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Tropical & Subtropical Arboretum

Environmental study

A program that provides the opportunity to have fun studying and thinking about wild creatures and nature. (free of charge, reservation required)

  • Examples of environmental study programs
    These are actual programs from the past. We offer various programs based on customer requests, so please feel free to let us know in advance.

”Treasure hunting for all” (for elementary school children)

There are pictures of insects on a 3×3 bingo card. Guess what the insects feed on by looking at the card. Hint: The place where that insect is usually at! We provide the opportunity to think about insects and the environment by playing bingo.

“Connection between all” (for all)

Participants are divided into three groups i.e. hawk, frog and grasshopper, and each walks on the vast lawn individually. Then, the hawk group captures the frog group, and the frog group captures the grasshopper group. (To be captured means to be eaten in the natural world.) This provides an opportunity to think about the food chain and nature.

“Leaf hunting game” (for elementary school children)

Participants in groups collect leaves from various trees. It is a game to find one particular leaf out of that bunch. This provides an opportunity to think about the features of plants and nature.

Treasure hunting for all

Bingo treasure hunting game for all

Leaf hunting game

“Leaf hunting game” “Is this it?”



[Inquiries]

Tropical & Subtropical Arboretum
TEL:0980-48-3782 / FAX:0980-48-3781

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