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Nagasaki Bio Park

#1 of 20 things to do in Saikai Features Animals
2291-1 Nakaymago, Seihi-cho, Saikai 851-3302, Nagasaki Prefecture
+81 959-27-1090
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Fun Filled Day

Yes I'm an adult, and yes this was still an awesome place to visit. BioPark has a decent... read more

Reviewed 25 May 2017
Jaime B
Sasebo, Japan
Capybaras are so cute

I recommend this place, young or old must see this place, the animals are so cool, you can interact... read more

Reviewed 22 May 2017
Bacoor, Philippines
via mobile
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  • Average5%
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Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
2291-1 Nakaymago, Seihi-cho, Saikai 851-3302, Nagasaki Prefecture
+81 959-27-1090
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Reviewed 25 May 2017

Yes I'm an adult, and yes this was still an awesome place to visit. BioPark has a decent collection of animals, some in smaller sadder enclosures and others happily roaming free. There are monkeys you can feet and pet, kangaroos you can kiss, and capybaras...More

Thank Jaime B
Reviewed 22 May 2017 via mobile

I recommend this place, young or old must see this place, the animals are so cool, you can interact with them they are so gentle. If you're an animal lover then this is the place to be. First time to see capybaras & i love...More

Thank Maannsekushi
Reviewed 24 April 2017

I live in Fukuoka where the zoo is free for children and only about 400 yen ($4) for adults. My brother was visiting from the US and we were going to Nagasaki so we decided to check this out. I've got 4 kids and I...More

Thank Jenifer51
Reviewed 19 March 2017 via mobile

Great time for adults and kids alike! Get the annual pass, it costs the same as two visits and trust me you will visit again. The petting park at the entrance is a lot of fun especially for children. Bring lots of 100 yen coins...More

Thank metz4520
Reviewed 3 January 2017

Our family visited the Bio Park and had a great time. They have a shuttle bus which picks up from Huis Ten Bosch and you can then catch a regular bus right outside to travel to Nagasaki, very convenient. We had so much fun feeding...More

1  Thank scarybear
Reviewed 21 November 2016 via mobile

I am constantly amazed with the cool things you can do in Japan. I've been a couple of times and would probably go back if someone really wanted to go. Frankly, I probably spend more money on feeding the animals than I do on admission.

Thank s t
Reviewed 18 October 2016

Spent two plus hours at Bio Park with the family. My first visit was back in the early 90's and it has changed quite a bit since then. The trek is now up hill for the first half and down hill for the final run....More

Thank captainked
Reviewed 14 July 2016 via mobile

As we are animal lover we went in this park. Even though it was bit costly but we still enjoyed it. Animals dont look happy and seems like they do t get enough food i request the management to give the animals proper dite. Keep...More

2  Thank ramzan190
Reviewed 4 May 2016

You can get real close to animals, feed and touch them. The animals in the main zoo appeared healthy and relaxed, in the "Paw" (pet animal world) displayed signs of severe stress, as did the lama (both are at the entrance of the zoo). The...More

1  Thank StanDeJong
Reviewed 25 April 2016

The great thing about this zoo is that you can touch and feed many of the animals on display. There is a large selection of animals, however, we were most interested in getting up close to the capybaras, which didn't disappoint. We drove to the...More

Thank Cassandra A
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Stephanie B
Did you get the bus from Nagasaki JR station? How many Yen did it cost and how long did the trip take? Thank you for being so helpful, I'm so excited to go!
10 January 2016|
Response from Taku I |
you get the bus bound for 'Ogushi(大串)' and off at 'Futamata(二股)' It takes about 1hour and 30 minutes. it costs about 780 yen (children fee is 390 yen). I hope you will find it helpful :-)
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