Updated: February 08, 2019
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Sunshine Aquarium in Ikebukuro - Full of Amazing Sea Creatures!

If you are wondering what to do in Ikebukuro, Sunshine Aquarium is a highly recommended spot! Come to meet a variety of beautiful sea creatures while taking a break from shopping or sightseeing.

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Sunshine Aquarium

Sunshine Aquarium is around 8-minutes walk away from Ikebukuro station. It is on the rooftop of a building in the Sunshine City, which also has many facilities like an observatory, a planetarium, and shopping & restaurants areas. The aquarium is not that huge, but it is clean and has a nice relaxing atmosphere.

Ticket fee

Adults (16 and older): 2200 yen
Juniors (7-15 years old): 1200 yen
Children (4-6 years old): 700 yen

Hours

10:00-20:00 (April to October)
10:00-18:00 (November to March)

Access

8 minutes walk from the east exit of Ikebukuro station.
Take the "Aquarium elevator" from the first floor of World Import Mart Building in the Sunshine City.
3-1-3 Higashiikebukuro, Toshima 170-8630, Tokyo

Must Sees

Penguins are popular with the young and old because they're so adorable. What is the most unique about Sunshine Aquarium is that they have penguins in the open tank on the rooftop of the building. In that way, you can watch penguins swimming in the lit water.
They look as if they are flying in the sky of Tokyo!
They have several kinds of jellyfish. They are very beautiful and glow in the dark. You'll have so much fun watching them.
You can also meet various fishes. The tank is colorful because of the fish and the coral reef.
They offer some shows which are exciting to watch. The staff gives a performance with fish. The trained sea lions also have a show time.

Lastly...

If you come to Ikebukuro and wish to have a relaxing time, just head to Sunshine Aquarium and enjoy watching adorable, beautiful sea life in the middle of Tokyo!
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