An Aquarium for Over 90 Years of History
The first aquarium in Japan to raise dolphins along with receiving worldwide acclaim for their whale shark and mink whale programs, Izu Sea Paradise is a fantastic place to see aquatic creatures. The Sea Paradise was also the first institution in Japan to raise walruses and sea otters. There are various shows throughout the day that show off all of the animals' talents. All of your other favorite ocean-dwellers are there as well including seals and penguins.
|Address||3-1 Uchiura Nagahama, Numazu, Shizuoka Prefecture 410-0224|
Route 1 JR Tokaido Shinkansen Kodama or Hikari (platforms 14 or 15) Nagoya–Mishima (90m–2h) Izu Hakone Railways Mishima–Izu Nagaoka (20m) Taxi Izu Nagaoka–Izu Mito Sea Paradise (15m/¥2500) Route 2 JR Tokaido Shinkansen Kodama or Hikari (platforms 14 or 15) Nagoya–Mishima (90m–2h) Izu Hakone Railways Mishima–Izu Nagaoka (20m) Izu Hakone Bus Izu Nagaoka–Izu Mito Sea Paradise (20m)
9am–5pm No entrance 30 minutes prior to closing
Open Year-Round (sometimes closes in winter for maintenance)
|Travel time||Junior High and up ¥2200 Elementary ¥1100|
|Websites||Official Sitehttp://www.izuhakone.co.jp/izumito-seaparadice/info/en.html/ Izu Mito Sea Paradisehttp://shizuoka-guide.com/english//detail/page/detail/3643|