Kanazawa, Yokohama, Japan
Sea Paradise opened in 1993. Often called Yokohama Hakkeijima Sea Paradise or シーパラダイス, the amusement park only has about a dozen rides and one roller coaster, but there is so much more at this sea-side park. Located about an hour drive from downtown Tokyo, Sea Paradise sits on a man-made island in Tokyo Bay. Admission to the island is free, so guests can choose what to experience from a wide variety of attractions including four large aquariums, dolphin and marine mammal shows, and several "Aqua Tubes" where guests can walk through tanks containing dolphins, seals, and more types of fish than I can list! With 120,000 sea creatures from 700 species, it is one of the largest aquatic displays in Japan. Other experiences include swimming with dolphins and beluga whales, several "touch tanks," and the Umi Farm (Ocean Farm in English) where guests can catch fish by hand or rod and fry them up so the fish can be eaten on the spot.
Just one coaster has left the park: Dolphin Coaster (2001-2005) was a Wild Mouse made by Top Fun, a small Italian company that made a very limited number of coasters.
Surf Coaster Leviathan