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Okinawa Churaumi Aquarium沖縄美ら海水族館


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This aquarium is inside the Ocean Expo Park in the Kunigami County. It boasts the world’s largest tank, which is home to a whale shark over eight meters long and Alfred mantas, the biggest member of the ray family. The expertly designed exhibits bring the seas around Okinawa to life, showcasing coral reef and other deep-sea wildlife. There’s also a lunch buffet with an ocean view (a la carte also available at certain hours) that is accessible without entering the aquarium.

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place Okinawa Pref. Kunigamigunmotobuchou Ishikawa 424 (inside Ocean Expo Park)
phone 0980483748

Review of Cafe Ocean Blue

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Reviewed:2018/11/07 Great cafe
Get the reserve seat to avoid crowd for viewing marine life next to you. It’s worth if need to be wait.
You will have 30min on the seat. Enjoy!
Price inside cafe is reasonable too
Reviewed:2018/10/08 ジンベエを独り占め!!!
Reviewed:2018/08/26 最高です



Okinawa Pref. Kunigamigunmotobuchou Ishikawa 424 (inside Ocean Expo Park) [map]



[Oct.-Feb.] 8:30-18:30
[Mar.-Sep.] 8:30-20:00
※ Admission deadline is closing 1 Hours
[Days closed] Dec.1st Wednesday and The next day (same as Ocean Expo Park Closed for the day Sunday)
[Admission fee] Adults 1850yen, High School Students 1230yen, Elementary and Junior High School Students 610yen, under the age of 6 Free
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Information as of 20177 month

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Let go of your image of a busy, ordered Japan and replace it with crystal-clear waters, white sand beaches, and relaxing folk music: You’ve arrived in Okinawa. A world away from the high intensity of Tokyo, Okinawans appear to live a laid-back beach life on this paradisiacal tropical island that lies in the middle of the East China Sea almost 1,000 kilometers south of mainland Japan’s most southern tip. Home to a spattering of islands, prepare yourself to discover underwater caves, star-shaped sand, and an island culture sometimes unrecognizable from mainland Japan.

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