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Enoshima Aquarium

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July 12, 2017
At the entrance to the aquarium, we are welcomed by a huge tank of water which features the marine ecosystems of Sagami Bay where Enoshima is located. In “Jellyfish Fantasy Hall” we can enjoy a magical atmosphere. Furthermore, you will learn here that the late Emperor Hirohito conducted research…
June 24, 2016
Very big aquarium A killer whale and dolphin!!
March 12, 2016
The Aquarium is only a five minute walk from the guest house . Great fun for the kids !
September 20, 2016
Shin Enosima Aquarium It is so good aquarium. Especially, you can get naturaul energy from watching dolphines and jellyfishs!
December 9, 2015
very close and beuatiful 2min walk

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