Learn about the weapons, killing techniques and attack strategies of the most dangerous predators of the ocean. Hunters of the Ocean is an exhibition about the activities of survival of ocean predators varying in shape, size and hunting techniques. See skeletons, stuffed specimens, fossils and restored models of foreign and ancient ocean predators. There is a special emphasis on the evolution of jaws and teeth. The main attraction is the body of a 3.2 meter long Great White Shark.
Hunters of the Ocean is on now at the National Museum of Nature and Science until October 2. It’s on most days, but check the website to be sure and to see the opening hours. You should also consider taking your date on a Friday night. The museum offers couples a ¥2,000 special pair ticket for two. They are valid on Fridays from 17:00-20:00 (with final admission at 19:30). Tickets usually cost ¥1,600 for adults and ¥1,400 for university students. Younger students get in for ¥600 and groups of 20+ ¥500 per person.