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【Kamogawa Sea World to Hold Complementary Discount Campaign for Foreign Nationals】 Kamogawa Sea World will conduct a foreign national complementary discount campaign from Friday, February 1 to Thursday, February 28, 2019. Visitors presenting a...more
Back in the 70's & 80's this was once of the best places to go in Chiba. Now Kamogawa is deserted. The town is a ghost of what it once it was. I blame Tokyo Disneyland. Like so many fun parks in Japan its time...More
Went on Tuesday, so there were no crowds.
Weather was cool but not too windy, so we ate by the seafront. The snacks were not really overpriced for theme parks. Eg 300-400 yen for corn cob. We enjoyed listening to roar of ocean.
It was an interesting place to see all creatures of the sea. They have Orca, beluga, dolphins giving amazing shows. They have indoors and outdoors and they also provide interactive with the sea creatures.
You need to go to the Kesei Bus station which is located immediately behind the Tokyo metro station. From there you can buy a combined bus/park ticket. The place is almost an hour and a half away but totally worth it. the bus...More
A whole day went like a second due to the amazing programs at KSW. Amazing watertanks with hundreds of fish and other seacreatures. As a european it was amazing to see seaspiders and a japanese coralreef. Jellyfish area was like a moment in space. Realy...More
The park feels smallish but it’s just because it’s narrow. There were great shows. Very professional. It would have been nice for there to be some sort of translation. The sea lion show looked like it was very funny, but we couldn’t understand any of...More
We decided on this out-of-the-way SeaWorld because it is one of the few aquariums in Asia Pacific to have Orcas (killer whales) in captivity. Seeing those orcas in action was an amazing experience. There are also a good selection of other sea mammals like the...More
We spent a few hours inside park. It was enough to watch the three shows (unfortunately the beluga show was closed). Other than the shows, you can observe other animals too, there are special feeding time, lots of souvenir shops, and restaurants too. If you...More
Because we stayed in Kamogawa the night before, we were able to get to SeaWorld around 10:30am and easily stayed busy until our bus back to Tokyo at 3pm.
The four performances took up 2 hours of time and contained quite a good variety of...More