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(Akita Japan Guide) Polar Bears and Godzilla? Oga Aquarium GAO Guide

Surrounding Areas Of Akita Theme Parks

Oga Aquarium GAO located on Oga Peninsula in the western part of Akita Prefecture is the only aquarium in Akita. The aquarium has popular animals such as polar bears, seals and penguins. They also have a display section for the prefectural fish hatahata (Japanese sandfish), and other events such as the limited time Namahage Diver. Let’s take a look at Oga Aquarium and the scenic spot Godzilla Rock!

10 Recommended Ski Resorts in Tohoku that Tourists Love!

Joetsu, Uonuma And Yuzawa Winter

Winter sports, such as skiing and snowboarding, are some of the most enjoyable winter activities in the Tohoku Region of northern Japan. Today we will introduce our top 10 recommended ski resorts for foreign tourists, including those with shuttle buses directly to the station, those with nearby sightseeing attractions, and especially, those with staff who are able to speak other languages.

Yokote Masuda Manga Museum: Experience Manga Culture through 220,000 Original Manga Drawings!

Surrounding Areas Of Akita Other Contemporary Arts

Japanese manga culture has captured the attention of fans from all over the world. You can find manga and anime related museums and memorial halls all over Japan, every single day. One of these museums is the Yokote Masuda Manga Museum located in Yokote City, Akita Prefecture. There are more than 220,000 original drawings on display here by about 179 original manga artists (as of June 2019).

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