The largest class of world, aquarium. The concept is “Ring of Fire” and “Ring of Life”. It is a facility that recreates the Pacific Ocean ocean with a huge aquarium and dramatically changed the impression of a traditional aquarium. This facility is located in Tempozan Harbor Village. There are…
The world's largest aquarium, “Kaiyukan”. It is about 4 minutes by train from my inn. You should definitely look at the huge aquarium where whale sharks swim. Most popular. Places that touch sea creatures are very popular with children. The night aquarium begins at 17:00. The hall is romantic with…
See the wide range of habitats that make up the Pacific Rim on a tour of this fascinating aquarium, which takes you from one environment to another and lets you feel as though you’re underwater.
Kaiyūkan is located in the Osaka's bay area, and is 1 of Japan's most spectacular aquariums. It introduces various forms of life inhabiting the Pacific Rim in a well organized and impressive way.
Be surprised by the huge whale shark. Smile at the drifting jellyfish. Various wonders of the sea are displayed in the tanks.
“Each distinct world holds new and unique adventures at every turn. With attractions inspired by Hollywood's greatest hits, as well as exciting seasonal events and endless entertainment, there's fun for every kind of adventurer!”
“Osaka Castle, or “Osaka-jo” in Japanese, is certainly one of the most famous landmarks in Japan, and for good reason. This five-story castle is one of the most visually spectacular creations in the country, with a history that dates back almost 450 years!”
“The third zoo to be built in Japan, with a history of more than 90 years. The natural living environments are reproduced in the African Savanna Zone, among others.”
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“A symbol of Naniwa, also known as the Eiffel Tower of Osaka. On the 5th floor, there is an observatory with a view of Osaka, and a statue of Biriken, a god that is said to bring good luck to those who stroke the bottom of its feet.”
“The tallest skyscraper in Japan with an observation deck. The observation deck is called "Harukas 300" and occupies the building's top three floors (floors 58 to 60). A souvenir shop and restrooms with views are also available. ”