The Higashiyama Zoo and Botanical Gardens (東山動植物園) is a zoo with botanical gardens located in Nagoya, Japan.
Established in 1937, the Higashiyama Zoo is one of Asia’s largest, containing attractions such as botanical gardens and an amusement park.
Its collection contains more than 125 species of mammals, including Giraffes;
Adorable Penguins
Bouncing Kangaroos
Sea lions
Dinosaurs (bad joke)﴾͡๏̯͡๏﴿ O’RLY?
Little Ducks
Lions, and Tigers
Unfortunately photographs were not permitted in the Koala enclosure.
Beautiful Snow Cats
Nagoya’s famous miso katsu. OMG words can’t even describe this thing. It was so awesome, i had 2 more servings after this.
 The Higashiyama Sky Tower contains observation decks and a restaurant 100 meters above ground.
Nice open space to paddle flamigo boats!
And Camels too!
Numerous reptiles and birds; and medaka tropical fish that flew on the space shuttle with one of Japan’s astronauts.
Here’s Brontosaurus
And Triceratops for Jurassic park fans
Amusement park!
Koala coaster
Hall of mirrors
 Once again, miso katsu bento. I still can’t forget the taste even as i type this. ♥‿♥

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