Izu Mito Sea Paradise

Izu Mito Sea Paradise

Opened in 1930 as Nakanoshima Aquarium, this was Japan’s first public aquarium to keep bottlenose dolphins. The aquarium also houses whale sharks and minke whales and boasts a world-class record of achievement.

You can cruise Mito Bay aboard a charming dolphin-shaped excursion boat, affording up-close views of Mount Fuji from the sea.
dolphine show in Izu Mito Sea Paradise cruise Mito Bay aboard a charming dolphin-shaped excursion boat.
An entertaining show by adorable California sea lions. You can also see performances by a variety of other marine animals.

An entertaining show by adorable California sea lions. You can also see performances by a variety of other marine animals.

After its rebirth as Izu Mito Sea Paradise In 1977, the aquarium became the first in Japan to house walruses and sea otters. Here is where many marine animals, fishes, and other forms of ocean life flourish and give captivating performances. The mainstay of Sea Paradise's popularity is its shows. The Dolphin Sea show includes stirring jumps by bottlenose dolphins, and Marine Life Plaza is a humorous, fast-paced show that features common sea lions, Steller sea lions, and Pacific while-sided dolphins. Come spend a fun day with amazing animals of the seas.
stage show of Izu Mito Sea Paradise in Numazu City (Numazu-shi)
Getting Izu Mito Sea Paradise
Approximately 15 minutes by taxi from lzunagaoka Station (Izuhakone Railway) .

Address and Contact:
Izu Mito Sea Paradise
3-1 Uchiuranagahama, Numazu City (Numazu-shi), Shizuoka 410-0224 Japan
Tel: 055-943-2331
Fax: 055-943-2336
Website: http://www.seapara.jp/