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Tokyo Sea Life Park

Must-see: A 2,200-ton bluefin tuna tank.

Numazu Deep Sea Aquarium & Coelacanth MuSeum

It’s not quite a journey 20,000 leagues under the sea, but the Numazu Deep sea Aquarium &...

Nagasaki Bio Park

Spot a capybara taking an onsen bath and a miniature road reserved for guinea pig commuters at the Nagasaki Bio Park in Saikai city...

Sunshine Aquarium

the penthouse home to approximately 37,000 fish, as well as sea otters, penguins, toucans, snakes and more...

Iwaki

Covering much of the southeast of Fukushima prefecture, Iwaki is known for its gorgeous beaches and great waves, rich history and an even richer seafood...

Tobu Zoo

Make your way to the zoo on the west side of the park to see the stars of the furry friends show - a group of rare white tigers...

Beppu Safari

Although it’s best known for its onsen (hot springs), Beppu is also known for having a little piece of Africa that is easily within your grasp...

Tempozan Harbor Village

Its main feature is a huge, nine-meter-deep tank filled with 5,400 tons of water in which you can see a variety of Pacific marine life swimming surprisingly peacefully alongside each other...

Asahiyama Zoo

Thanks to its unparalleled behavior exhibits — each set in a natural habitat in close proximity to viewers - nearly 1.6 million annual visitors from across Japan and abroad come to see animals do their thing in an environment that's as close to home as possible...

Osaka Kaiyukan

In 2014, the building underwent a substantial refit, adding additional species, a new area for the sea lions and penguins, as well as the opportunity to get “up close and personal” with some of its residents...

Sumida Aquarium

But don’t stay too long, you haven’t seen the main tank, yet...

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