Winter (December - March): 9:30-17:00 Other seasons: 9:30-17:30 Japanese holidays, summer vacations: 9:30-20:00 Admission stopped at one and a half hours before closing. Closed on every Monday and the second day of Japanese legal holidays. (The above opening hours are in Japan time, and there may be temporary changes. Please refer to the official before you travel.)
My husband & I had 1 day free in Nagoya & we decided to visit the aquarium. It's super easy to get to on the subway & it's such a beautiful aquarium. We loved the dolphin show, which is visible from y...
The Port of Nagoya Public Aquarium is one of the best i ever visited! The killer whale is one of the rare ones you will ever get to see. plus the dolphins n belugas, it makes the experience really goo...
We went with 2 teenagers and 11 yr-old. Very impressed with tanks of belugas, orca, sardines which we have not seen over in Singapore SEA aquarium. Their dolphins performance is in Japanese only and n...
This is a very fantastic aquarium. There many fishes and water animals. White Dolphin Beluga, Killer Whales, Turtles and many beautiful jellyfishes. You can go for walking, couples, families and friends.The aquarium was just like an amusement park. You can enjoy with anybody. Everything was so beautiful and you can enjoy the time a lot there. Stuffs were very nice and kind. Its really great to go there especially on rainy day. The highlight of the aquarium is the shows, both indoor and outdoor. The Sardine Tornado is quite a unique, it dances with light and sound. The second best is the Beluga Show which I've never seen in any other aquarium before. For the Orca and Dolphin show is similar to others aquarium. If you want to experience them all, you need to organize the time and the routing inside the building well. All Nagoya residences are proud of this aquarium for sure!!
Early in the morning, we arrived at the Nagoya Port Aquarium! When I saw the colorful "sardine storm", my girl's heart was intoxicated. Here, you can see the graceful swimming of the beluga, hear the beautiful tweet of the beluga, and meet the bottlenose dolphins that like to be spoiled, and the penguin sink that reproduces the Antarctic environment! What makes me wonder is that the penguin in the impression should be watched indoors as shown in the picture above, and it is not only indoors, but also can be released outdoors. On the lawn of the aquarium, I saw this group of cute little penguins. Visitors can watch penguins up close by on the lawn. Seeing this penguin who wants to fly and flutter, it just kills me. Hahaha~ The sun is so big, dont you know if they will feel hot?
I met a group of lovely students in front of the aquarium and asked if they could take pictures of them. When I came to the aquarium, it was like returning to my childhood. When I saw these lovely marine life, the girls heart was overflowing! z
The Nagoya Port Aquarium is very creative and is divided into the South Hall and the North Hall. The South Pavilion is based on the theme of Antarctic Travel. The North Pavilion focuses on 3.5 billion years of retrospective travel and displays marine life in different waters. The white whale here is so cute, the sardine storm is very spectacular. And the penguins here are so big that the sun goes down the grass, which is a big feature.
Located in the Port of Nagoya, the Public Aquarium was built in the novel shape of a metal ball. Based on the theme of "A Journey to the Atlantic", visitors pass through five different aquatic regions, where they can also watch IMAX movies and check out marine shows. The aquarium provides visitors with a deep understanding into the marvelous marine world of the Sea of Japan, the Pacific Ocean, and Antarctica.