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This is not a good place to go. It is expensive for what you get. You can walk the whole thing in 10 mins. My family and I kept on looking around for another section thinking we missed it. They charged my 1 year old...More
While this wasn't the first thought coming to the Tokyo Tower, the aquarium on the base level was surprisingly nice. It's a little over a thousand yen but there's a lot of animals to see, good photo spots and all in all an enjoyable way...More
If you like aquariums you will be very disappointed. For over a thousand yen it's definitely not worth it, as it is quite small and has no interesting attractions. Furthermore some of the tanks are so small, dirty, full of animals or without any decorations,...More
This aquarium was very nice to visit. We could see many collection in this aquarium, but I couldn’t see Tokyo Tower from this aquarium as their advertisment in the gate before entrance. Same location with Tokyo Tower
I love a good aquarium; the smaller and more random, the better.
This won't be to your taste if you want a big show stopper but if you like pretty fish, big eels and long necked turtles then this is for you!
Personally, I loved...More
We have visited a number of aquariums in Australia and this one is just as good. We loved the goldfish display that was on at the time, but to get up close and personal with the penguins in their tank is just amazing. The hall...More
Visiting with our son and his family who live in the area, we opted to go to the aquarium rather than the top of the Tokyo Tower since they had already been there and the kids really wanted to see the aquarium. It was 600yen...More
Aquarium located at the base of Tokyo Tower attraction so can look at it at the same time. Small aquarium with some interesting fish, turtles, seahorses and jellyfish you can get close to. In my opinion t's just too small for the 1080 yen asking...More
Save yourself a few Yen and not bother going. The place is small (half an hour at most), the fish tanks are not very large for the fish / turtles and other specimens. Some of the fish looked worse for wear. For a place like...More
Not so long ago the Akasaka and Roppongi areas were famous for their nightlife, high-class restaurants, bars and clubs. More recently, with the opening of Roppongi Hills, Tokyo Midtown and Akasaka Sacas, the area has declared itself as the most fashionable spot to be seen. The area also hosts the National Art Center and the Mori Art Museum and lots of trendy art galleries.