OTEMACHI-BOKUJO

OTEMACHI-BOKUJO
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Page last updated: Aug, 13, 2018
TOURIST Guide editing dept.
Jason Surguine
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"There's a ranch in the middle of the financial district?" is the common reaction when people hear about OTEMACHI-BOKUJO. Just like on a real ranch, about 60 cattle, mini pigs, goats, alpacas and other animals are raised here. It was opened by Pasona Group's comprehensive human resource services department for the purpose of fostering more workers in the dairy industry, an industry that is suffering from a labor shortage.

Within the facility, you can pet animals in the animal feeding area. Three baby goats were also born here, and their irresistible cuteness has made them quite popular.

There are also fun hands-on activities such as making butter or ice cream at the OTEMACHI-BOKUJO Cafe, which is committed to food education. While you may be surprised to see these farm animals in the big city, it makes you wonder what the animals are thinking when they see the busy office workers rushing by, or the roads lined with cars.

Information of Spot Detail
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〒100-8228

JOB HUB SQUARE 13th floor 2-6-2 Otemachi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo

Spot Types

Botanital gardens/Ranches/Farms

Business Hours

Weekdays 12: 00 ~ 18: 00
Saturday 12: 00 ~ 17: 00
※Reservations are required for tours and seminars

Regular Holiday

Sunday, public holidays

Fee

Free

Transportaion

Short walk from JR Tokyo Station (Nihonbashi Exit)
Short walk from Tokyo Metro Otemachi Station (Exit B8a)
Short walk from Tokyo Metro Nihonbashi Station (Exit A1)
Short walk from Tokyo Metro Mitsukoshimae Station (Exit B2)

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