From the Antarctic survey ship passing by Nagoya Port, the big orange ship is very eye-catching from a distance. It used to be parked on the sea near the harbor, but now it seems to be parked closer to the shore?
Some parents took their children to visit, and the survey vehicle can also be observed up close.
Next to the big anchor is the statue of the Antarctic wolf. If you go to Nagoya Port, why not come here.
The Fuji icebreaker is very big, and the icebreaking project is also quite interesting. The Fuji ship is also very huge. The icebreaker is also together here. The front face of the ship is very huge. The icebreaking schedule is also very important. .
It fits the theme of the Nagoya Port and is an entertaining attraction. Although I missed the time to board the boat for sightseeing when I arrived late, it is still a great attraction that makes people close to science. The surrounding parks are also built around related themes. There are also a port museum, observatory, aquarium, and amusement park nearby.
There was a violent storm today. To watch this Antarctic expedition ship, the whole family worked hard. Walking from the aquarium to the port, I was soaked. I couldn’t hold my umbrella alone because of the wind, so I could barely support it by going around and helping. Live, it’s worth seeing, it’s up to knowledge
At the Port of Nagoya, it has now become a place to check in for travel. Looking at the life of the previous crew members, I am quite impressed! It’s not bad to take your kids to see and experience life! Very educational
It was really a rainstorm today to see the Fuji icebreaker. Unfortunately, the deck was closed during the rainstorm. You can only visit the interior of the cabin. However, the observation deck next to us gives us a panoramic view from a height. The entire Nagoya Port is also in the rain. Very beautiful