Ichihara Elephant Kingdom (Ichihara Zou-no-Kuni)

Travel Guide - Ichihara Elephant Kingdom (Ichihara Zou-no-Kuni)


There are a total of nine elephants living in Ichihara Zou-no-Kuni, or Ichihara Elephant Kingdom.
Apart from watching the elephant show which is held a couple of times every day, visitors can also experience fun activities such as riding the elephant or standing on the trunk.
In addition to the elephants, there are also 100 species of animals in the kingdom, such as hippopotamuses, tigers, giraffes, raccoons, camels and so on.

Opening Hours

  • 9:00 - 17:00


  • Thursdays (except national holidays)

Access / Public Transport

  • 10-minute taxi ride from Takataki Station on the Kominato Line (Free transportation service from the station is also available. Bokking required.)

Address / Location

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