Japan’s Art Aquarium opens its first permanent museum in Nihonbashi, Tokyo.
Ever since the stunning goldfish exhibition stepped foot in Tokyo back in 2007, it has become an annual summer tradition of Nihonbashi, a vibrant city district in Tokyo, attracting over 10 million visitors over the years. Now, the Art Aquarium has opened its first permanent museum in Nihonbashi at the end of August, where visitors will be able to view 30,000 goldfish swimming in glass vessels of all shapes and sizes, lit with moving projections and multicolored lights. Each exhibition room in the 2 story museum is designed to be a treat for the eyes and ears. The exhibition has even travelled across the globe, inspiring the people in other cities like Milan and Shanghai.