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This aquarium was absolutely gorgeous. Very modern, a lot of nature and clean. The fishes were unique and beautiful to see but the penguins looked a bit sad to be in that space. The tickets are pricey but it’s fun to see different things
We stayed at Shinjuku and I wanted to check out Sunshine City out of curiosity for the anime theme area. We stopped the aquarium to check it out. The penguins exhibit is interesting and the indoor area to see the fishes was cool. But not...More
I loved this aquarium, while it was far from the biggest aquarium, its exhibits were outstanding. Went on a Tuesday afternoon, it was quite with not many children about. Those that were there, were well behaved and quite. Which is rare in itself. Great penguin...More
We went to the Skytree and was happy that there was an aquarium to see as well. We took my 10 year old around, he was just tickled when they actually brought the seals out of their enclosures and walked around and brought a seal...More
The Sumida Aquarium is not very large one, but organized with style and thoughtfulness. The most interesting features: aquariums with jellyfishes where you can observe how they grow (from several days to several weeks), and the area of penguins (main attraction) where these funny fellows...More
If we have still much time after visited the Tokyo Skytree, Sumida Aquarium can be an option to spend the day. There are may unique species of fish, penguin, and many more. The admission is about 2,060 yen for adult, and children aged 3 years...More
I initially dragged my feet here but was pleasantly surprised! There are some areas that are part art installation, and the open area with the penguins was a real surprise and treat. Fun for families, whether with kids or old folks. If only it were...More