Exhibition room Ⅰ MIGRATORY FISHES AND SHARKS
You will see first a large tank with 240t of sea water. This tank contains sharks and fishes of the jack family (Carangidae).
Exhibition room Ⅱ FISH SCHOOLING AND DIVERSITY OF INVERTEBRATES
About 250 species of invertebrates are on the display. You will find various species of corals, shellfishes, octopuses, lobsters, crabs, sea urchins, starfishes, and so on. Moreover, there are some peculiar animals such as nemertians and sipunculid worms that are rarely exhibited in other aquariums.
Exhibition room Ⅲ MARINE GALLERY
This room houses animals that you can see only in restricted, short periods during the year or that are rarely captured.
Exhibition room Ⅳ HABITAT AND ORGANISMS, AND CHARACTERISTIC TAXONOMIC GROUPS OF FISH
These tanks contain various species of fishes and invertebrates. The first set of tanks, represents a number of habitats, such as tidal flats, reefs, or ocean floor, and the marine life from these habitats. The tanks in the latter half of the exhibit room contain fishes of the same taxonomic groups exhibited together, so you can easily observe the character of each group and the difference between them.