The Hakkeijima Sea Paradise in Yokohama is an amusement park near Yokohama, which opened on May 8, 1993. It is one of the most visited amusement parks in Japan and consists of an aquarium, a shopping mall, a hotel, a marina and rides.
Admission is free except for the Aqua Resorts attractions and Pleasure Land rides. Visitors can freely enter the island on which the park is located, to use the park facilities, to stroll on the promenades, to go shopping in the shops or to dine in the restaurants.
In the Aqua Resorts you can see walruses, dolphins, sea lions, seals, polar bears, whale sharks, giant tortoises, sea otters and many other sea creatures. There are also daily shows in which the animals do a number of demonstrations.
In the so-called Pleasure Land there are numerous rides for all age groups. You can experience everything here, from a free fall from a height of 107 meters to a roller coaster and a large carousel.
50-minute train ride to Hakkeijima Station from Yokohama station.
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