Trip to Osaka Aquarium

Extremely backdated Japan post. *cough*

The last time I posted about Japan was in Oct 2013 and it’s almost 1 year since that awesome trip!

I’m terrible sorry that the upcoming posts (and this one) will be less information and more pictures.

I CANNOT REMEMBER MUCH.

Everything is just very fun, very pretty, very delicious. 

Besides the Kyoto Aquarium, we went to the Osaka Aquarium!!

I loveeee aquariums! <3

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How the aquarium looks like from outside. It’s hugeee.

I spent most of the time taking photos of cute creatures!! <3 The plus one said I always have a weird sense of cute.

Cute fish #1

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I forgot what is this. A mammal I think??

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Staff cleaning the penguin area!

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Touch the stingrays! <3 It’s quite fun! Just avoid the tail part. The area is supervised by staff and usually quite crowded!

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Cute creature #2

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Cute creature #3

awwww my favourite!!! hahahaha. Yes I literally go around showing my friends this photo after the trip and say SO CUTE. No one agrees with me though. /sadface

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I made the plus one take a photo of me and this fish.

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Yummy crabs? haha we were not the only ones thinking about food. We heard a lot of 美味しい!! lol.

Cute schoolchildren! The place is pretty popular as a school excursion trip.

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mm this is slightly >< It’s a giant octopus eating a fish.. That tank was quite disturbing cos we see half eaten fish / bones in there……

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You jelly?

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A more normal photo haha.

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One of my favourite (and rather touristy) thing to do is the following! Most areas of attractions will have this kinda of machines where you can make a small metal plate on the spot! Slot in the coins and choose the design!

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Super fun! ^^

For the rest of the Japan posts, click HERE.

Comments

  1. Reply

    That’s a Capybara (the mammal)… we have them at the zoo here 🙂 I think they look like giant guinea pigs lol

    1. Reply

      same!! haha I got a shock at first when I saw in the aquarium

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