Many sea creatures from Oga and Akita are exhibited in the museum.
Visitors can learn about the Sea of Japan, which is rarely seen.
About 400 species and 10,000 items of domestic and foreign creatures are on display, including Gouta and Yuki, polar bears, and the prefectural fish of Akita Prefecture, the grouper.
The "Oga's Big Tank," which reproduces the sea of Oga in spring and fall, is particularly impressive.
- ◎Regular Fees
Adults 1,100 yen
Elementary and junior high school students 400 yen
Adults 1,000 yen
Elementary and junior high school students 350 yen
- Opening Times
(Last admission 16:30)
*Varies depending on the season, see website.
- Irregular closures
- When coming from the Akita area, there are two routes: "via Namahage Line" and "via Monzen".
Please proceed in the direction of "Oga Aquarium GAO" or "Oga Hot Spring Village" or "Toga" indicated by the road signs.
Via Namahage Line
The road is straight and wide, recommended for those who want to arrive quickly!
This route runs along the coastline. There are many sightseeing spots!
It takes longer than the Namahage Line, but recommended for those who want to enjoy the scenery at a leisurely pace!
- Car Park
- Free parking available
- Official Website
- Oga Aquarium GAO official website
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- Stay for about 90 to 120 minutes
- Oga Aquarium GAO
- Telephone Number
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