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Aquarium Spots in Tokyo Area

  • Sunshine Aquarium
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    Tokyo Toshima-ku Higashikebukuro 3-1 Sunshine City World Import Mart Bill/rooftop
    This aquarium was created with the concept of a ''Sky Oasis.'' Located inside Sunshine City, a major Ikebukuro landmark, the aquarium is visited by tourists from all around the world and is beloved by couples, friend and family, and people of all ages as an urban oasis. The aquarium features a wide array of exhibits resembled the actual waters around the great barrier reef, lake, and river. It also breeds large fish such as sunfish and sharks. In the outdoor areas, visitors can see penguins and sea lions swim as if they were flying.
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    Tokyo Sumida-ku Oshiage 1-1-2 Tokyo Sky Tree Town/Sola Machi 5/6 F
    This aquarium is located in the 5th and 6th floors of Tokyo Soramachi(R) inside Tokyo Skytree Town(R). It has attracted attention for exhibits that break the mold of typical aquariums. These include the Tokyo Daisuiso, which recreates the waters of the Ogasawara Islands, a world heritage site. It also includes the Edorium, which displays goldfish in dreamlike Japanese-style spaces. At the Aqua Lab, visitors can watch the caretakers breed and research jellyfish. Visitors love watching the penguins swim in the aquarium's indoor open pool tank, one of the largest in Japan.

    Small aquarium but beautiful! Enjoyed all the exhibits, mostly the penguins, they are adorable. Easy access, no lines, a must see.

  • Shinagawa Aquarium
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    Tokyo Shinagawa-ku Katsushima 3-2-1 Shinagawa ward park
    This is an “ocean and river” themed aquarium deeply tied to Shinagawa City, located in “Shinagawa Kumin Park” in Shinagawa City, Tokyo. The aquarium exhibits familiar fish and underwater creatures in a tank reproducing the nature along the stream of the rivers that flow into Tokyo Bay, the tidal flats and the sea of Tokyo Bay. In a tunnel tank with a total length of 22 meters, you can enjoy “a walk” in the ocean surrounded by 900 fish. Don't miss the performances at the stadium, including a comical sea lion show and a powerful dolphin show. The nearest station is Omorikaigan Station.
  • Tokyo Sea Life Park
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    Tokyo Edogawa-ku Rinkaichou 6-2-3
    This is an aquarium inside Kasai Rinkai Park where guests can see Bluefin tuna swimming around up close—an unusual feature by global standards. Said to be the most popular aquarium in eastern Japan, it recorded 3.55 million visitors when it opened in 1989. There are a main building with its glass dome, a freshwater fish exhibit and an external area, and many attractions such as the large donut-shaped tank where Bluefin tuna swim around and Japan’s largest penguin exhibit. The facility also displays countless varieties of unusual sea creatures such as fish from the coastal waters near Australia and the polar regions.
  • Tamagawa Fureai Aquarium
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    Tokyo Akishima-shi Miyazawacho 3-15-1 Tamagawa Kaminagare Water Reclamation Center
    About 25 minutes by bus from JR Tachikawa Station, this small aquarium is located in the Tamagawa Joryu Water Reclamation Center and uses recycled drainage water. There are four tanks with river fish including minnows, char, and sculpin. While the tanks use treated wastewater, there is no problem with water quality. In fact, the facility is known for educating the public on river basin drainage systems. It’s open from 9:00 to 16:00 on weekdays, except holidays and Japan's New Year period. Entry is free and reservations are not required.
  • Tokyo Tower Aquarium
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    Tokyo Minato-ku Shibakoen 4-chome 2-8 Tokyo Tower 1F
  • Toyomi Osaka Na Museum
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    Tokyo Chuo-ku Toyomicho 5-1 Toyomi Center Building 2F
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    Tokyo Met. Musashinoshi Gotenyama 1-17-6

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