Things to Do in Kamogawa

Things to Do in Kamogawa, Japan - Kamogawa Attractions

Things to Do in Kamogawa

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  • Juntasinee
    Bangkok, Thailand304 contributions
    I always visit zoo and Sea World in many places. More than getting knowledge, I wish the fee I pay will help the places having income to take good care of the animals they have and help in conservation their species.
    For Kamogawa Sea World, overall area is nice. It is located at the beach front so you could walk on the beach from the parking lot. The exhibition and how to present knowledge are good. There are many shows of animal, it is fun to watch. I experienced of taking picture with the smiling seal by purchasing activity ticket after the show. I had lunch at the Restaurant Ocean which there are windows that could see killer whale underwater. It is good experience that I could see how they swim and react to each other.
    But I found out from watching them that they were trying to find small piece of fish flowing in the water and eat them. They are hungry. After showing, I saw the whale tried to ask more food from the trainer but he didn't give them. I know that while showing, they will get reward from the trainer and that may cause them to limit their food but it is a kind of forcing and torture them. Seeing them swimming, they were not happy like when they were acting in showing time. In my opinion, just having them for knowledge and raising sense of preservation for visitors but no showing is the best.
    Written March 1, 2020
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  • spaceship2
    Penang Island, Malaysia41 contributions
    The scene I spotted on the way to the House of Mikio Mizuta.
    It's special kind of breathtaking view in Japan.
    Written October 18, 2016
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  • Cassandra L
    Lisle, IL2 contributions
    This was a wonderful place to visit during a week in Kamogawa, though tricky to get to without a car. We spent about an hour and half here, which was plenty of time. The view at the observation deck was stunning.
    Written March 10, 2016
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  • tomizuta1953
    Funabashi, Japan1,178 contributions
    This is the Buddhist temple of the Nichiren sect built in the place where Nichiren was born. This is a sacred place located in Kominato, in Southern Chiba, facing the Pacific Ocean. Nichiren was born in 1222. His father was Nukina Jiro Shigetada, and his mother was Umegiku. On the occasion of Nichiren's birth, legend has it that lotus flowers bloomed on the seashore, a large number of red snapper gathered, and spring water gushed out into the yard of the house. These places are now preserved as Renge-ga-fuchi, Tae-no-ura, and Tanjo-ido. The entrance gate is particularly grand. There are gift shops adjacent to the temple where you can purchase local delicacies mostly fish products.
    Written October 22, 2017
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  • spaceship2
    Penang Island, Malaysia41 contributions
    It needs some uphill work to the top.
    But all effort is well paid off with the Panorama view of Kamogawa of the mountain and ocean.
    There are love padlocks left at fences as a symbol of love and commitment.
    Some couples come to the shinto shrine famous praying for love.
    Written October 18, 2016
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  • robertli1234
    Charlotte, NC138 contributions
    When Japan was ruling the world in the late 1980s, a lot of bizarre museums and recreational parks were built because Japan had money to waste. Ocean Park is one of them. This is a large concrete structure on the beach, with some bridges over concrete ponds. It provides employment for a few old men, but little entertainment. I doubt that even when it was new it was much fun. Parking is available. There is no admission fee.
    Written April 19, 2012
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  • Jonny M
    7 contributions
    This spot is an amazing place to go. This picture does not show it very well, but there is actually a red Tori gate on this rock and a little shrine that adds to the beauty of the whole scene. It is a bit of a walk from the nearest train station but definitely worth seeing if you have the time.
    Written July 10, 2017
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  • barry h
    Cairns, Australia6 contributions
    What a place to visit had a great time all the people there are so friendly and so nice.....Been to lots of different places in Japan and this is one of the best spots that I have come across guys if you are heading that way you should go there its not to be missed
    Written December 6, 2013
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