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Amusement Park / Theme Park Spots in Tokyo Area

  • Sanrio Puroland
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    Tokyo Tamashi Ochiai 1-31
    This is a theme park in Tama City, Tokyo where you can meet Hello Kitty and other popular Sanrio characters. It is an all-weather type facility, and is a unique spot where you can have a good time even on rainy days. Full-fledged musicals and parades performed at the three theaters are popular. The park includes recreations of the worlds of each character such as My Melody, Kiki & Lara, Gudetama and so on as well as ride type attractions, which can be enjoyed all day by children and adults alike.

    I've visited Puroland a few times, with my wife and by my self. This probably isn't a full day visit for most, but probably set aside 4 hours.

  • Yomiuri Land
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    Tokyo Inagishi Yanokuchi 4015-1
    An amusement park first opened in 1964 whose grounds straddle the city of Inagi in Tokyo and Kawasaki in Kanagawa Prefecture. In addition to amusement park staples such as roller coasters and other thrilling rides, a Ferris wheel, and go-carts; Yomiuri Land also hosts more unusual attractions, like ride’s modeled after a car factory and Nissin’s U.F.O. instant yakisoba noodles. The park is filled with other fun and interesting things to see and do, as well, including a barbecue area, summer pool, seal show, character show, and winter park illumination.
  • Tokyo Dome City
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    Tokyo Bunkyou-ku Kouraku 1-3-61
    This is a general entertainment area that is centered around Tokyo Dome, the baseball stadium that is home to the Yomiuri Giants. Facilities include Tokyo Dome Attractions (the old Korakuen Amusement Park) where guests can enjoy attractions such as thrill rides and a Ferris Wheel, LaQua with its spa facilities, Korakuen Hall which is known as a holy land for martial arts, and the Tokyo Dome Hotel.
  • Toshimaen
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    Tokyo Nerima-ku Kouyama 3-25-1
    This historic amusement park has been in operation since 1926. In addition to numerous thrilling rides and attractions, the park is also famous for its diverse variety of pools and water slides open in summer. The grounds also feature a bug museum, petting zoo, fishing area, barbecue area, winter-only ice skating rink, and hot spring bath facility, making Toshimaen a perfect place for families, couples, friends, and anyone to have fun. The park also hosts a variety of events throughout the year such as flea markets and cosplay festivals. The closest station is Toshimaen Station.

    I understand that I should have looked at the weather for cast but they should have done the same thing and keep the pool closed in case people come in not expecting bad weather, me and my girlfriend...

  • KidZania Tokyo
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    Tokyo Koutou-ku Toyosu 2-4-9 Urban Dock LaLaport Toyosu NORTHPORT 3F
    This family edutainment center amusement park is located inside the Urban Dock LaLaport Toyosu commercial complex. There, kids can try out their dream jobs and have fun learning about the way society works. There are around 100 activities for kids to try out, including police work and baking. Kids are paid a special currency for the work they do and can enjoy spending the money they earned. Kids can take home most of the items they make during activities. The facility is intended for children aged 3 to 15. English-language programs are also available. We recommend making an online reservation before visiting.
  • Tokyo Joypolis
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    Tokyo Minato-ku Daiba 1-6-1 Dex Tokyo Beach 3-5F
    Located in DECKS Tokyo Beach on the Daiba island in Minato City, Tokyo, this is one of the Japan's largest rooftop indoor theme park. Combining digital and real mediums, attractions and stage shows are created around the concept of 'not your everyday experience.' Along with the most popular attraction, the Half-Pipe Tokyo ride, are many other famous game and animation character-themed collaboration attractions.
  • Mega Web
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    Tokyo Koutou-ku Aomi 1-3-12
    A giant theme park operated by the Toyota company. The park has three themed facilities. In the main Toyota City Showcase area, guests can enjoy exhibits of the latest Toyota vehicles and try driving a car of their liking on a 1.3 kilometer-long test course. In the other areas, visitors can enjoy go-carts and antique cars from around the world. Mega Web is recommended for couples, families, and groups and people of all ages.

    This place is free of charge. It shows a number of old cars from Japanese history including a few European and American cars. Quite interesting if you are fond of cars. They even have a first...

