Our last stop on our dinosaur roadtrip!
Getting to this museum was pretty hard. The only ways to get there are by a one hour bus (which we couldn’t figure out), or a 30 minute cab ride. Given that Japan has the most expensive cabs in the world, getting too and from the museum by cab cost us about $90 :X
But once we got there, the museum is really nice! It’s primarily this center section shown behind us in the museum, with a small gap in the middle so you can walk under the Apatosaurus. You can also get really close to the dinosaurs, much like in the Black Hills Institute in Montana. This allows you to see angles and details that you typically can’t at larger museums.
Like most of the museums on this trip, they also sell fossils in the museum, something rarely done in North America. Most of the museums had spinosaur, mosasaur, and allosauroid teeth. We didn’t buy an here, but we did get some shirts, pins, and a keychain 🙂
Stay tuned for Korea, starting in about a week, (right after we see Jurassic World).