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The SeaGaia Ocean Dome – Japan’s Indoor Man-Made Beach - is listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as the world’s largest indoor water park, measuring 300 meters in length, 100 meters in width. And the temperature is 30 degrees Celsius year-round. There are quite a few differences between the Ocean Dome and the ocean, among them the heated indoor pool, the kids’ pool, the floating pool, and the three fast and thrilling water slides. Everyone feels like a child when playing in the water.
Yup. Yet another reason to get back to my roots and make Japan a MUST on my bucket list!!!
Japan indoorman made beach
Japan, indoor manmade beach
Japans Indoor Man-Made Beach. Ocean Dome (worlds only indoor beach) has its own flame-spitting volcano, crushed white marble sand, and it also boasts the worlds largest retractable roof, providing a permanently blue sky. Temperature, wind and humidity are closely controlled to provide an ultra-safe sea-side experience. Every hour, the volcano erupts and the hi-tech wave machines start up, starting a few minutes of sanitised surfing.
World Beautiful Places And Hotels: Japan's Man Made Indoor Beach
My Fun Photography: Awesome Indoor Beach in Japan
First Artificial Sea Beach in Japan. It has a 85-metre long shoreline and many many shops. There are a lot of attractions on this beach.
One of Japan's most beautiful beaches. Kumejima Island, Miyako-jima, Okinawa, Japan. #AmericanApparel #PinATripWithAA
Beijing: Olympic Water Cube converted to an indoor waterpark. Worth the $28? I'll let you know in about a month...
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Mashhad | Iran - Explore the World with Travel Nerd Nici, one Country at a Time. TravelNerdNici.com
The largest swimming pool in the world in Algarrobo,Chile. on seriouslyforreal....
Tokyo Sky Tree night shots | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
Mt Aso, is the largest active vol-cano in JP. Aso has one of the largest calderas in the world (15.5mi N-S, & 11mi E-W). The caldera has a circumference of ~75 mi
The World Heritage - Mt.Fuji, Japan
Popular name "べた踏み坂（betabumi-zaka）" which becomes the topic by a commercial of Japan. "江島大橋（Ejima Ohashi）" who really links Shimane prefecture to Tottori prefecture.