Osaka Maritime Museum Introduction
The Osaka Maritime Museum is a transparent glass hemispherical building that appears to float on the sea, adjacent to Cosmo Square in Nanko. The four-story museum documents Osaka’s maritime and nautical history and features a variety of model ships, from a 17th-century merchant ship (called the Hishigaki Kukai) to a high-tech motorboat of the future, as well as a high-tech theater and a virtual cruise ship.
Osaka Maritime Museum Tips
Although the Oceanarium has been completed for a long time, and many of the environment inside are relatively aging, compared to the Zhuhai Sea World, listed relatively small. But inside a lot of humane design is quite good, the ocean exhibition hall is also doing quite well, the fee is a bit on the expensive side, but in Japan is considered reasonable!
The Ferris wheel is right next to the Oceanarium. The day we went was Christmas Day, and there were a lot of people in line to buy tickets, but the smart sponge students bought their tickets in advance.
From the Lord of the Sky to Osaka Oceanarium, the oceanarium feels like that ~ want to see fish first see people! But at the end of the day, you can touch the devil fish! Slippery ~ tsk tsk The Oceanarium’s peripheral products naturally can not miss, are very delicate price is also very touching! Ferris wheel is next to the Oceanarium
How to get there
Public Transportation】Osaka Municipal Subway Chuo Line: Approx. 650m from Cosmosquare Station (Exit 1) New Tram Nanko Port Town Line: Approx. 600m from Trade Center-mae Station (Exit 3)
10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Monday, or the following day if Monday is a holiday