Sumida Aquarium
Oshiage: Aquarium
 
Sumida Aquarium: Oshiage
Oshiage / Aquarium
Open 9am-8pm (last entry) daily.
Admission: Y2000
Average visit time: 40-80 minutes

Penguins are the star performers at Sumida Aquarium, where they cavort in a 350-ton indoor tank at the center of a two-story atrium space. Overall, the aquarium is on the compact side, and may seem a bit overpriced at Y2,000, but it has some interesting exhibits and is well laid out.

Besides watching the penguins you can also get a glimpse of marine life of the Ogasawara Islands, which are officially part of Tokyo although they lie 1000km south of Tokyo Bay; there are also sections devoted to jellyfish and coral reefs.







Sumida-ku, Oshiage 1-1-2, Tokyo Solamachi 5-6F West Yard.
Oshiage station (Asakusa line)
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