This is an image of Mr. Amano's big room aquarium during its installation. It is a perfect example of how a love for aquariums can be incorporated into one's house. At this point in its construction, no electrical appliances have yet been installed. It is just a bare tank with the walls and roof surrounding it. You can see skylight behind the tank - apparently there is some sort of window or clear skylight roof that allows natural light (southern exposure?) over the top of the tank. This tank is enormous, but of course the larger the tank the better it is to observe the natural ecology of its inhabitants. I chose this image because I am most interested in the way in which the tank was setup. But to really appreciate it you have to see it full of emergent plants and schools of tropical fish (as most pictures of the tank do, just visit the links below). It is essentially in its own alcove off the side of a large room. In some images you will see that the wall to the right is completely open to a traditional Japanese garden.