About Kyoto Aquarium
The Kyoto Aquarium is a new topic in Hichijoumekoji Park, and it is very crowded with children and students every day. Because there is no sea in Kyoto City, this facility which can touch the living thing of the sea is valuable.
I heard that the saltwater in the aquarium is not the one carried from the sea but is made in the facility using new technology. Ticket sales and annual passports are available for admission. If you are living in the neighborhood, the annual passport is far more advantageous. In the hall, there is an area of the form which looks around a normal aquarium and a dolphin show.
In addition, like an aquarium in Kyoto, and the fish of the river and the giant salamander of a natural monument are also bred besides the living thing of the sea.
It might be good to see it with the Kyoto Railway Museum on the site, too. However, there is no parking lot in the Umekoji park, so be careful.
Kyoto Aquarium photos
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Photographer: Taisuke Yamada
35-1 Kankiji-cho, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto (in Umekoji Park)
|Entrance fee||Adults 2,050 yen, college and high school students 1,550 yen, junior high and elementary school students 1,000 yen, infants (3 years and older)
※Annual passport and other discounts available
|Usual viewing season||Red leaves
Mid November – Early December
Keihan Kyoto Kotsu
|Parking lot||No private parking lot
Umekoji Park Omoiyari Parking Lot (fee-based, limited to use by disabled persons/elderly persons/infants and toddlers/expectant mothers/injured persons/people with walking difficulties) 78 standard vehicles
Bicycle and motorcycle parking available
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