In the last decade, a new generation of aquarium enthusiasts has grown up with a love for marine life.
Now it seems Japan’s aquariums have taken on a life of their own, and it’s not easy to find one.
It’s not just the sea.
While most marine aquariums are closed to the public, there are a few that are open.
Here are some of the best places to check them out: Kakushu-based Aquarium Tokyo opened in 2010, and since then, the aquarium has grown to more than 6,000 square meters (1,000 feet by 2,000), including an outdoor area for visitors to enjoy a fish tank.
Kokkaku, located in the northern part of Japan’s Hokkaido region, is the world’s largest aquarium, and has been a popular attraction since it opened in 1997.
The aquarium is home to over 100 species of fish and marine mammals, including a variety of marine mammals that live in tanks.
The facility also houses a variety in-house educational programs, including fish-training courses.
Aquarium Tokyo, which also has a branch in Osaka, Japan, opened in 2016.
Located in the seaside city of Kita, the facility features over 50 species of marine life and exhibits, including whale, squid, sea turtle, sea bass and sea lamprey.
It has an open air exhibit space that can accommodate up to 50 people.
Japanese aquaculture company Shinkansen is the largest aquacultural facility in Japan, and is the only one of its kind in the country.
Located on the shores of the Shizuoka prefecture, the Shinkan-Kansai plant is the third largest aquarium in Japan after Tsukiji-gun, and the largest in the world.
This year, the company was awarded the World Conservation Award by the Japanese Academy of Science and Technology.
In 2016, the plant was also awarded the “Best of Japan” Award from the National Marine Conservation Society, which recognizes “the greatest conservation successes in marine ecosystems around the world.”
Aqua Nippon, which opened in 2014 in Tokyo’s Akihabara district, is a new aquarium with more than 300 species of aquarium fish, including sea urchins, fish that are closely related to squid.
The site also hosts a variety animal-themed programs, and a large variety of fish-themed exhibits.
The largest aquarium of its type in the entire country, the Ichiro aquarium at Nippo Station in Kyoto, has a large indoor exhibit area for over 500 fish.
The large fish display also features a large aquarium with over 300 species, including sharks, sea turtles, sea ichthyosaurs and other marine life, including several species of octopus.
Another new aquarium, the Aquatic Gardens at Miyagi Station in Kobe, is also a new addition to Japan’s marine aquarium scene.
Located just a short drive from Osaka, the Japanese aquariums boast an outdoor aquarium and an outdoor viewing area, and offer both a fish and invertebrate exhibit area.
It is also home to an interactive exhibit, which is a popular way to see animals live and grow in their aquarium.
In 2016, another Japanese aquarium, Tachikawa-based Saitama Aquarium, opened.
The location is a 20-minute walk from central Tokyo, and features an aquarium and aquarium-like environment, including an aquarium with the Japanese word for fish.
Other notable aquariums to visit in Japan include: