Tokyo-to Onshi Ueno Zoo is a zoo in the Tokyo metropolis in Uenokoen, Taito-ku, Tokyo.
It opens in 1882 as a Japan’s first zoo.
About 500 kinds of animal is raised in the park divided into Higashien and Nishien. The monorail with which two gardens are tied was also made in the first country.
About 450 kinds of animal as much as 3000 is raised. A panda, an elephant, a giraffe and a penguin are popular. There is also a corner where a rabbit and a guinea pig can touch an animal. A giant panda, an okapi, a Choeropsis liberiensis and the world three great rare animal are raised.
Address: Uenokoen 9-83, Taito-ku, Tokyo (GoogleMap)
The mailbox with the giant panda design is installed immediately near the front gate entrance of Ueno Zoological Gardens. When you mail a letter with the fixed form size and a postcard, you can cancel with a postmark of the landscape mark by which a giant panda and Saigo Takamori image were drawn.
Sumatra tiger. A habitat is Sumatra in Indonesia.