Kujukushima Zoological and Botanical Garden Mori-kirara

九十九島動植物園 森きらら

Kujukushima Zoological and Botanical Garden Mori-kirara Feed an elephant and picnic among the flowers

OVERVIEW

Only a short drive from Saikai National Park’s 99 Islands Pearl Resort, the Zoological and Botanical Garden Mori-kirara houses animals from all corners of the globe.

Small animal petting, the lion show and animal feeding shows are held throughout the day, however some experiences do require prebooking.

Ensure your place at the ticket booth to hand-feed the garden’s resident superstar, Hanako the elephant. Venture behind-the-scenes to prepare her food and then have her eating from your hand! Experiences are limited to 20 people and cost 300 yen. You can also watch penguins swim overhead at Japan’s largest single structure penguin house.

AREA
Sasebo City & Saikai City
INFORMATION
Fees Adult entry ¥820
Child entry ¥210 (children under the age of 3 enter for free)

Discount for groups of 15 or more
Access information Visitors to Kujukushima Pearl Sea Resort can take the free shuttle bus from outside Aquarium Umi-kirara. Show your ticket from Umi-kirara or Kujukushima Cruise to receive a discount on your entry price.
Open hours 9:00am - 5:15pm (last admission at 4:45pm)
Days Closed Open every day of the year

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  • Barrier-free* This mark represents a wheelchair friendly facility. Nagasaki is well known for its non-wheelchair friendly terrain, with many slopes and a lot of stairs. The use of cabs and other vehicles are highly recommended.
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