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Getaway371348 wrote a review Oct. 2019
The staff takes great care of the seals. If you speak Japanese you can even learn some nice facts about them.
Date of experience: October 2019
Wander & Wonder wrote a review Dec. 2018
Singapore, Singapore1,644 contributions268 helpful votes
Visited Okhotsk seal center to see different seals there, some were injured and rescued from the wild. The seal attendant gave education about seals and their names. You are allowed to stroke the seals on their back and take photos with them. Nice visit.
Date of experience: December 2018
DimasLaksani wrote a review Sep. 2018
Salatiga, Indonesia194 contributions45 helpful votes
I think this place is large like i expected before, but i know this place is just small place but its okay, when i am in here its feeding time for the seals, Just 5 time in one day you can join to feeding this animals. well that was wonderful experience. ありがとう
Date of experience: January 2018
gundamnsdk wrote a review Jun. 2018
Singapore, Singapore65 contributions35 helpful votes
Though small, the employees at the seal centre were extremely passionate and dedicated in raising the seals under their charge. We were told that the seals in the centre were not captive and were rescued seals who were either lost or orphaned. At no point of time during the display were they forced to perform any tricks for the audience and visitors were disinfected before interacting with the seals under certain rules.…
Date of experience: June 2018
Shou Min T wrote a review May 2018
145 contributions19 helpful votes
The place is small, but the key highlight is that you get to stroke a seal during feeding time. There’s about 5 feeding times throughout the day. 10.30, 11.30 and so on. Parking is free. Entrance fee is 200 yen per adult.
Date of experience: May 2018