The Far Eastern marine reserve


The Far East Marine Biosphere Reserve was created in 1978 in the Sea of Japan with the goal of preserving, protecting and studying the area’s very diverse and fascinating underwater world.

The Far East Marine Biosphere Reserve was created in 1978 in the Sea of Japan with the goal of preserving, protecting and studying the area’s very diverse and fascinating underwater world. The reserve’s aquatorium is home to more than 5,000 species of plants and animals, 150 of which are in the Red Book.