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Tokyo Port Wild Bird Park


by Maga-chan

"An Airborne Visitors' Oasis"

Established in 1978 this park is a result of the oil crisis when landfill development was interrupted. Birds and other wildlife quickly returned, attracted to the grass and ponds that had appeared. Winter is the best season for bird-watching, when flying guests from the north drop into the park. Humans prefer to visit during the spring and autumn. Those with an interest in nature preservation in both the public and private sectors often visit to observe this bastion of environmental restoration.
3-1 Tokai, Ota-ku, Tokyo, Japan, 143-0001
Today: 09:00 AM - 04:30 PM Closed Now
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Tuesday to Sunday 09:00 AM to 04:30 PM
"An Airborne Visitors' Oasis"
Established in 1978 this park is a result of the oil crisis when landfill development was interrupted. Birds and other wildlife quickly returned, attracted to the grass and ponds that had appeared. Winter is the best season for bird-watching, when flying guests from the north drop into the park. Humans prefer to visit during the spring and autumn. Those with an interest in nature preservation in both the public and private sectors often visit to observe this bastion of environmental restoration.
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