The biggest goldfish
entertainment aquarium
in Japan

Japan’s largest goldfish museum is born in Nara Prefecture, one of Japan’s Top 3 goldfish cultivation areas. The entire museum is based on the concept of “goldfish”, with displays created by today’s leading artists. Here you can experience experiments only available here—projection mapping, flowers, terrariums, and mirror balls. The stars are the goldfish, which range from familiar to rare species, all raised in Yamatokoriyama City. Approx. 3,000 goldfish swim gracefully and beautifully around the aquariums as if floating along. Enjoy “soothing”, “surprising”, and “impressive” spaces that you can experience through the five senses as befitting an “entertainment aquarium” transcending the concept of a “goldfish museum”.


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4th Floor, M! Nara, 1-3-1 Nijo-oji Minami,
Nara City, Nara Prefecture, Japan

[Access by walking/train/bus]

An approx. 15-minute walk from Shin-Omiya Station
Approx. 15 minutes by Nara Kotsu Bus from Kintetsu Nara Station
Approx. 9 minutes by Nara Kotsu Bus from JR Nara Station (Miyaatoteien Bus Stop)

[Access by car/motorbike]

From the Nijo-oji Minami 1-chome Intersection, drive straight to the Nara City Office. Turn left at the main entrance and follow the road to the museum.

[Access by complementary shuttle bus]

Complementary shuttle bus services operate from JR Nara Station (West Exit), Kintetsu Nara Station, and Shin-Omiya Station to M! Nara. For service information/timetables, please check the M! Nara website.


(Junior high school age – 64 years)
Elementary school student ¥800
65 years or above ¥800
Persons with disabilities1※1
(Persons issued with a disability certificate)
Free admission for children under elementary school age※2
  • Please present your disability certificate to receive the disability discount. Admission is free of charge for one caregiver for each person with a disability paying the admission fee.
  • 2An admission fee (\600/child) applies to children under elementary school age in the following situations.
    (1) Admission to the aquarium for events organized by schools (kindergartens, nursery schools, primary schools, junior high schools, high schools, special-needs schools, universities, etc.) and led by teachers/staff in accordance with Article 1 of the School Education Act.
    (2) Admission to the aquarium for events organized by kodomo-kai (children’s associations) or kids’ clubs.

Opening hour

10:00 – 18:00
open throughout the year
*Last entry is 30 minutes before closing time.

Any changes to opening hours or days on which the aquarium is closed will be posted on the aquarium’s official website. Please be sure to check the website before visiting the aquarium.


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