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Kobe Animal Kingdom

603 Reviews

Kobe Animal Kingdom

603 Reviews
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7-1-9 Minatojima Minamimachi, Chuo-Ku, Kobe 650-0047 Hyogo Prefecture
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Sake Tasting at Local Breweries in Kobe
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Sake Tasting at Local Breweries in Kobe

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The Nada district in Kobe is one of the biggest producers of sake (Japanese rice wine) in Japan, home to over 40 breweries. On this tour, visit four different breweries ranging from small family-run businesses to Japan’s biggest sake brewery. Along the way, sample a variety of different sakes, learn all about the brewing process, and tuck into traditional snacks including deep-fried tofu.
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jojohor wrote a review Mar 2020
Singapore, Singapore4 contributions
Loved this! Went there on a rainy there and loved the fact that everything (except for the open outdoor space) was indoors. Thoroughly enjoyed interacting and feeding the animals, which were all so lively and happy. We had a blast. Will highly recommend this place - suitable for all ages.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Response from Roving804733, 営業ディレクター at Kobe Animal Kingdom
Responded 10 May 2020
Dear Guest Welcome to Kobe Animal Kingdom.And thank you for your reply. This is our pleasure to have you visit here and had a good time here. Hope to see you again soon. Best regards
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Jessica K wrote a review Jan 2020
Shanghai, China51 contributions13 helpful votes
Really fun experience, much better than we expected. We needed something fun for our son who has been a trooper the past few days. This was really great. There are a few animals who look a bit lonely, but overall they're very well cared for and the interaction is limited and animals always have opt out spaces. Generally they're just happy and fat. Capybara are surprisingly affectionate, BTW. The most annoying part was finding the right train station. But once you're on it its easy and fast.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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Response from Roving804733, 営業ディレクター at Kobe Animal Kingdom
Responded 14 Feb 2020
Dear Guest Welcome to Kobe Animal Kingdom.And thank you for your reply. This is our pleasure to have you visit here and had a good time here. Hope to see you again soon. Best regards
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Siddharth B wrote a review Jan 2020
Seattle, Washington531 contributions81 helpful votes
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I can’t believe I was almost considering skipping Animal Kingdom to make time for other attractions. After beef at Kokubu, Animal Kingdom was our most memorable experience in Kobe and one of the most memorable in Japan. It seems pretty exorbitantly priced at 1800 yen each for a seemingly small zoo. However once you go inside, you realize it’s very different from a traditional zoo in the West. Here a lot of animals are just roaming around among the humans, and you can touch, pat and photograph with them. There is a section with lemurs jumping around. You can get very close to them, although exercise caution as they’re wild animals. In another section, you can pat capybaras, galapagos tortoise and even walk among anteaters, tucan birds and marmoset monkey and even a sloth. One of the best experiences here was seeing a red panda up close as it has evaded us in all the zoos we’ve ever been to, including feeding the red panda experience. They have a lot of unique animals, and at the end even a section where you can play with kangaroos. The photos posted here are just the highlight reel and there are so many other animals to watch and be enchanted by. Overall it is an excellent place to spend middle of the day if you love animals and is a very different experience from being in yet another zoo. If there is one thing you can do in Kobe apart from eating Kobe beef (I recommend Kokubu) come here.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Response from Roving804733, 營業 at Kobe Animal Kingdom
Responded 23 Jan 2020
Dear Guest Welcome to Kobe Animal Kingdom.And thank you for your reply. This is our pleasure to have you visit here and had a good time here. Hope to see you again soon. Best regards
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ohoillie wrote a review Nov 2019
Bangkok, Thailand159 contributions5 helpful votes
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I went there on my own. And totally enjoy myself. The animals are well look after. They look happy and comforts in their environments. A lot of interaction with the animals. I recommend this. Check out the shows and the feeding hours. Worth it!
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Responded 23 Nov 2019
Dear Guest Welcome to Kobe Animal Kingdom.And thank you for your reply. This is our pleasure to have you visit here and had a good time here. Hope to see you again soon. Best regards
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Sinikka60 wrote a review Oct 2019
Vantaa, Finland12 contributions
The zoo was diveded into different sections, but mainly all animals were inside. It was easy to see the animals and many of them were walking freely. Wonderful place for small children. The bird show was also worth while of seeing. Highly recommend. Portliner metro is good way to go, nice view to Kobe.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Responded 26 Oct 2019
Dear Guest Welcome to Kobe Animal Kingdom.And thank you for your reply. This is our pleasure to have you visit here and had a good time here. Hope to see you again soon. Best regards
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