Maxell Aqua Park Shinagawa: Special Events and Discount Tickets
Maxell Aqua Park Shinagawa: 10% Discount Tickets
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Maxell Aqua Park Shinagawa (マクセル アクアパーク品川) is an indoor aquarium (inside the famous hotel, Shinagawa Prince Hotel) located in the heart of Tokyo, only 2 mins away from Shinagawa Station.
The aquarium offers a wide variety of sea creatures, approximately 25,000 fish from 350 different species including colourful tropical fish, dolphins, jellyfish, manta rays, capybara, penguin, seals and more on display across 11 divided areas
The first floor is made up of 4 areas: the Park Entrance, Magical Ground, Coral Cafe Bar, and Jellyfish Ramble, and the second floor consists of 7 areas: Little Paradise, Wonder Tube, Life Museum, Aqua Jungle, Wild Street, Friendly Square, and The Stadium.
Maxell Aqua Park is not an ordinary aquarium, but entertains visitors with the latest art technology and spectacular illuminations along with a wide variety of fish. Some of the exhibits at the aquarium feature spectacular light-up effects which illuminate the fish tanks and sea creatures magically. One of the most impressive areas at the aquarium is the Jellyfish Ramble which exhibits a various jellyfish with colourful lights and relaxing sounds.
Along with displays, there are some interactive attractions and ride attractions at the aquarium. There are also cafe and shop where you can stop by for drinks and snacks as well as shopping official products themed with cute fish and animals at the aquarium.
The biggest highlight of Maxell Aqua Park is the spectacular dolphin show that collaborates with light effects and music. The show is held daily (7–9 times a day) at The Stadium (2F) with the day and night versions. The themes of the show also changes occasionally by season such as for cherry blossoms, fireworks, Halloween and Christmas.
Apart from the dynamic show and exhibitions, there are also special interactive programs where you can actually touch and play with animals including capybaras and dolphins.
Maxell Aqua Park is the most modern and urban style aquarium where visitors can enjoy both watching sea creatures and the digital technology. If you are into marine life, or looking for the best indoor attractions in Tokyo, it is definitely one of the best choice. The admission fee of the aquarium is 2,200 yen for adult, but you can book e-tickets with special discount through the attached link below!
Events at Maxell Aqua Park
The Maxell Aqua Park Shinagawa holds seasonal events every season. The entire aquarium including displays, shows and food & drink menu is decorated with seasonal themes such as cherry blossoms, fireworks, Christmas and more. Check out the upcoming events at the aquarium and don’t miss the special collaboration of adorable sea creatures and seasonal colours!
-NAKED Hanabi Aquarium (Date: 13 July to 29 September)
The annual summer event at Maxell AQUAPARK SHINAGAWA since 2016, NAKED Hanabi Aquarium offering an immersive experience with the light effects with the latest technology and the traditional Japanese summer theme including the digital fireworks with a dolphin show!
-FLOWER AQUARIUM Directed BY NAKED－Brand New Sea－ (Date: 27 April to 7 July 2019)
The colourful flowers of spring and early summer decorate the entire aquarium into a lavish aqua world. FLOWER AQUARIUM Directed BY NAKED－Brand New Sea－ collaborates with music, light and digital arts creating special effects.
-SAKURA AQUARIUM Directed BY NAKED (Date: 2 March to 21 April 2019)
The dolphin show at Maxell Aqua Park Shinagawa is held with the special spring theme “SAKURA AQUARIUM Directed BY NAKED”, featuring pink cherry blossoms. There are several other areas which also are decorated with the special cherry blossom theme as well as special menu at the cafe offering Sakura themed snacks and drinks.
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Access: 2 min walk from Shinagawa Station
Hours: 10:00 to 22:00
Admission: 2,200 yen
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