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Osaka MariTime Museum

(2010-02-27)
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Ito-chan came to Japan, so we visited several sightseeing spots.
On 21st February, we visited our mother’s grave, and then we went to ‘Osaka MariTime Museum’.

The museum shows us ships and maritime history.
I have been there with my mother before, but I like this kind of museum, so I went there again.

After passing through the entrance, we walked through a tunnel. Some parts of tunnel is made with glass, so when I looked at a top of tunnel, I could see a lot of fish. NO. I could see only a few fish.
But it was concretely different from seeing fish at an aquarium.

There are four floors, and we went up the fourth floor first.

The fourth floor exhibitions are ‘seaways-history of international maritime exchange’ and ‘maritime art’.
I saw ancient world maps and marine equipments.
I have never been notice about the ancient maps, but they were really interesting.
Now everybody knows the whole shape of earth, but, of course, ancient people didn’t know the earth was it like.
We could also use ancient marine equipments. It was really hard for me to use.
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On the third floor, they introduced ‘Osaka port and its development’ and development of marine transport and distribution’.
Those exhibitions were also interesting.
There were some staffs there and they were polite.
I saw Osaka map of Edo period, and pictures which drew about Osaka.
Looking at those things was very interesting. I imagined a latest Osaka map and superimposed those maps in my head.
They also showed us a short show which taught us Osaka history.
I don’t know if they are professionals or not but the was interesting.

The second floor was the main floor in this museum.
There is a big ship, Higakikaisen, at the center of this museum.
When this museum opened, this ship was a big new in Osaka.
We looked at this ship and leaned about how to build it.
I always think that ancient people had high techniques.
This ship seemed not only convenient but also beautiful.
It was a good smell of wood.

We enjoyed this museum very much.
I hope more people visit here and touch Japanese culture.
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