See all of the animals’ lively personas with the revolutionary behavioral exhibits!
Asahiyama Zoo rose to fame with its behavioral exhibits
The highlight of Asahiyama Zoo, the northernmost zoo in Japan, is its behavioral exhibits, which are specially designed to feature each animal’s distinct traits and abilities.
The zoo quickly became famous through this revolutionary type of exhibit.
The zoo also features many events including “Mogumogu Time”, (feeding time) where zookeepers feed the animals while explaining their traits and behaviors, and “Naruhodo Guide”, where the zoo staff share facts about the animals.
Be sure to check out the events to see a different side of the animals than normal!
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Open year-round, Asahiyama Zoo lets guests see the lively animals in every season. If it’s your first visit or even if you’ve been many times, there’s always something new to discover.
4/27/2019～10/15/2019 9:30 a.m.～5:15 p.m.(Last Entry/4:00 p.m.)
10/16/2019～11/3/2019 9:30 a.m.～4:30 p.m.(Last Entry/4:00 p.m.)
8/10/2019～8/16/2019 9:30 a.m.～9:00 p.m.(Last Entry/8:00 p.m.)
* For the latest information please check the Asahikawa Zoo Official Website
Stay at OMO and Make the Best of Your Visit to the Zoo with "No Animal Talk?! Asahikawa Zoo Lecture Series"
In order to help our guests make the best of their visit to Asahiyama Zoo, “No Animal Talk?! Asahikawa Zoo Lecture Series” will begin on April 26, 2019. Here at OMO7 Asahikawa, we’ll leave the animal discussion up to the professionals at the zoo and have our very own Neighborhood Guide OMO Ranger share all their expertise on how to best enjoy a visit to Asahiyama Zoo.
Get excited for your visit to the zoo by finding out information that’s not listed in guidebooks or on the internet!
“No Animal Talk?! Asahiyama Zoo Lecture Series” Outline
Dates: Everyday starting April 26, 2019 (except days when the zoo is closed)
Time: 8:00 – 8:30 PM
Place: OMO Base
Maximum Participants: No Limit (Lecture will be held as long as there is 1 guest)
Click here for details on “No Animal Talk?!”