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Orbi Yokohama, Yokohama

(2.3/5 based on 95+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Is reduced, but the entrance fee is high. I think people like animals, that attraction, where you can enjoy. It's probably best on weekdays would not crowd that slowly. Is the joy that children's facilities.
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  • And admission is a little high I thought that green iguanas, four cute animals that animal is unbearable in ー.
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  • There are several movie theater as a museum scale is small. In the sense of feeling like flying in the Earth tour aboard a submarine in deep sea tour, sunk to the ocean floor. It is expensive! I bought it because it showed the path of the 2,000 yen without too much explanation, but was surprised free of charge. Even a child was 1200. And wouldn't put so much theater and it was crowded, if you see mainly exhibits enough ticket 800 yen. Rather theater, including all, or about half the price of current relevance.
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  • very nice shows especially for children and if you like animals. as mentioned by other posters, dont expect thrill though, as well the interaction level is rather low.
  • A disappointing experience overall. There is not nearly as much interaction as you would expect, and much of the interactive experience is clunky and not very immersive. The quality of the video was also very disappointing. The quality in most people's home is probably better, and the local cinema will probably have higher quality projectors. The projection mapping was very disappointing - not really projection mapping at all. The interactive components were more gimmick than actual interaction, using 1st generation Kinects, and more often than not proved to be very frustrating to manoeuvre. Many of the booths used very outdated photo manipulation software that is far behind the capabilities of the average smart phone. I certainly expected more.
  • Interactive exhibitions supported by BBC and SEGA. There are projection mapping, 4D theater, large curve screen theater, minus celsius room and etc. Discount ticket after 5.30 P.M.
  • Lots to do kids, interesting for adults. It was more videos and less interaction than I expected, much more BBC than SEGA.
  • Interesting exhibition- very good for nature lovers and for kids but not so much for thrill seekers!