Kamogawa Sea World raises and showcases over 11,000 sea and river animals in environmentally friendly exhibition facilities and puts on performances by killer whales, dolphins, sea lions and Belugas
As an ex-situ conservation facility, we promote captive breeding and conduct related studies and research. We also gather scientific knowledge through activities to conserve species and contribute to in-situ conservation.
We focus on efforts to protect injured animals, loggerhead sea turtle eggs, aquatic insects and other aquatic creatures to promote activities for the conservation of species and contribute to a harmonious coexistence with nature and wild animals.
The collection of sea creatures for exhibition cannot be done without the cooperation of local fishermen, who also provide us with support for releasing protected animals back into the wild and conducting studies and research. We also actively collaborate with local tourism associations and other organizations and contribute to local cultural activities.