Goldfish Wonderland in Tokyo

Date: 7/12-10/31

Time: 9AM-9PM

Place: 5•6F Tokyo Skytree Town Soramachi, 1-2 Oshiage 1 Chome, Sumida-Ku, Tokyo, Japan

Entrance:

Adult ¥2,500

High School Student ¥1,500

Middle School and Elementary ¥1,000

Children 3y/o and above ¥600

Children 3 years and under: free

A nostalgic blend of Showa scenery and colorful schools of goldfish

In the first year of the Reiwa Era (2019), the largest Goldfish Exhibition, “Edorium,” a fashionably retro goldfish exhibition with the theme “Nostalgic,” is wafting Showa Era atmosphere at Sumida Aquarium.

Showa-themed advertising billboards, miscellaneous goods, goldfish lantern decorations and music, take you back in time.

If you walk above the surface of a projected video, water ripples appear as if you’re walking on water.

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10-year-old Ryan Hickman Makes A Difference Through Recycling

Website: Ryan’s Recycling Company

YouTube: Ryan Hickman

“If I can do it, anyone can do it.”

-Ryan Hickman

10-year-old Ryan Hickman has been recycling cans, plastic bottles, and glasses since he was 3 years old.

Ever since, he has been picking up trash from the neighborhood and has been taking them to recycling centers to be made into new things.

The reason why he got into recycling was because it’s good for the environment and he wanted to make a difference.

He now has a recycling company, “Ryan’s Recycling Company,” where a customer contacts him to pick their cans and bottles to be recycled. His dad helps him with the driving and the carrying of heavy stuff.

He hosts a YouTube channel, Ryan Hickman, where he explains what are recyclable and not, answers letters about recycling, does beach clean-ups, and other recycling-related videos.

He also gives talks about recycling at schools and start recycling programs, as well as donate garbage cans with easy to understand labels so that they can recycle right.

He sometimes drives around his neighborhood with his mini car, collecting cans and bottles.

Ryan has donated a total of $9,000 to PMMC (Pacific Marine Mammal Center) out of the money he got from recycling. Aside from that, he is saving money to buy a recycling truck.

To help make a difference, visit Ryan’s Recycling

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