Tokyo Sea Life Park

Meet More than 600 Species of Sea Creatures from Around the World at This Aquarium

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Visitors to this aquarium located underneath a 30.7-meter-tall glass dome can see schools of Pacific bluefin tuna, swimming penguins, and various rare creatures from all around the world.
There are also corners featuring giant kelp, which is the world’s largest variety of seaweed, and sea birds, for whom the ocean is an important place in their lives.
There is also a self-service restaurant, as well as a gift shop where you can purchase souvenirs.


  • The sight of Pacific bluefin tuna swimming in an enormous 2200-ton donut-shaped aquarium is a thrilling experience.
  • The aquarium boasts Japan’s largest penguin exhibition facility, which includes both Humboldt and fairy penguins. Visitors can watch penguins moving around both on land and in the water.
  • We also recommend visiting the Freshwater Life Center, which recreates a Japanese mountain stream.
  • Guided tours with aquarium staff (limit of 10 people, free) are held twice a day (11:00am, 1:30pm). (※May be cancelled on days expected to be very busy.)
  • We recommend trying the tuna cutlet curry at the “Sea Wind” restaurant!
  • It’s great fun to come to the aquarium by water bus from Ryogoku or Odaiba Marine Park! (※Please see the Tokyo Mizube Cruising Line’s website for water bus operation status.)


  • The eye-catching glass dome from outside
  • A donut-shaped aquarium where Pacific bluefin tuna swim around
  • Japan’s largest penguin exhibition facility
  • A Queen Angelfish in the Caribbean Sea Aquarium
  • Sea creatures from around the world, including the Atlantic and Indian Oceans
  • An aquarium that recreates a Japanese mountain strea
  • Restaurant “Sea Wind”
  • Gift shop “Aquamarine”
  • Tokyo Sea Life Park at night


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Name in Japanese
Postal Code
6-2-3 Rinkaicho, Edogawa-ku, Tokyo
700 yen; junior high school students 250 yen; 65 years and up 350 yen
※Please bring proof of age if you are over 65 years of age
※Free for elementary school students and younger, as well as for junior high school students living in Tokyo or enrolled in a Tokyo school (must show student handbook)
Wednesdays (or following day if Wednesday falls on a holiday or compensatory holiday), New Year’s holiday (December 29th-January 1st)
※May be open certain Wednesdays.
9:30am-5:00pm (Admission allowed until 4:00pm)
※Hours are subject to change.
(1) About a 5-minute walk from the JR Keiyo Line’s Kasai-Rinkai Park Station
(2) Take the Toei Bus going to “Kasai-Rinkai-Koen” from either the Tokyo Metro Tozai Line’s Kasai Station or Nishi-Kasai Station, getting off at the Kasai-Rinkai-Koen stop.
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Official Website (English)