Following @Arizona Docent's example, I thought we could have a little fun and let the forum 'decide' which will be my hundredth zoo. I'm currently on 99, and I was planning to bring up my century with the recently opened Shanghai Haichang Ocean Park. However, having seen photos of it I'm quite confident it will be a fairly ambivalent day out for me, and so I'm looking elsewhere. For a few glorious days it looked like my available dates lined up with cheap flights from Shanghai to LA (and thus San Diego Zoo), but sadly it wasn't to be. Therefore I'm casting my gaze a little closer to home, and really in Asia there is only one place left for me to go if serious zooing is my primary purpose: Japan. If all goes to plan I will fly to Tokyo in mid-January with about two weeks to play with. I'm going to limit myself to the northern part of the country; Kyoto, Osaka, Hiroshima and Nagoya will have to wait for a future trip. The greater Tokyo area will provide delights enough I'm sure. I plan to visit almost all of the major Tokyo collections: Ueno, Tama, Zoorasia, Yokohama Sea Paradise, Tokyo Sea Life, Sunshine and Sumida. I'm not really interested in Epsom or the Tower Aquarium, and I'd need be convinced about Shinagawa. Further afield the little peninsular with Namazu Deepsea Aquarium, Atagawa Garden and KawaZoo offers some more niche delights if I decide to do a bit of a nerdy deep dive. In the other direction Kamogawa Sea World seems to have garnered mixed reviews. Obviously there are plenty of other things to do in Tokyo; I intend to do many of them. So, with my hundredth zoo being the first one of the trip, which should it be?