Kamogawa Sea World

Sightseeing information about Kamogawa Sea World in Japan.

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Kamogawa Sea World is a large aquarium on the east coast of Boso Peninsula, Chiba Prefecture, which is a 2-hour trip from Tokyo Station by express buses or JR trains. Main attractions of the aquarium are live performances by sea animals including killer whales (orcas), dolphins, belugas whales and sea lions. They have succeeded in breeding killer whales and sea turtles along with fishes, and the killer whales of the park is a family. The large indoor tank simulating a coral reef in a tropical sea (The Tropical Island) is also a must-see. The official hotel is located next to the site and has a direct access to the park.

Purposeexperience,kids,family,Animals,sightseeing,let's hang out!
Airport/Sta.Tokyo International Airport (about 57.1km) Google Transit


4.07 months ago

Best place for a date. It’s good and well maintained. It’s little expensive compared to the other ones but the killer wale, sea lion performance those are really good so it’s worth the money. Lots of variety of fish and sea creatures you can see there. Best place for one day trip.

4.0a year ago

It's way smaller compared to the ones in US, but no lines, chill atmosphere, few people.
Tickets is reasonable with 3000 yen for adult.
Good stuff, recommending

(might have been fairly empty cause went in a weekday during corona season)

4.0a year ago

I am not sure what sea life are now on display or performing in the shows since it has been a few years since we visited Kamogawa Sea World. When we did, everyone enjoyed the circus acts by the sea lions and dolphins. There was also quite a lot of educational information on marine life as well.

2.010 months ago

Large variety of species, yet some of the tanks look very depressing... the dolphins and whalesharks shows were great, but with the ethical problem Japan has always have with dolphins... I’m not so sure how long it can remain entertaining to the informed public

4.0a year ago

Come early and a half a full day of fun. After the park is closed, enjoy the beach next door.

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