SeaGaia Ocean Dome – Japan’s Indoor Man-Made Beach


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[Editor: It’s summer all year around in Japan. Well, not really. This southern island paradise is a great getaway year around.]

Original Article Starts Here:

The Ocean Dome Club Alliance Hotels, a group of Miyazaki City hotels, cooperates to provide quality accommodation for Ocean Dome guests. The Ocean Dome is listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as the world’s largest indoor water park, measuring 300 meters in length, 100 meters in width. And the temperature is 30 degrees Celsius year-round.  There are quite a few differences between the Ocean Dome and the ocean, among them the heated indoor pool, the kids’ pool, the floating pool, and the three fast and thrilling water slides. Everyone feels like a child when playing in the water.

SeaGaia Ocean Dome  – Japan’s Indoor Man Made Beach   DesignRulz.com

SeaGaia Ocean Dome  – Japan’s Indoor Man Made Beach   DesignRulz.com

SeaGaia Ocean Dome  – Japan’s Indoor Man Made Beach   DesignRulz.com

SeaGaia Ocean Dome  – Japan’s Indoor Man Made Beach   DesignRulz.com

SeaGaia Ocean Dome  – Japan’s Indoor Man Made Beach   DesignRulz.com

SeaGaia Ocean Dome  – Japan’s Indoor Man Made Beach   DesignRulz.com

SeaGaia Ocean Dome  – Japan’s Indoor Man Made Beach   DesignRulz.com

Read Original Article here: http://www.designrulz.com/architecture/2012/05/seagaia-ocean-dome-japans-indoor-man-made-beach/

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