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Aquamarine Fukushima "Environmental Aquarium"

Aquamarine Fukushima
Aquamarine Fukushima
Aquamarine Fukushima
Aquamarine Fukushima
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An aquarium with a memorable glass exterior. Distinctive for its exhibits recreating the environments of where living creatures (including plants) inhabit. Approximately 800 species and 80,000 living creatures are exhibited. Marine life can be observed while walking through a tunnel passing through a large water tank. Observing the impressive movements of fish schools is particularly impressive. Outside, visitors can interact with life on a giant artificial beach that recreates the nature of the coast. Fishing, backyard tours, and other interactive experiences are held every day, so families can enjoy them together.

Street address

50 Tatsumicho, Onahama, Iwaki City, Fukushima

Access

  • Take a Shin Joban Kotsu bus from the no. 1 or no. 2 bus stop in front of Izumi Station for 11 minutes (toward Ena / Iwaki-ekimae) and get off at "Shisho Iriguchi". Then an about 10-min. walk.

Opening Hours

Mar. 21 - Nov. 30: 9:00-17:30
(doors close to new visitors at 16:30)
Dec. 1 - Mar. 20
9:00-17:00
(doors close to new visitors at 16:00)

Closed

Open every day

Fee

General: 1,800 yen
Grade school to high school students: 900 yen

Website

http://www.marine.fks.ed.jp/english/index.html

Best season

All year

Point

A sushi bar, "Happy Oceans", is located in front of the big water tank. It serves sushi made with selected sustainably-supplied fish.
There are cases when there is a limit on the number of participants accepted for experience events.
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