My daughter and I caught the train late at 6pm as only 2 stops from st. regis hotel and we were the last ones to enter as it closed at 8pm. It was quiet & lovely watching the marine life. Only flaw, the staff shouting...More
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The Aquarium is a nice place to visit if you are interested in knowing about various sea/ocean fish and their linkages with different geographical factors under water. The big aquarium has various kinds of sharks, cat fish, eagle ray, cat fish, penguins clear and dark...More
Great rainy day spot with the kids in Osaka. We did get trapped with a seemingly endless flood of school groups but despite this the Aquarium was still an amazing experience. Recommend getting the day pass at a manned subway gate which will give you...More
The biggest and best one we have been too. Very busy and lots of screaming kids but it is nice to see their excitement. The ice cream at the end was definitely a high light haha, was soooo yummy!! The whale sharks were absolutely wonderful...More
Impressive aquarium. The most impressive thing is that whatever they advertise you might see, you will see. Feeding shows by the schedule. All animals are photogenic and there for you. Kids love the visit as well as adults. I think I can spend a whole...More
One of the best aquariums I've ever visited. Several floors and filled with aquatic life from all over the world. Give yourself a good couple hours to tour this. A quaint ferry ride over and back from Universal Port Hotel. Next to beautiful Ferris wheel.
Buy the combo ticket which allows you free rides on the subway for 1 day and entrance to the aquarium. This allows you to skip the queue at the ticket counters as well. Navigation to the aquarium from train station is pretty straight forward with...More
Stinks when you enter like wet fish market. Claimed as biggest aquarium but it’s the height or levels of the aquarium and not wide. It’s sad to see 2 whale sharks in a narrow aquarium swimming in circles and 4 or 5 huge Ocean sunfish...More