- Minamichita Beach Land
"There's sea, there's greenery, and there's history. Out of the many fun leisure and cultural options in Chita Peninsula, the Minamichita Beach Land opened in 1980 is one place you shouldn't miss.
The interactive aquarium is highly-rated, and there's an excellent exhibition tank too. The huge tank holding 1,000 tons of water is home to many fish native to Ise Bay, who zip around perkily in a reproduction of the natural ocean. Time slips by unnoticed as you gaze at the spectacle before you.
The interactive events are the must-do highlights. Not only can you see marine mammals like sea lions, seals walruses and Steller sea lions and glimpse dolphins and penguins going about their daily life, Japan's number one aquarium for interacting with sea-life also offers lots of chances to feed the animals and touch them.
Newly opened in 2006, the Toy Kingdom is popular with lots of children; it's packed with around 600 toys including wooden playthings from around the world, Plarail train sets and Ricca Chan dolls, and what's more, admission is included free with your ticket."
|Location|| : 〒470-3233
428-1, Okuda, Mihama-Town, Chita-District, Aichi
|Fee||: Adults (senior high school age and over) 1,700 yen, children (aged 3 and over) 800 yen|
days / hours
| : March to October 9:30 to 17:00. November 9:30 to 16:30.
December 10:00 to 16:00.
January to February: weekdays 10:00 to 16:00, Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays, winter holidays 10:00 to 16:30
* Opening hours extended during Golden Week(a holiday week in Japan which is from the end of April to early May) and Obon holidays(for three to five days on and around August 15th)
|Parking||: 800 parking spaces 500 yen per car|
|Holidays||: December to February: Wednesday (except during winter holidays). Maintenance closure in December and early February. (December 7 - 11 2015, February 1 - 5 2016)|
|Phone number||: 0569-87-2000|
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