Jungle Museum
Opened in 1995, the Jungle Museum was Japan’s first realistic tropical rainforest enclosure. It was constructed with the aim of raising interest and understanding of our valuable and irreplaceable rainforests, which are rapidly disappearing from the face of the earth, and to help breed the rare animals that exist in this habitat.
The museum is a 3-storey structure (2 floors above ground and 1 below) made from reinforced concrete and is an all-weather, completely indoor enclosure. The interior is divided into two zones – a Central and South American zone and a South East Asian zone and brings you face to face with a variety of animals that make the rainforest their home including mammals, bird life and fish species against a backdrop of luscious green and unusual flora.

Animals you can see
  • Southern tamandua
  • Capybara
  • South American coati
  • Two-toed Sloths
  • Sun Bears
  • Java Sparrow & Red-Whiskered Bulbul
  • Clouded Leopards
  • Bear Catst
  • Toco Toucans