Aquamarine Fukushima

The theme behind this environmental aquarium is "Where the Japan Current Meets the Kurile Current."
Since its opening, it has been a center for the study of the rare coelacanth order of fish. The aquarium offers a glimpse of deep sea life through multimedia and rare specimens. Educational activities such as the Aquamarine Egg interactive facility and Snake Eye Beach provide a fun way to learn about the sea.
On July 20, 2015, it opened the Waku Waku Satoyama and Jomon no Sato, which reproduce the natural environment of the Jomon period.

March 21 to November 30 - 9:00 to 17:30
December 1 to March 20 - 9:00 to 17:00 (Entrance closed one hour before)
Entrance Fee
(Groups of 20 or more in parentheses): General admission: 1,800 yen (1,500 yen) High school, junior high and elementary students: 900 yen (750 yen)
Open all year
Zip code
50 Tatsumicho, Onahama, Iwaki
589 spots (including large vehicles)
By car: About 30 minutes(17km) from Joban Expressway Iwaki Interchange.
By public transportation: Get off at JR Izumi Station on the JR Joban Line and take the bus for Onahama for about 15 minutes. Get off at bus stop "Shisho-Iriguchi" and walk for 10 minutes.