Shinagawa Aquarium is home to over 2,500 large fish and 100 species and seems to fit a lot into a relatively small area. The aquarium is spread over two floors and includes a 22-meter long underwater tunnel, but the main attraction is the seal and dolphin show, as well as the “Ocean Jewel Box” housing tropical fish from around the world.

The underwater tunnel
Visitors wait for the dolphin show to begin
Getting there
8-minute walk from Omori-kaigan Station on the Keihin-Kyuko Line or a 15-minutes ride on a complimentary bus service from Oimachi Station (JR Line)
10:00-17:00. Closed Tuesdays
Adults ¥1,350 with discounts for students and children
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