The sea adjacent to Iwaki is where warm and cold currents converge and is a good place to fish. Various types of fish are sold at the Onahama fish market every day.

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Sardines, bonitoes and tuna swim in a huge tank under the theme of converging warm and cold currents. Visitors can also see sea lions and walruses.

Spa Resort Hawaiians

Visitors can enjoy pools, onsen and the hula dance in “Hawaii,” surrounded by an atmosphere of everlasting summer. There are baths in which you can soak wearing a swimsuit and baths where you can soak naked. “Yoichi,” a Japanese open-air bath, is the world largest open-air bath and in the Guinness Book of World Records. You might be surprised at how big it is.

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