We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers:
Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.

Dolphin Island

Features Animals
Ohamacho, Toba 517-0015, Mie Prefecture
+81 599-25-3147
Review Highlights
Simple, small but rustic

There are definitely better sea shows. However, this place is more personal because it is small but... read more

Reviewed 26 December 2015
Warned out tired place

Dolphin island near Toba has the usual demonstration of flipper standing on it's tail, etc. If you... read more

Reviewed 6 October 2015
The Hague
Read all 143 reviews
Map updates are paused. Zoom in to see updated info.
Reset zoom
Updating Map...
  • Excellent11%
  • Very good29%
  • Average38%
  • Poor12%
  • Terrible10%
26 Dec 2015
“Simple, small but rustic”
6 Oct 2015
“Warned out tired place”
Ohamacho, Toba 517-0015, Mie Prefecture
+81 599-25-3147
Write a ReviewReviews (143)
Traveller rating
Traveller type
Time of year
  • More languages

1 - 10 of 13 reviews

Reviewed 26 December 2015

There are definitely better sea shows. However, this place is more personal because it is small but not that interesting.

Thank AP K
Reviewed 6 October 2015

Dolphin island near Toba has the usual demonstration of flipper standing on it's tail, etc. If you seen it before, don't bother to go here. Everything looks warn out and tired. The performing dolphin has a way to small watertank to live in. Not more...More

Thank NickE2
Reviewed 6 September 2015 via mobile

If you were to put aside the fact that these are wild animals and they should be in an ocean and not tank/pool, it's just so so. Definitely nothing to write home about.

1  Thank turkjj25
Reviewed 16 October 2014 via mobile

Since 2 years I know to see a show with dolphins is VERY WRONG Dolphins in their natural habitat, the oceans, swim at least 80km a day.Something what is not possible in a swimming pool. They get abused and mistreath. For this and many more...More

6  Thank Eduardo En Ingr... R
Reviewed 15 October 2014

The dolphins belong in the Oceans . They are not pets they are wild animals. Their lives in captivity is horrendous!! Jacque Cousteau once said "a dolphin in captivity is the same as blindfolding a human being and putting him/her in one room for their...More

5  Thank Gail R
Reviewed 22 September 2014

STOP using captive dolphins as entertainment. The dolphines live very miserable life in captivity. They belong wild and free, not in a fish tank.

6  Thank Freja P
Reviewed 22 September 2014

Do not support the Taiji Drive hunt. dolphins are either slaughtered or captured from the cove in Taiji.

7  Thank Dantham88
Reviewed 21 September 2014

So sad that in todays age when we know better than to exploit animals, this is happening. No animal is born to live a cruel existence for our entertainment, this must be discouraged and people educated as to what they really pay for.

9  Thank seashore896
Reviewed 13 August 2014

It was my first time to watch a dolphin show. We arrived just at the right time where the show was about to start. Very adorable and well trained dolphins :) the show was about 5-8 mins. There were other big dolphins in another big...More

Thank AmandaaaC
Reviewed 11 August 2014

Dolphin island is the park of dolphin which includes dolphin show and also the small aquarium on the island. before getting there, you need to join boat tour which can also show you the beautiful view of Toba bay.

Nearby HotelsSee all 107 hotels in Toba
Toba Saichoraku
102 reviews
.38 km away
Toba Grand Hotel
141 reviews
1.12 km away
54 reviews
1.30 km away
Toba Ohamasou
14 reviews
1.51 km away
Nearby Restaurants
Cafe Lounge
21 reviews
1.54 km away
The Kaiya
6 reviews
2.21 km away
Kaisen Chaya Ebishima
5 reviews
2.10 km away
Toba Marche
22 reviews
2.14 km away
Nearby Attractions
Toba Aquarium
660 reviews
2.78 km away
Mikimoto Pearl Island
318 reviews
2.57 km away
Toba Tourist Information Center
23 reviews
2.13 km away
Questions & Answers
Get quick answers from Dolphin Island staff and past visitors.
Note: your question will be posted publicly on the Questions & Answers page.
Posting guidelines