Shinagawa Aquarium

Sightseeing information about Shinagawa Aquarium in Japan.


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This aquarium in the south of Tokyo shows around 10,000 underwater creatures of 450 different species under the concept of "encountering oceans and rivers". The giant 500-ton tank has a large variety of fish, including those found in Tokyo Bay. A 20m-long tunnel tank provides 180-degree views of rays and giant eels, with a sunken ship and treasure boxes are mysteriously arranged using optical fibers.

The crowd pleaser is impressive dolphin and sea lion shows, where visitors are seated closely to the pool. Among new features include an expanded shark-only tank, an underwater tunnel to view seals, and the Jellyfish zone with more than 200 jellyfish. The aquarium is located at the southern end of Shinagawa Park and a 10-min walk from Omori-kaigan Station.

Purposeeasily accessible,experience,women,kids,family,sightseeing,let's hang out!
Airport/Sta.Tokyo International Airport (about 6.1km) Google Transit

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4.0a month ago

Cool aquarium ! Reasonable price and offerings :)) best for us was the underwater exhibition feeding stingrays and nurse shark(1). I've been to many aquariums and it's not a theme park attraction if that's what you are into /expecting. We enjoyed for about 2 hours. Would recommend if you are in the area or enjoy nature/wildlife.

4.0a month ago

Cute aquarium. Small indoor place, but they packed it with stuff. $13 per adult...so cheap! Good to watch animal feedings and shows. Very quaint. Area was under construction outside around the aquarium when we went...should be very nice when done. The resturant there was a little pricey but good and decent portion sizes. Nice place to sit and enjoy the view if window table.

4.02 months ago

I’ve got my new experience here.
I think it’s better if they’ve more clean and bigger tank.

5.0a month ago

Not crowded, short Dolphin show because of COVID, lots of fish nicely presented

5.010 months ago

Went here to see the Christmas tree illuminated by electric eels. We were not disappointed!
Most of the exhibits have English information alongside Japanese. It's a relatively small aquarium, bit it's nice. A great place to spend an afternoon.

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