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Yamato Wharf, Kure

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Pier / Boardwalk Tourist Spot
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  • The Yamato Wharf sits outside the Yamato Museum, and provides a nice place for a short stroll with some views of the harbor. The wharf misses the opportunity to inform visitors what they are viewing i...  more »
  • Here is a park located near Yamato Museum. It is said that the Yamato is one of the largest battle ship but you wouldn't have a chance to feel the size. This park can show this. You'd find a height pl...  more »
  • Yamato Hatoba was the area outside Yamato Museum with sites including Kure central pier terminal, promenade deck, hydrofoil ‘Kinsei’ and the bright yellow research submarine ‘Shinkai’. Take a brief wa...  more »
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  • I think after the Yamato Museum in this area take you. Metaphor battleship size, so take a break while feeling its size.
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  • Park designs featuring the forward deck from the front bridge of Yamato. a roof 15 m mimics the stadimeter is resting.
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  • Space battleship Yamato as Park. Pleasant breeze from the sea, is perfect for strolling. Nice views of the harbor.
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  • From the bow of the battleship to the bridge near Mo I was Park. Pleasant sea breeze. We can feel the size of Yamato. On the other side views of the maritime self-defense force escort ship.
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  • Spot between the islands of the Seto Inland Sea, the sun sets just because photography is unbearable. And even battleships.
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