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  • Nagoya Maritime Museum (Port Bldg.), and Antarctic Museum and Former Research Ship Fuji
  • Nagoya Maritime Museum (Port Bldg.), and Antarctic Museum and Former Research Ship Fuji
  • Nagoya Maritime Museum (Port Bldg.), and Antarctic Museum and Former Research Ship Fuji
  • Nagoya Maritime Museum (Port Bldg.), and Antarctic Museum and Former Research Ship Fuji
  • Nagoya Maritime Museum (Port Bldg.), and Antarctic Museum and Former Research Ship Fuji
  • Nagoya Maritime Museum (Port Bldg.), and Antarctic Museum and Former Research Ship Fuji
  • Nagoya Maritime Museum (Port Bldg.), and Antarctic Museum and Former Research Ship Fuji
  • Nagoya Maritime Museum (Port Bldg.), and Antarctic Museum and Former Research Ship Fuji
  • Nagoya Maritime Museum (Port Bldg.), and Antarctic Museum and Former Research Ship Fuji
  • Nagoya Maritime Museum (Port Bldg.), and Antarctic Museum and Former Research Ship Fuji

A spot to learn about seas and ports

Featuring big facilities such as the Port of Nagoya Public Aquarium, the Nagoyako Port Building, the JETTY mall with amusement and gourmet options and much more, the Nagoya Port Garden Pier (Nagoyako Garden Futo) is a leisure spot filled with lots of fun and excitement. Among them, the Nagoya Maritime Museum and the Antarctic Museum and Former Research Ship Fuji are two educational spots to learn about both how the Port of Nagoya contributes to the livelihood of the city, and the natural world of the seas.

Knowing about the socially influential Port of Nagoya, at the Nagoya Maritime Museum

The theme of this facility is "The Largest International Trading Port of Japan, Port of Nagoya". Japan, as an island country, relies heavily in the import of living goods such as food and energy, which are shipped from overseas by cargo ships. The Port of Nagoya boasts Best-of-Class in several categories, such as Overall Volume of Handled Cargo, being just a gigantic station. At this museum visitors are able to study the various parts of the vast port facilities by means of the dioramas, displays, panoramic models, multimedia equipment, and etc.
Adults and kids alike will be thrilled at the Gantry Crane Cargo Unloading Simulator, at the Ship Cruise Experience Simulator and other fun exhibits.

  • Nagoya Maritime Museum (Port Bldg.), and Antarctic Museum and Former Research Ship Fuji
  • Nagoya Maritime Museum (Port Bldg.), and Antarctic Museum and Former Research Ship Fuji
  • Nagoya Maritime Museum (Port Bldg.), and Antarctic Museum and Former Research Ship Fuji

How was life aboard the Fuji? Climb aboard and see for yourself!

Moored permanently at the Port of Nagoya Pier is the Antarctic Museum and Former Research Ship Fuji. For 18 years since 1965, the icebreaking capabilities of this ship - an indispensable feature for polar exploring vessels - allowed it to perform its research tasks until its permanent retirement. Converted into a museum, it lives now to tell the story of those explorers and the routine aboard.

  • Nagoya Maritime Museum (Port Bldg.), and Antarctic Museum and Former Research Ship Fuji
  • Nagoya Maritime Museum (Port Bldg.), and Antarctic Museum and Former Research Ship Fuji
  • Nagoya Maritime Museum (Port Bldg.), and Antarctic Museum and Former Research Ship Fuji
Renewal of the Fuji

Nagoya Maritime Museum (Port Bldg.), and Antarctic Museum and Former Research Ship Fuji

The beloved orange ship at Port of Nagoya Garden Pier, the Antarctic Museum and Former Research Ship Fuji, received an extensive overhaul and reopened in March of 2017. And the spotlight among the exhibits is the "South Pole Dramatic Theater" (Nankyoku Doramachikku Shiata), a hall with images projected on all surrounding walls simulating a cruise among the icy polar sea. Stop by to see the wonders of this museum-ship!

SPOT OVERVIEW

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Location : 〒455-0033
1-9 Minatomachi, Minato-Ward, Nagoya-City, Aichi Prefecture, Japan
Fee : •Separate Ticket for Each Facility (except Aquarium)
(Antarctic Museum and Former Research Ship Fuji, Port Bldg. Observation Chamber, Nagoya Marine Museum)
Adults & Senior High School students 300 yen
Junior High & Elementary School students 200 yen
Toddlers (ages 4 and older) free of charge

•Four Facilities Common Pass
(Port of Nagoya Public Aquarium, Antarctic Museum and Former Research Ship Fuji, Port Bldg. Observation Chamber, Nagoya Marine Museum)
Adults & Senior High School students 2,440 yen
Junior High & Elementary School students 1,210 yen
Toddlers (ages 4 and older) 500 yen (Aquarium fee)

•Three Facilities Common Pass
(Antarctic Museum and Former Research Ship Fuji, Port Bldg. Observation Chamber, Nagoya Marine Museum)
Adults & Senior High School students 710 yen
Junior High & Elementary School students 400 yen
Toddlers (ages 4 and older) free of charge
Opening
days / hours
: From 9:30 AM to 5:00 PM
Parking : Available, paid (for cars and buses)
Restrooms : Available
Holidays : Monday (the following day if Monday is a public holiday)
*: May be closed on unscheduled days for winter maintenance.
*: Opens everyday during Golden Week, from July to September, during year's end and New Year, and during Spring Break.
Phone number : 052-652-1111

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ACCESS

  • Access by public transport
    Access by public transport
    From Nagoya Station, take the subway Higashiyama Line bound for Sakae and Fujigaoka. Alight at Sakae Station and change trains for the subway Meijo Line bound for Nagoyako (Nagoya Port). Alight at Nagoyako Station and walk 5 min. southwards from Exit 3.
  • Access by car
    Access by car
    ·From Komei I.C. of the Nagoya Expressway R4 Tokai Route:
    --Follow Egawa Route southwards for approx. 2 km.
    ·From Meiko-chuo I.C. of the Isewangan Expressway:
    --Turn left upon exiting and follow and head northwards by the Kinjo Futo Route for 6.8 km (14 min.). Turn right at Tsukijiguchi intersection and head southwards for 750 m.
    · From Odaka I.C. of the Chitahanto Road:
    --Head northwards by Route 23 (a.k.a. Meishi, or Meyon Route) towards Yokkaichi for 6.8 km (10 min.) and exit Tsukijiguchi IC. After 300 m, turn left and after 100 m turn left again. Head southwards 750 m.

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