Port of Nagoya Public Aquarium is home to about 500 species (50,000 creatures), including dolphins and belugas. The aquarium consists of two buildings: the northern and the southern sections. In the northern building is a large Kuroshio basin (the ocean current that surrounds Japan), the underwater tunnel.
This is in addition to the large-screen Ocean Theater room where you can see orcas, dolphins, sea turtles and sea turtles. penguins. In the southern building, you will find the Antarctic Fuji Oceanographic Vessel. This section showcases creatures that live in five the Sea of Japan, the pelagic drift and the Antarctica.
The aquarium organizes many events, including the dolphin show in a large pool. Many visitors come to see these shows.Places nearby:
Nagoya Castle: Discover Secrets of the Japanese Empire in the Edo Period 10 km / 6 mi
Okage Yokocho, Japan: The Blessed Alley Where Every Day is a Festival 71 km / 44 mi
Miyagawa Morning Market: The Takayama Marketplace That Has Everything 122 km / 75 mi
Osaka Castle Park: A Japanese Historic Landmark 131 km / 81 mi
Osaka Castle: Japan's Most Treasured Landmark 131 km / 81 mi