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Lake Biwa Museum, Kusatsu

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  • I think as a freshwater fish Aquarium sure Japan was up. See also Baikal seal came from Lake Baikal, the ancient lakes, like Lake Biwa. Of course as the Museum staff facilities, you can study a history centered on Lake Biwa, Shiga Prefecture.
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  • I went to came pretty Baikal seal, was renewed on the day. Biwako or learning environment to the Museum so want you to visit with children. The adults back to childhood! I like from looking at my fish, you fish at the restaurant. And catfish tempura is delicious. Cute plush toys are sold in the Museum shop.
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  • It was packed with not much going to came by going to see I went to watch the rape in Beach Park, have a look in. Long exhibition of fish from Lake Biwa Museum, said, I thought I wonder if had lived up to the present, regional formations and ancient, as well as the ecology of the flora and fauna. Aquarium freshwater fish and children's corner (also had become a tunnel like a city Aquarium was surprised), beautifully exhibited at insects, animal taxidermy as well as good. Brought mounds dug up from the bottom of Lake Biwa (SETA), there was a ship named Maruko ship that was active in the Lake Biwa until long after World War II exhibition is surprised by the imagination more than the size of the exhibition was a sight to see. Curator's kindly things telling me which made it fun. Greatest (? ) And I was the exhibit mimics the OMI's fish in the aquarium trade. Go to the Aquarium and "delicious!" and you may think this is amazed. And first in the world! Beech sushi of the corner you're smelling... (laughs) rather than the Baikal seal has become a hot topic, where was the fun Museum. Also I will go.
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