Kamo aquarium in Yunohama that face the Japan sea is one of the country's most popular aquarium that is visited by a thousands of visitors per year.
Weighing 40,000 liters, it has earned the Guiness World Record in 2012 for having the greatest number of jellyfish in its collection with more than 35 species in its exhibition area that's why it is considered the world's largest collection of jellyfish in display.
Of course, the highlight of your visit will be witnessing the world's largest collection of jellyfish in the exhibition area called the Kuranetarium.
However, the next floors of the aquarium is the home for other sea creatures like sharks, crab, octopus and a variety of species of fish.
Sea lions show are also held in the aquarium four times a day.
From Tsuruoka Station, ride a bus from the JR Uetsu Line and get off at the nearest stop from the aquarium.
The aquarium opens at 8:30 to 17:00 It is open all year round.
(No closing day) Admission fee is 800 Yen
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