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“Take Boat Trip and experience the big whirlpool once is a life time”

Reviewed 11 January 2018

Book the boat and see the whirlpool wave timing in advance. It really worth seeing. For one who easily feel dizzy, go for the big boat as they are 2 options.

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Reviewed 21 October 2016

You need to pick the time of the day which is around the change of the tides but the vision of the swirling waves from the naruto Bridge are something you will not see elswhere.It is not an easy place to get to but worth it if you are in the area.

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Reviewed 25 July 2016

I went to see them at the end of December. I've heard they're larger in the spring or autumn, but in the winter they're rather small and I only caught a few eddies by the side of the boat.

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Reviewed 9 May 2016

The day we tried to visit the bridge, it was overcast and seemed alright in the town area. When we got off the bus at Naruto park, it was windy with light occasional showers. We hike up the stairs and got to the entrance to the bridge walkway, they told us it was too windy and dangerous so it was closed. What a disappointment. This is just a headsup to future travelers to the bridge walkway. While waiting for the return bus, the lady at the souvenir shop right by the bus stop invited us in to sit down out of the wind. She didn’t sell hot drinks or anything else so she pointed us to the vending machine which did serve up hot coffee and other hot drinks.

Thank DYA717
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Reviewed 4 October 2015

The straits at the entrance to Osaka Harbor produce some interesting whirlpools that can be seen from a walkway on the suspension bridge adjacent to Naruto Park. Plenty of glass to facilitate the viewing. There are also boat tours. High tide is the best time.
A nearby earthquake/ 1995 museum has a preserved house & a covered area/ 100yds that the fault can be viewed along with the displaced land.

Thank JI M
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