Sekizaki Ocean and Astronomical Observatory Hall, Oita

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  • Climbed the coastline a gentle trail parking lot. Basic admission is free, but some have paid space. Space and celestial bodies are based on the concept, I see is view from the Observatory. Before one's eyes is Panorama was cloudy. On the other side looks vaguely Shikoku. Could not be verified because tourism guide-what was written is "views of Cape SATA", but from the observation during the Takashima Cape.
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  • Large-diameter large-sized astronomical telescope in an Observatory. When I went in September, may could, of course, look at Jupiter and Saturn. Friday, Saturday, Sunday, public holidays, 22 open and the astronomical observations, is very useful.
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  • Solar sunspot observation but couldn't because it was daytime visits, includes observation during the Solar Eclipse and Lunar Eclipse and Meteor. Planetarium admission is paid.
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  • This is the coolest place ever. Don't bike here like I did. The road is ridiculously steep and then the place isn't even at the top so you'll have to climb back up and over to get back. Anyways. Come here. It's so cool. You can see galaxies and the people here are really friendly (not sure how good their english is though). Most picturesque location ever.
  • Souvenir shop and sold in the Internet buzz "cosmic candy", I immediately buying was. There are space medaka and meteorite exhibit free of charge. Nice views and pleasant walks. Knowledgeable staff, it's customer service staff.
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  • You must not face the kaisei hotel to arrive in a pretty rough road. On the road surrounded by thick trees, is resting the wing kite we well. Even large earthworms can't look at other is falling. However, the kaisei Hall itself is a great facility. You can star an insight into the familiar stars. There are staff who have encyclopedic knowledge of the stars. High-performance telescope. Celestial fans. You can also enjoy fantastic views of the bungo channel. Sekizaki lighthouse shines in white to the blue of the sea below, weather permitting, to Shikoku across the distance. Personally I like season of hydrangea kaisei Museum. Colourful myriad of hydrangea bloom. Come to many people want to come at kaisei.
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  • If you 登raneba arrive in the narrow streets and souvenirs if arrived because it is not among the car among mini lots and lots or even... a series of narrow, steep curves driving attention have breathtaking views enjoyed filled with more enhanced exhibits, such as
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  • One of the largest astronomical telescopes as astronomical observatory in Oita. Solar observations during the day are available. As well as SATA Cape air overlooking the bungo channel, sunny clear day Yamaguchi Prefecture kaminoseki-can hope suo-Oshima, Ehime Prefecture, UWA district. Butterfly Habitat.
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