Going onto this 1930 ocean liner was like taking a step back in time, I really appreciate that they kept the detail in the rooms that they *did show us* There really isn't a whole lot to see ship wise when it comes to the rooms, they show you maybe 4 of them, I felt like it kind of made the experience not so great. My husband enjoyed the boiler room and seeing everything there. It was kind of crazy because the dining room for 1st class was nowhere near as wonderful and as extravagant and I imagined it to be in my head ( I guess the movie Titanic did that to me) it was quite small. It was incredibly cheap to go on, 300 yen if I remember correctly, so it is worth it if you have the time. Takes about an 1.5 to go through if you take a look at everything. I recommend!