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This Budget-Friendly Aquarium in Shinagawa Is Perfect for a One-Day Tokyo Trip!

As Japan consists of groups of islands, there are a lot of unique marine species in its waters, contributing to the number of aquariums in the country. This is also the reason why seafood occupies a predominant part of Japanese cuisine. Japan is widely known to tourists as a costlier destination and likewise, the entry…

8 Things To Do Around Rausu, the Easternmost Town of Shiretoko Peninsula, Hokkaido

Rausu (羅臼) is on the easternmost edge of the Shiretoko Peninsula (知床半島) overlooking Nemuro Strait (根室海峡) that separates Russia and Japan. With an estimated population of just over 5000, this is one of the least populated towns in Japan. Despite this, there are plenty of things to do in and around the pristine town of…

See the Beauty of Spring at This Limited “Sakura Aquarium” in Tokyo!

March has finally come and you know what that means! The spring season is here at last! This time of the year is undoubtedly one of the best seasons to visit Japan and experience something new. As a matter of fact, Japan has a lot to offer this spring and it’s only waiting for you…

Discover Japan’s Ogasawara Islands: Things to Do and Much More

The Ogasawara Islands (小笠原諸島) are a group of 30 islands located about a thousand kilometers away from Tokyo (東京) to the south of Izu Islands (伊豆諸島). These are also known as Bonin Islands (ボニン諸島) which translates to “uninhabited islands” in Japanese. The archipelago is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is mostly referred to as…

Amakusa Dolphin Cruise – A Top Attraction for Summer Holidays in Kyushu!

Honestly, I’m not big on dolphins. It was one of those things (like pink and chocolate) that all other little girls I knew growing up seemed to adore, and being the sort of child who didn’t want to be “like everybody else,” I decided quite quickly that I didn’t like dolphins. Actually, I don’t really…

Swim with wild Dolphins in Japan, Once in a Lifetime Experience!

Have you ever wanted to try swimming with dolphins? If you take a trip out to Miyakejima with Dolphin Club you can! Not just with captive dolphins in a swimming pool, but out in the sea with wild dolphins!   Mr. Taguchi who runs Dolphin Club was there to meet us as we got off…

Upcoming June Events In Enoshima Aquarium!

Here are a few events for the month of June that will be taking place at the Enoshima Aquarium. If you are in Japan in June, why not go visit? The Enoshima Aquarium is on the mainland right near Enoshima. The current Enoshima Aquarium opened in 2005. Bottlenose Dolphin Baby! The Enoshima Aquarium is currently…

KAIYUKAN: Osaka’s Mega Aquarium

One easily discernible sight when boating around the Osaka Port is a huge trendy building that looks more like a toy made of Lego blocks. It may not seem like it, but that building at the Tempozan Harbor is in fact Japan’s second largest aquarium, the Osaka Aquarium – Kaiyukan. Built in 1990, the Kaiyukan…

A Journey in The Nagoya Public Aquarium

Author’s photo The port of Nagoya Public Aquarium has a wide collection of aquatic species including fishes, whales, dolphins, turtles etc. Every day, there are various shows scheduled for the pleasure of our eyes where the heroes of these shows are our favorite aquatic animals. It is a place where we could spend a singular…