Trip to Kaikyokan

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Approximately 20 thousand fish and marine creatures are displayed from 500 different species. There is a huge tank which replicates the tide of the Kanmon Straits. Various types of fugu, or blowfish, are also displayed. There are also skeletal displays of the blue whale, the largest such skeleton in Japan IMG_1455 IMG_1468 IMG_1482 IMG_1497 IMG_1509 IMG_1519 IMG_1532

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