Epson Aqua Park Shinagawa


Museums & Attractions

New openings


Opening inside Shinagawa's Prince Hotel in July, this 'aqua park' is essentially a renovated version of the old Epson Aqua Stadium, also known as that other (and more convenient) aquarium in the area. The dolphin show, jellyfish tanks and other familiar displays have been combined with cutting-edge audiovisual displays, while the tunnel with stingrays and sharks has also gotten a facelift. Non-marine life is represented by sleepy capybaras, there's an open-air zone inhabited by sea lions and penguins, and the café is lit up by fluorescent corals.

Open Jul 10 2015


Connected to Shinagawa Prince Hotel, 4-10-30 Takanawa, Minato-ku

Transport Shinagawa Station

Telephone 03 5421 1111

Open 9am-10pm (last entry 9pm); Sep 1-18 2015 and Sep 24 2015-Mar 31 2016 10am-10pm

Admission ¥2,200, children of junior high and elementary school age ¥1,200, younger children ¥700


Please note: All information is correct at the time of writing but is subject to change without notice.

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