The theme of the Shinagawa Aquarium is encountering oceans and rivers. It has been created to tell the story of the water cycle, from the river source to the estuary and the ocean. The aquarium also exhibits the wide range of creatures that live in these places. One of the museum’s unique qualities is that it exhibits familiar fish by using the location of Shinagawa, which has long had deep connections with the ocean, such as through rivers that flow into Tokyo Bay as well as Tokyo Bay’s tidal flats and coasts. A total of 2,500 large and small fish from 100 species including longtooth grouper, sea bream, and giant rays swim vigorously in the giant 500-ton tank. There is also a 22-meter long undersea tunnel tank, where visitors can enjoy 180-degree views of the tank from below. The new sea building also has a tunnel tank with 180-degree views, where visitors can feel relaxed as they watch the seals swimming around slowly.
8-minute walk from Omori-kaigan Station,Keihin Kyuko Line 15-minute walk from Omori Station,JR