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Enjoyed and learned something.
If you understand Japanese, look for the timing of 15 minutes lecture.
When I visited here, that was at 13:00.
Explanation and visuals are excellent and informative.
Other displays are also looking good.
Deep Sea Aquarium is next to the fresh market and restaurants, near the coast. The Aquarium is much bigger than I thought. When I reached there I thought it was just a tiny house, indeed they keep some weird sea creatures alive. It's amazing. Also,...More
Don't expect there to be there more than 2 hours, its a small place, but overall its cheap and its cute (perfect for a date). Around it are some awesome shops and you can walk around and eat some amazing fresh fish.
We took a...More
We were in Numazu in a regular week day afternoon, and there wasn't much to see there, when we found this aquarium.
The entrance fee was somehow expensive, don't remember the exact value, but I think it was something between 1200 to 1500 yens.
I'm a diver but I"m not really into museum. The fish that are in the building are amazing but much of it is stuffed. Most of it is in Japanese so I didn't understand it anyway. It's worth $10 entrance in you are already in...More
We heard it was very popular and so very, very crowded (esp. on weekends) ... but, as it was raining and it was a weekday, we decided to check it out. We went by car, which is easy, but having to pay thru the nose...More
The only way to get to this place is by bus or taxi from the JR station. The cost is 1,600 yen and is small and crowed with tiny displays of sea life. Skip this place as you will be disappointed that you spent your...More
This looked fascinating: a deep sea aquarium! Not just any fish, but weird creatures from the bottom of the sea. And the fact that the aquarium only had Japanese reviews made it even more mysterious.
Only one drawback: the city of Numazu is very difficult...More