Animals in Natural Surroundings
Address: 1-108 Chausuyama-cho Tennoji-ku Osaka 543-0063 Japan
The zoo is located in Tennoji Park, southwest of the Shitenno-ji Temple, one of the oldest Buddhist temples in Japan. The park also has a circular garden called Keitakuen. The Tennoji Zoo, opened in 1915, houses 1,401 animals, including koalas, pandas, kiwis, reptiles, birds, mammals and a Tasmanian devil, which you cannot find in any other zoo in Japan. There is also a separate bird sanctuary, a reptile house that duplicates a natural environment and a hippopotamus. Pamphlets in English will help you find your way around this wonderful facility. Admission is free for junior high school students and younger than that.
Phone: +81 6 6771 8401 | Fax: +81 6 6772 4633
Nearest Transportation: Dobutsuen-mae and Ebisu-cho Stations
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