The Kuroshio Sea: Japan’s Spectacular 2-Million Gallon Aquarium Tank!

The Kuroshio Sea: Japan’s Spectacular 2-Million Gallon Aquarium Tank

Kuroshio Sea is an amazing short film by the acclaimed filmmaker Jon Rawlinson, with music provided by Barcelona.  Rawlinson studied at the Vancouver Film School, where he was a top student in the New Media program.  Kuroshio Sea was filmed at the Okinawa Churaumi Aquarium in Japan; the main tank, called The Kuroshio Sea, holds 1,981,290 gallons of water and features the world’s second largest acrylic glass panel.  Whale sharks and manta rays are kept amongst many other fish species in the main tank.  The film is presented here in HD and it’s best watched in fullscreen.  You’ll feel like you’re right there!!

The Kuroshio Sea: Japan’s Spectacular 2-Million Gallon Aquarium Tank

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One Response to “The Kuroshio Sea: Japan’s Spectacular 2-Million Gallon Aquarium Tank!”

  1. severny productions Says:

    so beautiful


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