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Updated: March 22, 2022
Step into the idyllic marine world of the Tokyo Sea Life Park, and see hundreds of species of sea creatures hailing from tropical, temperate, and frigid habitats. The park, located minutes by foot from the JR Kasai-Rinkai Park (or "Kasai-Rinkai-Koen") Station, is also home to one of Japan's largest penguin habitats.
Beneath a glass dome, which seems to float above Tokyo Bay, lies a mystical ocean world that is home to sea life such as bluefin tuna, hammerhead sharks, flapnose rays and purple sea urchins.
What may come as a surprise is how richly diverse the aquatic wildlife is off the coast of Tokyo. In the waters that extend 1,500 kilometers south all the way to the Ogasawara Islands, you'll find mudskippers, red lobsters, and more.
General admission: 700 yen
For updated information on opening hours, closings, prices, and more, please check the official website or ask the facility directly.