TOKYO (NBC/RTV) — Thousands of goldfish, music, lights and scents come together for a sensory display at a Tokyo aquarium.
The new attraction for art lovers features more than 50 plastic and Venetian glass containers holding 30 types of goldfish from across Japan.
Artist Hidetomo Kimura, who’s obsessed with all things aquatic, produces the art aquarium every year.
He made the artsy fish tanks, produced the dreamy music and even filled the air with fragrant Japanese incense.
Visitors can relax, watch the fish swim and enjoy the show.
The display officially opened Friday and will last through the end of summer.