Osaka Tennoji Zoo
Osaka Tennnouji Zoo is the third zoo to be built in Japan, with a history
of more than 90 years. The natural living
environments are reproduced in the African Savanna Zone, among others.
An easy access from Tenouji railway station ( Map source: Tennouji Zoo )
The Tennoji Zoo was opened in January 1915. It celebrated the 100th anniversary
from the opening in 2015
and is currently known as the third oldest zoo in Japan. The zoo has about
1,000 animals of about 200 species
in an approximately 11 hectare site and attracts many visitors as an urban
(L) Tenshiba Gate of Tennouji Zoo (M) Hippopotamus (R) Zebra
(L) Crocuta (M) Gireffe (R) Common eland
(L) Lions in rest (R) Very active charming wolves
(L) A tiger (R) A zoo keeper and capybaras
(L) Red panda (M) Penguin (R) Emu
Mufflon on the rock in the zoo.
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Osaka, Shitennouji, Dotonbori, Railway in Osaka Tennoji Zoo
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The article was writtenand photography was taken in April 2018, by Junhaku
Miyamoto, M.D., PhD.