanazawa ku. It is located in the Kanazawa Nature Park, breeding mainly around rare herbivorous animals in the world.

Kawasaki Municipality Yumeimagasaki Zoological Park

We will deliver information on free areas of animal park "Yumegigasaki zoo park" and its surroundings from citizen's point of view to meet lesser pandas and penguins in Kawasaki-shi Saiwai Ward.

Kodomo no Kuni

A huge playground of 1 million square meters taking advantage of the nature of the Tama hills, which crosses the Yokohama-shi Aoba-ku and the Machida-shi, Tokyo. There are lots of playground equipment, cycling and athletics, including ranch, children's zoo, pool, skating rink. 5 minutes on foot from Tokyu Children's National Line "Kodomonokuni" station!

Makigahara Chibiko Zoo

In this zoo, a contact corner (contact opening square) is set up in the park to provide a place to learn while touching small animals such as guinea pigs and mice. In addition, we keep breeding chicken of natural monument and peacock butt.

Botanical Gardens in Kanagawa

Kanagawa Prefectural Flower Center Obune Botanical Garden

It is a botanical garden in Kamakura city, Kanagawa prefecture.

Children's Botanical Gardens

It is a botanical garden in Minami-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa.

Fujisawa City Nagakubo Park Urban Greening Botanic Garden

The Nagakubo Park Urban Greening Botanical Garden is filled with rich trees and flowers and the entertainment of people visiting through the four seasons.

Kana Garden

It is Kanagawa Prefecture Tachibana and Green Contact Center "Kana Garden".

Odawara Flower Garden

It is a flower garden in Odawara, Kanagawa prefecture.

Hakone SHISSEIKAEN

Hakone Wet Garden is a botanical garden centered on plants growing in wetlands such as rivers and lakes, including wetlands.

Enoshima Samuel Cocking Garden

A botanical garden full of tropical and eclectic tropical mood derived from the British trader "Samuel Cocking" in Meiji Era.

Kitasato University School of Pharmacy affiliated medicinal botanical garden

Kanagawa Prefecture Sagamihara city Minami - ku.

Yokohama English Garden

It is an English garden in Nishi-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa.

Ikuta Green Area Rose Garden

Kanagawa prefecture Kawasaki city Tama ward green area Bara-en.

Yokosuka Shobuen Garden

It is Shobuen garden in Yokosuka-shi, Kanagawa.

Hikijigawa Water Park

Fujisawa city, Kanagawa prefecture

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