The jellyfish section of Kamogawa Seaworld has been upgraded with new holographic technology !
On July 16th, 2015, Kamogawa Seaworld has opened a new experience-oriented facility, Kurage Life, where visitors can learn about the life of jellyfishes. Adding to the regular exhibits of about ten varieties of real jellyfishes, it includes holographic exhibits with fascinating images. The latest holographic technology provides visitors with a more exciting and interactive experience!
Regular exhibits of real jellyfishes
This stunning exhibit features nine different species of real jellyfishes in nine large and small tanks. Next to the tanks, visitors can learn about the unique aquatic life of jellyfishes.
The new exhibit involves visitors so that they can interact with lifelike jellyfish projected in a multidimensional way.
1. In the sea of jellyfishes
Push the image of a jellyfish forward by making air-water flow with your hands. You can feel the movement of jellyfish, as though you were touching it!
2. Ripples in the sea
Stomp your feet on the surface of water. You can see some jellyfish flowing away from you in ripples.
3. Jellyfish bench
Sit on a semicircular bench and hold your hands up, then the image of a jelly fish appears on your palms.
- Address: 1464-18 Higashi-cho, Kamogawa City, Chiba
- Hours: 9:00-17:00
- Admission Fee:
2800 JPY (adults and high school students),
1400 JPY (children, 4 years to junior high school age),
2200 JPY (students)
2100 JPY (65 years or over)
- Access: By train and bus, about 2 hours from JR Tokyo station