Port of Nagoya Public Aquarium
In the "A Journey to the Antarctic" theme, the South Building will be introducing the creatures and their natural environments in five areas of the sea in relation to the Antarctic survey ship Fuji's course to Antarctica from Japan. In the North Building will be the theme of "A journey spanning 3.5 billion years: Animals that have returned to the seas", displaying the bottlenose dolphins, beluga whales, and other such creatures kept at the aquarium.
The largest main pool in all of Japan, with stands seating approximately 3,000 people, offers performances to deliver an even deeper understanding of the lives and behavior of sea life.
|Area||Port of Nagoya|
|Address||1-3 Minato-machi, Minato-ku, Nagoya|
|Accsess Method||5-minute walk from Exit 3 of Nagoyako Station on the Meiko subway line from the Meijo subway line toward Kanayama (counterclockwise)|
|TEL||+81-52-654-7080 (Inquiries in English possible)|
|FAX||+81-52-654-7001 (Inquiries in English possible)|
|Opening Hours||9:30 AM–5:30 PM (normal hours) / 9:30 AM–5:00 PM (winter season hours) / 9:30 AM–8:00 PM (Golden Week and summer vacation hours)|
*Admission allowed until one hour before closing.
|Closed||Every Monday (or the following day if a holiday. Open through all of Golden Week, July–September, and spring and winter vacation.)|
*Changes may occur.
|Fares||Adults: 2,000 yen, Elementary/junior high school students: 1,000 yen, Children (ages 4 and above): 500 yen|
|Parking||Standard vehicles: 700 parking spaces available, buses: 23 parking spaces available|
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