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We spent a happy 3 hours enjoying the beautiful marine life in huge tanks. There’s a small petting area so kids can touch star fish and more. We also managed to watch the otters being fed which was a nice show in itself.
We took 600 kids to marine world as part of their summer camp. Recommend for families or even someone traveling alone. Nearly everything is indoors so you can enjoy this place on a rainy day. The Hokkaido crab stands 3 feet tall!!
I went to Marine World on a rainy day, expecting it to be a nice inside activity. What I found was one of my favorite experiences on the whole trip. There's a food court in the basement floor which was a lot more affordable than...More
We walked over to the Marine World after spending the morning cycling at the Uminonakamichi Park next door. Lunch at the Marine World's Cafe was very nice with a beautiful view of the aquarium, the food was nice and tasty. Thoroughly enjoyed the dolphin show....More
The marine world is baby friendly. We had a stroller and all sessions are easily accessible. The place is very clean.
There are a vast variety of sea creatures and the dolphins show is a must see experience.
It’s a bit pricy but I think...More
It’s a bit pricey but feels like a quality attraction. The show is good even if you don’t speak Japanese but we got there 30 mins before the showing at 11:30am and people were already bagging seats. There was a very long queue for lunch...More
This was not as impressive as the Okinawa Aquarium, but it was still worth the trip. More expensive than the Okinawa one too. This one was $22 for adults, I think. The one item this place had was the dolphin and sea lion show. The...More
Couldn't wait to get to this attraction. Mostly it didn't disappoint until we saw the dolphin show and realised that Pilot Whales were part of the entertainment. Sorry, I don't mind dolphins being kept in well-run captivity because I honestly DO believe they love the...More