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Japan being exposed by the aggression of Russia, the whole nation fought to the end of Japanese-Russo War. as one man. While making large sacrifices, Japan could barely attain the victory. Under the national trust, Public Utility Foundation, MIKASA...more
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
82-19 Inaokacho | Mikasa Park, Yokosuka 238-0003, Kanagawa Prefecture
The Mikasa (ship) is a part of the attraction in Mikasa Park. If you're into military stuffs, this is the ship that you want to visit and board at a small fee. But of course, I would say the best views is from the outside...More
When my wife asked me what one thing I would want to see in Japan, I said: The Battleship Mikasa. I am a bit of a war history and naval enthusiast and felt that I could not miss seeing this famous ship.
The only remaining...More
It was originally the flagship of the Allied Fleet which destroyed the Russian Navy's Baltic fleet in the Russo-Japanese War. Overcoming the crisis of being mothballed, it is welcoming tourists who visit as a memorial ship now.
The display method is...More
The Mikasa memorial ship comes in two parts, the upper deck, where you can explore the ship as a ship, looking at the wireless room, bridge and guns. The bridge sections offer good views of both Mikasa Park and Sarushima. The lower deck is more...More
The entry is ￥600, not ￥100 to enter as an ad mislead me(it wasn't only me who was mislead!).
I had a good time playing a simulation game and 3D goggles. A short film and other display are also ok. I recommend this place to...More
As has been mentioned in other reviews, the Mikasa is a very special ship and well worth a visit! From Tokyo, its around an hour and a half away going into Yokosuka Station and the ship itself is about a 14 minute walk away. I've...More
I visited the Mikasa with a Japanese friend and enjoyed our time there. If you don't know Japanese, it is good to go with someone who does. The displays were informative. The guided tour was definitely worthwhile. The staff are knowledgeable and have a genuine...More
I knew my husband would be interested in checking Mikasa out, but I wasn’t sure what exactly we can see and do. Turned out that we can get on it and walk around quite a bit of this ship exceeded our expectation. It definitely made...More