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Nagoya Port, Nagoya

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  • Since there were many cargo warehouse, anchorage, port of Yokohama from diamond Princess cruise Kinjo Pier? Around here I think. Aonami line Kinjo Futo station was about 10 minutes by free shuttle bus from the ship.
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  • It is easily holds harbour can go from Nagoya Station by subway, but I wouldn't. When PE sport previously went to visit. Hope walks slowly because it was a cold day, didn't even have a proper grounding, warm the Nagoya Aquarium want to go. There is also a food court, is enjoyed many meals.
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  • This is a good place to walk and the weather is good. There are aquarium and the south polar exploration ship. Take the children's good go. Also see a lot of local students to play games.
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  • Good aquarium with lots of sea life. Very impressive, large-scale central tank with dolphins lit in a brilliant blue, though of course any visit to a facility of this type does raise questions about the keeping of such creatures in tanks of any kind. The presence of an orca in the facility also may be objectionable to some, though during my visit it was not exhibited in a tank and performed in a limited way in an area next to the big stadium where dolphin shows are held. Most of the displays are actually rather small, though, but well presented, especially the tropical exhibitions and the deep-sea life exhibit, which uses holograms to show dwellers of the dark depths. There is some limited English here, but it’s not really necessary to enjoy your visit. The admission price is a little pricey, but you can easily spend four or five hours here.
  • Great place to visit by yourself, with a friend, a date, your family and especially bring your children. It's a little expensive about $20. (2000¥) for each person but it's worth it. Go early in the day to see everything and don't miss the dolphin show !
  • A perfect place to show your kids big mammals of the ocean up in close. It's the biggest aquarium in Japan I guess. They make shows also.
  • Very nice aquarium and surrounding port area. They offer tickets for just the aquarium or you can additional places like the Mt. Fuji research ship and port observatory. I went on a weekday so the crowd was not that plenty and had a great time just looking at the animals without feeling being rushed. I liked this better than Kaiyukan Aquarium in Osaka primarily because it's so huge and can spend the whole day in the area.
  • My opinions are probably colored positively because I took my wife here on a date, but the staff and planners here have done an excellent job of mixing entertainment with genuine education. The facilities are clean and there are plenty of areas to sit and just bask in the dappled light of the recreated underwater bioms. We enjoyed ourselves and want to go back!
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