This aquarium is one of the more famous places in Tohoku, Japan, I like it a bit
This aquarium is like an underwater tunnel, gorgeous and colorful
The construction of this aquarium is very interesting. Many children have learned some interesting knowledge here.
Asamushi Aquarium, just seeing the name is very interesting, you must come to see it
Childlike aquarium, exploring the mysterious underwater world Here is another good place for parents and children! This is the Asamushi Aquarium in Aomori Prefecture, Japan. This aquarium not only has an undersea tunnel, but you can also watch dolphin shows, and here, I also saw sea lions and penguins for the first time, they are also performing some performances, it is worth a visit, especially the family. Oh~~ Although the undersea tunnel is said to be an undersea tunnel, it is actually an artificially made underwater world! The undersea tunnel here is very long, it is the kind of circular channel arc-shaped glass that separates us from the underwater world outside, so you can see the activities of underwater animals when you walk here. I can see a super large jellyfish when I look up, and I can see a lot of small fish swimming up and down above my head. Dolphin show. We were sitting in the auditorium waiting for the dolphin show. The water here was very clear. I heard that it was seawater transported from Hokkaido. The dolphins prepared a performance on a platform that was not too big or too small, and the platform behind it had rainbow colors. Rainbow-colored balloons of varying heights fell from the ceiling, which looked childlike. The address of the attraction is Aomori Asakusa Babayama 1-25. Opening hours are from 9 am to 5 pm, but be careful. You cannot enter the venue after 4:30 in the afternoon.
Made a visit with the wife and her sister and her family. Very cool place and around 5 minutes from the train station. Dolphin was great and they have a dolphin feeding show afterwards.
Cute little aquarium with a good range of aquatic animals and comfortable for a short trip. Cosy, family oriented.
Truly wonderful aquarium, with lots of things to see. I am particularly impressed on the section showing how some of the commonly seen seafood are being raised in the Mutsu Bay here in the aquarium.
We found Asamushi Aquarium interesting slthough we have been to various aquariums before. The dolphin show is especially impressive with 3 dolphins and Japanese traditional music. There are lots of ma...
Worth the walk. The exhibits are well thought out and there is no useless wasted space. This is a true gem in the aquarium world.