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Aqua Park Shinagawaマクセル アクアパーク品川


This aquarium and urban entertainment facility is located inside the Shinagawa Prince Hotel in Minato City, Tokyo. The aquarium’s main attraction are its dolphin performances held in a circular pool in the center of the facility; ticket holders can enjoy a stunning show which interweaves light and sound with the sleek acrobatics of the dolphins. The aquarium’s jungle-themed zone houses exhibits presenting freshwater fish and reptiles as well as the park’s popular capybaras. The facility is filled with other interesting attractions, including the fantastical jellyfish zone and a 20 meter long tunnel aquarium.


Tokyo Minato-ku Takanawa 4-10-30 within Shinagawa Prince Hotel

phone 0354211111

10:00-22:00(Last entry21:00)

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Tokyo Minato-ku Takanawa 4-10-30 within Shinagawa Prince Hotel [map]



10:00-22:00(Last entry21:00)
open everyday
[Admission fee] Adult (High School Students and above) 2,300yen, Elementary/Junior High School Students1,200yen, Child (4 years and over) 700yen
Parking Lot
Available (275spaces) ¥ * 500yen/30 minutes
Credit Card
Available(VISA, MasterCard, JCB, AMEX)
03-5421-1111 (Voice Guidance)

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