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Fuji Antarctic Museum

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  • Fuji Antarctic Museum
  • Fuji Antarctic Museum
  • Fuji Antarctic Museum
  • Fuji Antarctic Museum
  • Fuji Antarctic Museum
  • Fuji Antarctic Museum
  • Fuji Antarctic Museum
  • Fuji Antarctic Museum
  • Fuji Antarctic Museum
  • Fuji Antarctic Museum
  • Fuji Antarctic Museum
  • Fuji Antarctic Museum
  • Fuji Antarctic Museum
  • Fuji Antarctic Museum

An Antarctic museum where you can go on an Antarctic adventure

Fuji was Japan's first icebreaker, and spent 18 years traveling between Japan and the Antarctic. It is preserved just as it was in Nagoya Port, and has been reborn as an Antarctic museum to introduce various aspects of Antarctic observation.
Besides reproductions of what it was like on the ship when it was in service, the museum also introduces the beautiful landscapes of the Antarctic and the history and significance of Antarctic observation, all in a way that's easy to understand.

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DETAILS

Address 〒455-0033
Minatomachi 1-9, Minato Ward, Nagoya City
Area Port
TEL +81-52-652-1111 (Inquiries in English not accepted)
FAX +81-52-661-8646 (Inquiries in English not accepted)
Opening Hours 9:00~17:00
Regular Holiday Mondays (or the following day if a national holiday or compensatory holiday)
However, open during spring, summer, and winter vacations
Cost [Single Entry Tickets]
Adults and high school students: 300 yen
Elementary and junior high school students: 200 yen

[Common tickets for 3 facilities (Nagoya Port Building Observation Lounge, Nagoya Maritime Museum, and Fuji Antarctic Museum)]
Adults and high school students: 710 yen
Elementary and junior high school students: 400 yen

[Common tickets for all 4 facilities (Port of Nagoya Public Aquarium, Nagoya Port Building Observation Lounge, Nagoya Maritime Museum, and Fuji Antarctic Museum)]
Adults and high school students: 2,440 yen
Elementary and junior high school students: 1,210 yen
Parking 700 spaces 
Paid: 100 yen per 30 minutes
Up to 1,000 yen per 24 hours

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