China News Service, March 23. According to Kyodo News, Tokyo's Ueno Zoo reopened on the 23rd as Japan fully lifted key measures to prevent the spread of the new crown on the 22nd.

On the 25th, the twin giant pandas "Xiaoxiao" and "Lei Lei" in Japan and their mother "Zhenzhen" will meet with tourists.

On October 4, 2021 local time, Tokyo, Japan, Ueno Zoo announced a pair of baby giant panda twins "Xiaoxiao" and "Leilei" born in June.

  According to the report, Ueno Zoo will adopt an advance reservation system and limit the number of visitors to 4,000 per day.

  From the 25th, the twin pandas "Xiaoxiao" and "Lei Lei" and their mother "Zhenzhen" will meet with tourists.

The park uses a lottery system to determine the number of tourists who can visit, and the number of visitors is limited to 2,800 people per day.

  Previously, the twin pandas also met with tourists from January 12 to 14, but the park was suspended due to the closure of the new crown epidemic.

  In June 2021, the female giant panda "Zhenzhen" living in Ueno Zoo gave birth to a pair of twin cubs. The male cub was named "Xiaoxiao" and the female cub was named "Leilei".