Port of Nagoya Public Aquarium, Nagoya

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See dolphins, beluga whales, and orcas at Port of Nagoya Public Aquarium. Home to several species of large sea mammals, the aquarium houses killer whales trained and displayed at the main pool, open for public viewing. Watch the staff work with these massive creatures, attend a dolphin show, or check out smaller marine creatures exhibited in glass tanks throughout the facility. Plan your Port of Nagoya Public Aquarium visit and explore what else you can see and do in Nagoya using our Nagoya trip planner .
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  • Kyoto has many aquarium as out of the question, as the people of Osaka was impressed, come look at Shinagawa's best and Nagoya were moving unexpectedly and exceeds the Shinagawa. Maybe I should easily crowded there is eating around the Aquarium, so staggered hours on weekends.
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  • We came here our first weekend of our trip whilst visiting family... and do had our 3 grandchildren with us... wonderful place with plenty to see and do.. the Beluga whales a particular favourite and ...  more »
  • Zoo my wife once in a while a good Aquarium? ~ I come to see shows the tornado of sardines here came up on television in the garden. Show was 15 minutes regardless of the wait for the 2nd time in full. But waiting is worth seeing. Sardine bait with light brilliantly manipulated was insanely good! I feel bad, my wife would try one (lol) put the lead in killer whales, dolphins, beluga whales and show children are accustomed to entertain me come near the glass, is cute. Looks like I'm watching the show but I was also practicing for the show can be seen in many places in. And so is underwater and on the surface of the sea channels show a funny-and I thought. I wanted to go when available come anymore because there was space to revitalising ~
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  • Nice family place with decent bio diversity and shows. Our favorites were the dolphin show, iwashi (sardine) show, and penguins (so many!). There were also baby animals, like baby sea turtles and clown fish, on display. Food options included a sit down restaurant, and fast food cafeteria. Not the largest aquarium by any chance. Can't help but felt sorry for the killer whales, beluga whales, and dolphins.
  • Has a wide variety of sea animals, including the skeletons of deep sea creatures. Very informational, and has a great dolphin show. Costs 20$ for adults. I enjoy going there Everytime. I don't know what else to write here.
  • Perfect place for relaxing. Amazing viewing and show with dolphins. The pinguins were so funny. Everthing was super
  • The dolphin show was much better 2 years ago. Not sure what happened since then. When we went both the dolphin and a killer whale had been born so that might have been the reason.
  • Dolphin show was great. Very good introduction to Marine life for kids. Parents also can enjoy.

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