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Shinagawa Aquarium

Take a look at Shinagawa Aquarium, the ocean of the amazing city
Opening Hours 10am - 5pm, Wednesday to Monday; closed on Tuesdays

The Shinagawa Aquarium exhibits numerous amazing water creatures, focusing on encounters in oceans and rivers. The Aquarium keeps over 2,500 fishes from diversified species, including giant rays and sharks. Perhaps you wonder what it’s like to live under the sea. In this case the 22-metre undersea tunnel tank with a 180-degree view will be your new favourite spot. You may fancy the Ocean Jewel box where colourful coral reef fish live (And yes, that includes Nemo and Dory!)

Transport Omori Kaigan Station (Keihin Kyuko Line), east exit or Suijo water bus from Hinode Pier
+81 3 3762 3433
3-2-1 Katsushima, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo 140-0012‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬

1. Playful sculptures of dolphins and whales greet you as you enter the aquarium, making the perfect Instagram photo op.

2. Your kids will love the chance to get a closer view of the animals, and you'll love the safety glass that lets them look and learn while staying dry!

3. Fantastic exhibits offer a look at rare and unusual sea animals, like this goblin shark. What other secrets does the deep sea hold?

4. How close can you get? THIS close! The penguins might just be checking you out as you awe at their underwater antics!

5. Each display aquarium is like an invitation to explore a secret underwater world and learn its secrets.

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