The migratory fish such as Red Sea Bream and Jack Mackerel found in the Sea of Japan are kept in the mega fish tank, which can hold 800 tons of water. There is an undersea tunnel that goes through the mega tank, which provides a panoramic under water view and allows you to observe the school of Pacific Sardines very closely. There is also another fish tank which simulates the environment of the Shinanogawa River, the longest river in Japan, where you can see some local fish such as Chinese Gudgeon and Japanese minnow. You can also see Amur sturgeons and tarpon. The aquarium dedicates itself to the preservation of species, and it has one of the largest groups of Humboldt penguins in Japan, an endangered species.
Open : minimum 9am-5pm
Entrace fee: Yes
For kids: Playgrounds and pettingarea
Food: The aquarium has a place where you can get a snack
Taking photos: Is allowed, if publiciesed, please mention the auarium on your homepage
Where to finde the Aquarium:
I don't have any guides of this aquarium. Does any body know if they made any guides? And where I can get those?
In the years 1992 and 2017 they had theire anniversarrys. Have they made any books on this occassion?