Located in Edogawa Ward, Tokyo Sea Life Park is an aquarium with many attractions, including one of the largest penguin exhibits in Japan and bluefin tuna swimming in a large 2,200-ton donut-shaped tank.
The aquarium is home to more than 600 species of marine life from around the world. There are only a few aquariums in Japan where tuna swim, so it is well worth seeing.
To access the aquarium, get off at Kasai Rinkai Koen Station on the JR or Keiyo Line and walk for about 5 minutes. Buses are also available via the Tokyo Metropolitan Bus, Keisei Bus (Kannana Shuttle Bus), and the water bus (Tokyo Waterfront Line).
|Park Name||Tokyo Sea Life Park
|Park Address||6-2-3 Rinkai-cho, Edogawa-ku, Tokyo|
|Aqua Theater, a large doughnut-shaped tank with a capacity of 2,200 tons||A large tank where you can enjoy schools of tuna||Voyagers of the Ocean” where you can enjoy schools of red hammerhead sharks and sea eagles|
|Seabird Ecology” where visitors can enjoy watching etopilicas and sea crows swimming as if they were flying underwater||One of the largest penguin exhibit facilities in Japan||Forest of Seaweed|
|Upper passageway where visitors can look into the aquarium from above||Touch n’ Feelin’ from the top||Touch n’ Feelin’ where you can touch sharks and rays|
|One of the largest penguin exhibits in Japan||Creatures of the Shore||The Sea of Tokyo|
|Tamakai||Nezumi fugu||Spectacled Mouthfish (Napoleonfish)|
|Lampfish||Red hammerhead shark||Stingrays|
|Humboldt penguin||Aquarium (Coast of South Africa)||Aquarium (Sea of Izu Shichishima Islands)|
|Aquarium (Ogasawara Tidal Flat)||Aquarium (Antarctic Ocean)||Aquarium (Arctic Ocean)|
|Aquarium (Caribbean Sea)||Aquarium (Izu Shichishima Sea)||Aquarium (Great Barrier Reef)|
|GIFTSHOP AQUAMARINE (inside the museum)||Restaurant “Sea Wind||Model of the museum|
|MAP of the museum||MAP of the park||Panel display|
|Exterior view of the aquarium (glass dome 30.7 meters above ground)||Terrace & Tent Deck||Entrance Gate|
|GIFTSHOP AQUAMARINE (outdoor)||Entrance gate||Liaison Passage in front of Rest House|
Image Credit: Tokyo Navi via tokyo-park.net archive