Kansai Central 1st Part; Walking inside the Osaka Aquarium

4 Days Revisiting Japan in Winter with my Mother
February 10 to February 14, 2015


How to go to Osaka Aquarium (Kaiyukan);
600 meters walk from Osakako station of Chuo Subway line (not covered by JR Pass). Entrance fee of 2,200JPY. Photography and video taking is permitted, tripod not allowed.

What Kaiyukan treasures is Ring of Fire, Ring of Life.

The guiding principle of Kaiyukan is based on theory, "The Gala hypothesis" advocated by British Scientist James Lovelock, which proposes that "all organisms and their inorganic surroundings on Earth are closely integrated to form a single and self-regulating complex system". The "Ring of Fire" is the circum-Pacific volcano belt which surrounds the Pacific Ocean. It overlaps "The Ringof Life" with its high-desity biodiversity. With the concepts suggested  by these two "Rings", Kaiyukan recreates natural environment around Pacific Ocean as faithfully as possible. 

Marine Animals of Kaiyukan starts at Aqua Gate, Japan Forest, Aleutian Islands, Monterey Bay, Panama Gulf, Ecuador Rainforest, Antartica, Tasman Sea, Great Barrier Reef, Pacific Ocean, Seto Inland Sea, Coast of Chile and Japan deep.

Kansai Central 1st Part; Walking inside Osaka Aquarium

Kansai Central 1st Part; Walking inside Osaka Aquarium

Kansai Central 1st Part; Walking inside Osaka Aquarium

Kansai Central 1st Part; Walking inside Osaka Aquarium

Kansai Central 1st Part; Walking inside Osaka Aquarium

Kansai Central 1st Part; Walking inside Osaka Aquarium

Kansai Central 1st Part; Walking inside Osaka Aquarium

Kansai Central 1st Part; Walking inside Osaka Aquarium

Kansai Central 1st Part; Walking inside Osaka Aquarium

Kansai Central 1st Part; Walking inside Osaka Aquarium

Kansai Central 1st Part; Walking inside Osaka Aquarium

Kansai Central 1st Part; Walking inside Osaka Aquarium




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much of thanks for visiting the viewing deck ^_^

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