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Amami Sightseeing Habu Center

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Address: 3-15 Nazenagahamacho, Amami 894-0036, Kagoshima Prefecture
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Phone Number: +81 997-52-1505

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The Habu museum was informative in a disturbing graphic way. The displays show snakes eating other snakes, reproductive organs of snakes, and skeletons. The 30 min show is a must... read more

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3 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 9 December 2014 via mobile

The Habu museum was informative in a disturbing graphic way. The displays show snakes eating other snakes, reproductive organs of snakes, and skeletons. The 30 min show is a must. The best part is getting your photo with a python at end.

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