Today, we're going to take you the other side of the world for another guinea pig attraction! We're going back to Japan to look at the Inokashira Park Zoo. (Regular readers may recall that we already showcased a zoo in Japan which had a guinea pig bridge. Just to be clear, this isn't the same zoo.) Inokashira Park Zoo is located in western Tokyo. It is not that big of a zoo, but it does have something of interest to Cavy Savvy readers: a Guinea Pig house!
|The sign for the Guinea Pig house! (source)|
|Look at all the guinea pigs! (source)|
|You can even pick them up and pet them! (source)|
So many guinea pigs!
Inokashira Park Zoo is said to be relatively-inexpensive, too: 400 yen (about $3.93 US), for those humans who worry about that money stuff.
Still on the fence about going? Then check out this quirky Japanese video, which Google translates as "Inokashira Park Zoo song of Befriend a Guinea Gig":
10 amazing minutes long!
The humans are already sold on this, and have been talking about planning a trip in the winter. We'll post more if and when they actually go!