Toba Aquarium in Mie Prefecture houses twelve aquatic zones with over 25,000 creatures spanning 1,000 species. On the 1.5-kilometer long pathways, guests can discover the wonders of rare marine animals that are in danger of becoming extinct.
Some spectacular exhibits include a finless porpoise, the birth of a second-generation sea otter for the first time in Japan, and dugong or manatee breeding. The aquarium also features a sea lion show, penguins, and special exhibitions.
By visiting Toba Aquarium, visitors can behold these spectacular creatures and contribute to the preservation and breeding programs of the aquarium. Toba Aquarium has received over 55 million visitors since its construction in 1955, making it one of the most visited aquariums in Japan.
A 10-minute walk from JR Toba Station.
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