The Maritime Museum located in the Nagoya Port Building, with the theme of "Japan's No. 1 International Trade Port, Nagoya Port", displays various materials and objects related to the port and ships, as well as the history of Nagoya, including 6000 years of ship history Of learning and connections with the world. The museum introduces the relevant knowledge of the entire workflow of container handling through models and graphics. The most commendable thing is that there is a touch experience link in the museum: the gantry crane crane simulator gives people a feeling of playing games, and the newly built ship driving simulator is also quite real, and even makes you seasick.
There are really few people here. It's nice to avoid tour groups and bring your baby to have a look! Children love it and can experience various skills! There is also a young lady who will explain to you, but it is in Japanese, but I can only smile and pass it!
The Maritime Museum in Nagoya is more suitable for older children, and it is completely two concepts from the Kaiyukan in Osaka. There are more corals here, mainly museums, and there are many materials to see.
The Nagoya Maritime Museum is also a very interesting place. This museum is quite large. Nagoya is also a very interesting place. Many games here are also quite fun. The Maritime Museum is also a huge space.
It may be that the time is not right and the strategy is not well prepared, so I closed my door when I went, but I just visited the surrounding scenery if I couldn't get in. It was also very beautiful, not a lively tourist spot, and there were not many people.
It was nice museum. One time visit is enough . It is little boring for an adult. Virtual ship is the attraction of this place
Actually, we were quite surprised how much we enjoyed this, especially the information on how a port really works including the ship container simulation. Definitely a recommended visit if hanging ar...
Excellent Displays and real vessels to access, particularly enjoyed the shipping simulator (my 7 year old niece is now a great skipper!) and container crane software simulator as well.