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Niigata being a port city exhibits wonderful marine life in its natural habitat.
May 12, 2017
Nothing quite says “Christmas in Japan” like a cutesy, over the top, almost garish light show, with an accompaniment of suitably romantic musical overtones.
December 24, 2016
A little aquarium that is tucked away in one of the corners of Chinatown; the Yokohama Omoshiroi Suizokukan.
September 23, 2016
Art Aquarium, promises to deliver a unique mix of tropical fish, colours, geometric shapes, lights and music to create a full sensory experience like no other.
September 4, 2016
Tokyo is a huge city. No one has any doubts about that. Within Tokyo there are many hidden areas just waiting for more people to visit them. Edogawa is one of those areas with lots to do and many places that will make your trip to Japan even more excellent. Here is a list of the 5 best places in Edogawa to visit.
July 27, 2016
Kamogawa Sea World is an aquarium cum large-scale center for marine life, located at the intersection of Route128 and the seaside Toujou in Kamohawa, Chiba prefecture. It is a famous place for recreation especially for dwellers of the Kanto region. Wanna interact with creatures from the marine world?
July 16, 2016
Kaiyukan Osaka Aquarium (大阪海遊館) is one of the biggest aquariums in the world. It has 15 different tanks totaling over 10,000 tons of water. The biggest tank is 30 feet deep and 34 meters long. It has over 5,400 tons of water and whale sharks. Whale sharks?! Yes whale sharks.
April 12, 2016
For those wishing to see Mount Fuji in all its glorious majesty and wonder, there are many towns surrounding it and one town, Numazu in Shizuoka Prefecture, is host to a scenic view of Fuji everyday. Numazu is a great getaway spot and it is also a pleasant fishing town with a bustling harbor and you can find many delicious sushi restaurants with meals that are rare to find anywhere else.
September 16, 2015
Just a short drive from Tokyo Disney Sea, one could not deny that the pleasant nature of Kasai Rinkai Park, an oceanfront garden opened in 1989, awaits to embrace visitors. Sprawling over 80 hectares, it is the largest park in Tokyo 23 wards areas offering great fun outdoor recreation including lively and dynamic water sports like jet skiing, sailing, and yachting.
July 4, 2015