I guess it's better than lots of cities. But I was impressed. Only fun because my 6 month old was wowed.. But if it was just myself and wife then it would have been a disappointment. Outside is so impressive but inside not. If you...More
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The Pacific Tank in the aquarium was the area I was most fascinated by. It spans approximately three levels and interestingly, each level would enable you to view different sea creatures based on how deep they would swim in the open sea. There's also a...More
We went to Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan to see the whale shark. It's fun, the aquarium is amazing, the souvenirs are nice. It was crowded because it was during summer holiday.
I consider the Kaiyukan, one of the best I have visited.....It is family friendly with "a touch tank" with tame rays .....The two whale sharks was a sight! WOW........Playful seals and dolphins too. Suggestion....do not stay till it closes......unless you have a car.....finding a cab...More
We planned a trip to the aquarium and had just bought our first subway ticket through the machine when a train assistant offered advice. When we told him our plan he said we should buy a one day pass which included admission to the aquarium...More
Not too far away from the central area of Osaka and it is good for kids. The aquarium itself is not too big so half an day (about 2 hours) is just enough. Next to the aquarium, there is a ship called Santa Maria which...More
The stuff are nice and friendly. The place was clean and organize. Interesting different kinds of an aquatic animals. A nice size tank in the center of the aquarium with 2 whale sharks and a lot of different fish. Very beautiful and relax.
We spent a few hours at the aquarium as a 'bonus activity' prior to taking an evening flight from Osaka. It was highly enjoyable. The otters, seals and touch pool (with stingray) were a highlight. The layout is very impressive - you take escalators to...More
Been to different aquarium and this one is average, especially when compare to the one in Okinawa. The whale sharks are much smaller than the one in Okinawa, so as the tank. They only have small glass walls and not one big screen.