Wall-Mounted Aquariums from Mikaza Home

Wall-Mounted Aquariums from Mikaza Home

These wall mounted aquariums will add an atmosphere of life and sophistication to any room or office. As the tank is fully mounted on the wall, there’s no need for a stand or table, thus drawing the eye directly to the tank. The low profile of these aquariums match the modern look of plasma TV units. They can be mounted at any height keeping them at eye level and away from small pets. All necessary equipment is included and fully integrated behind the frame, leaving nothing but the natural beauty of the fish and water for the viewer. Various sizes and colours are available both in glass and acrylic versions. These can be purchased in North America through MIKAZA HOME , based out of Ottawa, Canada. Prices range from $US 350 to 750.


  • falnfenix July 14, 2008 at 13:13 PMLogin to Reply →

    these may be pretty (and really, they are!!) but they’re NOT healthy for the fish! fish need more room than those tanks will afford – one goldfish, for example, needs at minimum a 10 gallon tank…and don’t even THINK about doing a saltwater setup in a tank like that.

  • brain juice July 14, 2008 at 22:12 PMLogin to Reply →


    Tank: 246.4 lbs
    Water 8 x 40.6 = 325.6 lbs
    Total: 572 lbs

    Hanging on a wall??? That won’t last long.

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  • Mihran July 28, 2008 at 18:26 PMLogin to Reply →

    Just wanted to say, I bought one of these aquariums from Mikaza Home. I am really happy with it. It holds 17 gallons so enough space for small cichlids, live bearers etc. I wouldn’t do salt water set up in these however. Also, it was easy to set up and has been running great for about 2 weeks now! The owners of Mikaza have been aquarists for 20 years and seemed knowlegable and were very honest and polite!

  • MEEP October 17, 2008 at 23:54 PMLogin to Reply →

    thats pretty cool but i just don’t want to clean things like this
    if i had a whole cleaning crew then it would be awesome i would put aquariums everywhere and have lots of COWFISH

  • Karizmatik February 2, 2009 at 07:41 AMLogin to Reply →

    In reply to FalnFenix: These fish tanks are perfectly fine for fish.
    The business I own have been making these since 2001 – A lot longer
    than this one out of Ottawa I guess. Anyway, I have one setup at home
    and my fish constantly breed – Growth isn’t stunted, no side affects.
    And it’s been up for years. Most fish books will tell you fish need
    that typical ’10 gallons per fish’ – But it’s just a guideline and
    really shouldn’t be taken seriously. Of course, we do recommend sticking
    to tropical fish that are a tad smaller – You clearly wouldn’t be something
    huge in these things.

  • lea May 5, 2009 at 04:38 AMLogin to Reply →

    aquariums are bad enough. now wall mounted fish tanks? is your life any better with a fish on your wall? the fish’s life would be much better if he were in his natural habitat.

  • Dur Tahar July 19, 2009 at 00:15 AMLogin to Reply →

    Yes lea, I’m sure my bettas would be much happier in the wild where they’re likely to be killed by another passing fish, just like a lot of fish are. I’m definitely sure that it also has the mental capacity to have this thought about how much better its life would be if it wasn’t in a spacious tank where it is fed consistently and never attacked or harmed in any way.

  • namshif August 26, 2009 at 04:51 AMLogin to Reply →

    i totally agree that these tanks are way too narrow! great idea, but not enough of an opening to keep fish happy (let alone alive). fish need oxygen, so in my experience these become more of a bubble tank than fish tanks.

  • ally April 30, 2010 at 13:05 PMLogin to Reply →

    Beautiful and impractical. The projection, the weight of tank and water, the cleaning- can’t possibly conform to any uk regulations