Kobe Oji Zoo

Kobe Oji Zoo

Kobe Oji Zoo opened in March 1951. Located in the middle of the city with excellent accessibility, the zoo has long been adored by locals for its more than 700 cherry and other trees, as well as its colorful seasonal flowers and plants. There are around 800 animals of approximately 130 different species, including giant pandas and koalas, while there is also an area where visitors can interact with small animals up close. Other highlights include the Zoological Science Center, where visitors can have fun while learning about the wonders of animals; an amusement park; and the old, western-style Hunter’s House. Visitors to the zoo can see giant pandas and koalas on the same day!
Photo provided by Kobe Tourism Bureau

[Fee] Adults (High school students and above): 600 yen; Children (Junior high school students and below): Free
[Access] Approx. 3 min. walk from Ojikoen Station on the Hankyu Kobe Line,
5 min. walk from Nada Station on the JR Kobe Line, or 10 min. walk from Hanshin Iwaya Station;
short walk from the Oji-dobutsuen-mae bus stop on the No. 90/92 Kobe City Bus
[Credit Card Payment] Not accepted
[Foreign Language Support] No [Reservations] Not required



Postal Code
3-1 Oji-cho, Nada-ku, Kobe, Hyogo Prefecture
9:00-17:00 (March–October)
9:00-16:30 (November–February)
*Last entry 30 mins. before closing
Wednesdays (except public holidays), December 29–January 1


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