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I have been to the Atlanta Aquarium (largest in the world), the one in Singapore and the one under Tokyo sky tree. I rate the Shinagawa Aquarium the best,
An ultimate design confluence between technology & sea life.
The dolphin show is a possible highlight....More
The facility is a bit run down and is in need of upgrades. The aquarium was okay but it was the dolphin exhibit that broke my heart. The dolphins appear to be in poor condition with a bunch of markings on their bodies. We watched...More
My wife and I have a tradition of going to aquariums in cities we visit. So far, we've been to the Boston Aquarium, Aquarium of the Bay Pier 39 in San Francisco, Seattle Aquarium, and now this one. This was hands down the coolest one...More
First thing first, this aquarium is interesting, but it’s not the state-of-art kind of aquarium or theme park.
The displays on endemic fishes are interesting. The aquarium staff are so into Halloween that some of the tanks have spooky decorations with fishes swim around them...More
The dolphin show was the highlight for me. Price is a little steep for entry compared to other aquariums but that's probably due to its later opening hours than other aquariums. Good variety of fish to see. Caught all the feeding times of seals penguins....More
This aquarium caters to locals, but is quite a nice experience, especially for kids. The live shows are worth the price of admission. The park it is located in is also quite beautiful and a nice walk before or after the aquarium. It's a great...More
Aquarium fans shall not miss this place, especially their amazing show. Very good place for indoor entertainment also night activities. Place is not big but its fun. I really enjoy their dolphins show with LED lights also their Jelly fish aquarium.
Firstly , the location. It’s located at shingawa prince hotel and if you stay at the hotel or around it, the location is fantastic. I seriously did not expect it to be located at the top of the building .
Secondly , the place isn’t...More
This was a great aquarium with a lot of different local species as well as international ones. It was incredibly relaxing to watch the school fish going around and around in their tank and the penguins had some big personalities.
Unfortunately I have marked the...More
Haneda / Kamata is known for its airport with many hotels popping up with the increase in international flights. It’s also an area that offers many shrines and temples with ancient origins including Anamori Inari Shrine or Ikegami Honmonji temple which is visited by more than 300,000 people in October's Buddhist Oeshiki festival. The area around Kamata station is lined with restaurants and is lively until
late at night. In particular, it’s known for the large collection of tasty gyoza specialists.
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Yes you can, thats why I did, I was lucky to get a staff that spoke english but i dont know for the other staff.
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Where to stay between Disney Sea and Shinagawa Aquarium? (3 Replies)
Hello. Need help in planning on where to stay for two nights. We are taking our toddler to Disney Sea and Shinagawa Aquarium to see the dolphins before taking the train to Hakuba. Which area should we stay to minimize moving around? Please advise. Thanks!
March 26, 2015|
Maihama for Disneyland, Shinagawa for Shinagawa Aquarium (Hakkeijima Sea Paradise in southern Yokohama should be much better though). Train for Hakuba (if it's Ltd Exp Azusa) leaves usually from Shinjuku. So stay in one of these places, or Tamachi, Hamamatsucho, Shinbashi, Shiodome, Ginza, and Otemachi/Marunouchi/Yaesu.