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Epson Aqua Stadium Epson Aqua Stadium Aquariums / Shinagawa

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The Epson Aqua Stadium is located inside the Prince Hotel, and houses more than 300 species and 20,000 water creatures in their facilities. The dolphin show is quite popular, as well as the tunnel that cuts through one of the tanks.

Categories Aquariums
Nearest Station Shinagawa
Address 4-10-30 Takanawa, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Telephone 03-5421-1111
Home Page (Available in English)
Business Hours Mon-Fri 12:00pm-10:00pm; Sat 10:00am-10:00pm; Sun & Holidays 10:00am-9:00pm
Price Admission: Adults 1,800yen, 7-15years 1,000yen, 4-6years 600yen

3 Reviews for Epson Aqua Stadium

  • Epson Aqua Stadium
  • (2008-11-30)
  • I went for the penguin feeding show, the dolphin performance and to see the rays, and I was not disappointed. They give out free rain ponchos to the people who sit close to the front at the dolphin show. One of the best features of the aquarium was the tank with a glass tube through which visitors could walk, looking at fish and rays surrounding them in all directions.

  • Dolphin Show ~ SUGOI!!!
  • (2008-07-31)
  • This was a really fun time!!! I found the aquarium itself like most aquariums - a wide array of fish on display in tanks that mimic their natural habitats. There were some sea birds as well and some sea mammals. The really exciting part about Shinagawa Epson Aqua Stadium is that there's is.... AN AQUA STADIUM!!! There, my friend and I caught a great dolphin show! It wasn't just your everyday bott... Read More

  • Epson Aqua Stadium
  • (2007-10-16)
  • EPSON Aquarium is small, but surprisingly well stocked with kid- and adult-friendly exhibits. Located behind the Prince Hotel (the signs aren't good), the aquarium boasts an underwater tunnel where you can watch an enormous sawfish shark swim around. There are tanks and tanks of exotic fish and other sea creatures. I was very impressed at the brochure which labeled every fish neatly in English an... Read More
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