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Upon entering you will be handed a brochure showing the scheduled animal shows for that day. We went on a weekday and there were at least three large groups of students on a field trip, so it was very crowded. There was plenty of seating...More
The aquarium gives a sense of very well-maintained and very well-cared for place.
I normally don't enjoy dolphin shows much, but the whale and dolphins genuinely looked like they were having fun, almost as if they were looking forward to being in the show and...More
I will go to school when I am tired. However, even if you visit it many times it is continuous of impression. Especially the dolphin and aquan show seems to have a relationship between dolphins and people's heart beyond what is narrated.
Features mainly fish in the nearby Sagami Bay waters including lots of jellyfish exhibits and deap sea creatures. However, they also have some bigger water creatures such as stingrays, sharks, penguins, seals, sea turtles, and river otters, along with a dolphin show. The little ones...More
As one of the nearest beach resort from Tokyo this called Shonan Beach where you can easily connect to Enoshima Island. I highly recommend this destination for you to experience climbing up the hill via escalator and elevator for those who don't want to get...More
The place is worth a visit whether in groups or alone. It provides an interesting learning experience about the marine life around Japan and around the world, and it's generally a fun and lively place to be in.
We came to the aquarium to kill time while we were at Enoshima during New Year.
The exhibit tanks were clean and well spaced out with interesting fishes. We missed the dolphin show but didn’t stick around for another 2 hours for the next show....More
Response from korbrasan | Reviewed this property |
12:00n and 14:45 in August
The schedule will be changed by day, need to check it on web.
I couldn't find it on English site, try to look for in Japanese.
イルカショー is dolphin show.
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