In continuation of Ueno Park and Zoo Part I
Those people who wore mask were sick with cold or cough. It is to prevent bacteria or virus spread to other people. I wish Filipino people are like that as we are known to be brutal in public sneezing and coughing without covering our nose or mouth!
The Ueno Zoo 1.
I forgot what these are called but they look like pigs from hell. Look at the horn.
Lovely sleeping owl!
I wanna see your peacock!
There were also sea lions! Oh so adorable.
They loved sun bathing.
A Polar bear. She didn’t want to face people! Taray.
OMGGG!! A real panda!! OMG soo cute I’m gonna die!
She’s eating a bamboo grass!
We have to ride a monorail going to the other part of the zoo. While I was waiting for Josh to figure out on how to get tickets, I noticed there were lots of kids around. I loved them!
The monorail going to the other part of Ueno Zoo
A Kangaroo who doesn’t want to face the people. Taruj.
A huge hippopotamus! She was born 1983!
A real fat tree.
Once again, a nice beautiful view in Ueno.
I was freezing cold but this girl in skirt and pantyhose wasn’t
I enjoyed wandering around Ueno Park and Zoo. It was indeed a beautiful affair not just with cherry blossoms but with unique norms and practices in Japan.
Ueno Park and Zoo Tour Information: How to Get to Ueno Park and Zoo
Ueno Park is just next to JR Ueno Station. You can ride any Major JR Lines in Central Tokyo, and look for Ueno Station. Look for “Park Exit” sign once arrived in Ueno Station.