Izu Shaboten Zoo E-Tickets


Get Izu Shaboten Zoo e-tickets to see thousands of cacti, and capybara galore at this unique attraction on the beautiful Izu Peninsula. An easy day trip from Nagoya, this zoo offers great opportunity for animal interactions at the foot of Mt. Omuro.


  • Feed the variety of animals that freely roam the park
  • See capybara bathing in their very own onsen (winter–spring)
  • Take the Animal Boat Tour to meet all manner of monkeys on their island homes
  • Explore beautiful botanical gardens and rock replicas of Mexican ruins
  • Use your e-tickets any time in the next 3 months after booking

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Important Information

• Tickets are valid for use anytime within 3 months from the date of booking • Children aged 3 and under can enter free of charge • Please present your e-voucher on your smartphone for entry on the day of your visit. Note that presenting your e-voucher on a device other than a smartphone, such as a tablet, may not be accepted for entry *Please confirm in advance that your smartphone can connect to the Internet before entering the park • Intoxicated people will be refused entry


Izu Shaboten Zoo is part petting zoo, part botanical garden, all fun! ‘Shaboten’ comes from the Japanese word for cactus, so you shouldn’t be surprised to find a Mexico-themed zone, and over 1,500 kinds of cactus here. The zoo also has 120 animal species from around the world, most notably the charming capybaras. In the colder months, you can watch them keep warm Japanese-style in their own onsen, bathing every day in the Original Capybara’s Open-Air Bath! Many more animals roam the park freely, from squirrel monkeys to peacocks to white pelicans. If you’d like to get friendly with these, look out for staff dotted around the zoo who have animal feed for sale. The Animal Boat Tours take you around the nine small islands that are part of the zoo, where you can meet each one's different denizens. Squirrel monkeys, black-tailed lemurs, brown lemurs, and Geoffroy’s spider monkeys are just some of the island inhabitants. Last but not least, nearby Mt. Omuro is well worth visiting as part of your day. Just hop on the chairlift for panoramic views of the Izu Peninsula!

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