360° Digital Fireworks to Light Up Summer at Maxell Aqua Park in Shinagawa

29.June.2018 | SPOT

Maxell Aqua Park Shinagawa is inviting summer in with HaNaBi aquarium by NAKED, an event that will run from July 1st to September 9th with lots of fun things to enjoy including fireworks in the aquarium, goldfish catching, festive paper lanterns, music and more.

Dancing Fireworks

Projection mapping will be used to decorate the aquarium entrance with countless stars. Touching the walls that enclose the water tanks offers an interactive experience where fireworks will appear wherever you touch.

Goldfish Fireworks

Fireworks will twinkle above the tanks where the goldfish swim, and colourful paper lanterns dangling from the ceiling will glow, giving a Japanese summer vibe.

Umbrella Fireworks

There will be a cafe and bar covered in beautiful and magical umbrella fireworks that shine in the dark. There will be special drinks available for the event. Upon ordering a drink at the bar, one of three random firework displays will show.

Digital Fireworks & Nighttime Dolphin Performance

The dolphin performance will combine the dynamic sounds of taiko drums and fireworks to evoke that feeling of festivity. Enjoy a collaboration between dolphins and digital fireworks.

July 1 – August 10 @ 7:30pm / 8:30pm

August 11 – August 15 @ 7:00pm / 8:00pm / 9:00pm

August 16 – September 9 @ 7:30pm / 8:30pm

 

The contents of this year’s event have one upped to elevate that Japanese summer festival atmosphere. Enjoy a seat in the 360° stadium to witness a summer experience available nowhere else but at Aqua Park.

Head to Maxell Aqua Park Shinagawa to witness the latest in innovative technology and entertainment.

 

■Information

HaNaBi aquarium BY NAKED

Location: Maxell Aqua Park Shinagawa

Address: Inside Shingawa Prince Hotel, 4-10-30 Takanawa, Minato, Tokyo

Running: July 1, 2018 – September 9, 2018

*The opening hours are subject to sudden change without notice. There may also be days where general guests cannot enter due to reservations.

Price: Adults (16+) ¥2,200 / Children (7-15) ¥1,200 / Toddlers (4 and below) ¥700

Official Website: http://www.aqua-park.jp/aqua/index.html

 

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