Enoshima Aquarium

Enoshima Aquarium

The Enoshima Aquarium that originally opened in 1954, re-opens with themes such as the ‘Sagami Bay and Pacific Ocean’ and ‘Creatures’ which are treasures of marine life as an “Educational type aquarium” that you can learn while playing. You can experience using your five senses, projection mapping of the world’s first jellyfish, and observation of survey ships that have dove many times in the deep sea of ​​the Sagami Bay.

Fujisawa
Enoshima Aquarium
ADDRESS 2-19-1 Katasekaigan, Fujisawa-shi, Kanagawa Prefecture
TEL 0466-29-9960 
BUSINESS HOURS

9:00-20:00 

REGULAR HOLIDAY

No holidays

FEE

2,100 yen (Adults)、1,500 yen (High school students)、1,000 yen (elementary and junior high school students)

ACCESS

a 3 minute walk from Odakyu Enoshima Line「Katase-Enoshima」station. A 10 minute walk from Enoshima Den-tetsu 「Enoshima」station. By car: Approximately 10 km. from「Chigasaki Kaigan IC」exit on Shinseishō Bypass.

PARKING LOT Not Available
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