Tsuruoka City, where stands Kamo Aquarium, is known for its abundant wild nature of the mountains and the plains, highly subject to the distinct four seasons of the region ; but also faces the Japan Sea, a sea blessed with an incredibly rich varieties of living forms. Just like the living forms on land, the living beings in the sea are subject to the seasons. We personally think it is our duty to transmit the richness of the sea and the culture of the “people of the sea”. This is why we opened Kamo Aquarium, affectionately referred to as “The Dream House of Jellies”. Through jellyfish amongst other sea creatures present in the aquarium, you will be able to discover all the uniqueness and plurality of sea life. From time to time, sea lions shows are held in the show area, as well as explanatory classes about jellyfish. You can also interact with seagulls on stage and learn how they live. Kamo Aquarium will definitely teach you something new.Tsuruoka City Kamo Aquarium
The reception desk closes 30 minutes before the closure time.
Groups of adults: 900 yens/person
Groups of children: 450 yens/person
To qualify for group fees, a group must contain 10 or more persons (toddlers & infants not included)
The pass has a validity of one year after the purchase date.
Haneda Airport → Shonai Airport (approx. 1 hour) (click here for timetables)
Please remind there is no direct public transportation from the airport to the aquarium. If you plan to use the bus, please transfer at Tsuruoka Station.
For direct transportation, please use a taxi service or contact a car rental service.
JR Tokyo Station → JR Tsuruoka Station (approx. 4 hours)
JR Niigata Station → JR Tsuruoka Station (approx. 2 hours)
click here for timetables: Conventional line timetables at Tsuruoka Station (Japanese)
The indicative information have been estimated by governmental administrations. They are subject to change according the traffic situation and other conditions.
Nearest toll exit:
Please remind the bus bound for Zenpoji temple does not stop at Kamo Aquarium.