Inokashira Park Zoo displays a range of Japanese and Asian species including deer, monkeys and aquatic birds. It is easily accessible located in Kichijoji and also contains a botanical garden and sculpture museum. A twice-daily, 45 minute tour with zoo guides is available.
Luckily for cheapos there are three days a year that admission is free: May 17 (Inokashira Park Zoo’s Anniversary Day), May 4 (Greenery Day), and October 1 (Tokyo Citizens’ Day).
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