  • Tokyo Summerland
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    126 Reviews
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    Tokyo Akirunoshi Kamiyotsugi 600
    An amusement park located in Akiruno City, Tokyo. The facility features pools, attractions, restaurants, and shops which can be enjoyed year-round. There are two pool areas at the park—the Adventure Dome, an indoor area where visitors can enjoy swimming and jacuzzi relaxation regardless of the weather or time of year; and the Adventure Lagoon, an outdoor pool area only open in summer. The ride area is home to a wide variety of attractions and is popular with families and couples.

    If you have a tattoo on your body, even if it is covered with rash guard etc, you can not enter inside. Security is weak. Need crisis management of yourself and your...

  • Legoland Discovery Center Tokyo
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    298 Reviews
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    Tokyo Minato-ku Daiba 1-6-1 Dex Tokyo Beach Island Mall 3rd Floor
    An indoor entertainment facility produced by the Lego company, famed for its interlocking toy blocks. From the interior design and decorations to the events, everything is Lego-related. The facility hosts a variety of attractions, including hands-on corners where guests can use Lego bricks to build towns and trains, a 4D movie theater, and a railcar adventure. With an advance reservation, you can also enjoy a birthday party in the Legoland café. Purchase tickets via the official website to receive up to a 700 yen discount.

    This would be good when it's raining, but apart from 2 rides it's mainly an indoor play centre with a Lego theme

  • Keio Rail-Land
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    56 Reviews
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    Tokyo Hinoshi Hodokubo 3-36-39
    A museum operated by the Keio Corporation where visitors can learn about trains and transportation. In addition to a train simulation made from an actual train cab, guests can learn and practice how to be a conductor and view fascinating dioramas. For young children, there is an athletics corner as well as an area where kids can safely play with TOMY Pla Rail model railroad toys, making the museum a great place for families. A miniature railroad children can ride travels a course on the grounds outside around the trains exhibited at the museum.

    Keio Rail-Land offers many attractions, including a large-scale ‘experience simulator’ where visitors can operate a train and learn, touch, and experience how railroads work. Children can also play...

  • NAMJATOWN
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    Tokyo Toshima-ku Higashikebukuro 3-1-3 Sunshine City World Import Mart Building 2F
    This indoor theme park is located inside Ikebukuro’s Sunshine City complex. The park is divided into three towns comprised of Dokkingham Plaza where guests can enjoy fortune-telling and attractions in a western-style town, the FUKUBUKURO 7 Chome Shopping Street full of shops selling gyoza and sweets from all over the country in a setting of Japan 1950s Showa period, and the MONONOKE Unnumbered Plot land haunted by mononoke. There are many tie-ups with popular anime, games, and special effects works.
  • Tokyo Dome City Attractions
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    Tokyo Bunkyou-ku Kouraku 1-3-61
    An urban theme park located inside Tokyo Dome City, adjacent to Tokyo Metro Korakuen Station. Located in the heart of the city, the park is filled with enough attractions to entertain people of all ages for an entire day. Open year-round and with no admittance fee, Tokyo Dome City Attractions is easy to drop by anytime. The park’s most popular attraction is the Thunder Dolphin roller coaster. The coaster roars straight through the park’s Ferris wheel at 130 kilometers per hour. On the Big O, a centerless Ferris wheel, you can enjoy a romantic nightscape while music plays in the background, making this attraction particularly recommended for couples.
  • Tokyo One Piece Tower
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    Tokyo Minato-ku Shibakouen 4-2-8 Tokyo Tower Foot Town
    This permanent indoor theme park located inside Tokyo Tower's Foot Town allows visitors to experience the world of the popular animated series ONE PIECE. The first and third to fifth floors of the park offers action-packed live attractions featuring the Straw Hat Pirates, nine character-themed attractions, and more. The park also has plenty of photo spots where visitors can take photos with Luffy and friends. Sanji no Oresama Restaurant offers serious cuisine ranging from lunch buffets to dinner courses. The park's also features shops that offers exclusive merchandise, allowing visitors to fully experience the attraction of One Piece.
  • Daiba 1-chome Shoutengai
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    Tokyo Minato-ku Daiba 1-6-1 Dex Tokyo Beach Seaside Mall 4F
    A retro theme park modeled after late 1950s Japan located in Decks Tokyo Beach in the Daiba area of Minato City, Tokyo. The facility is filled with shops offering old fashioned and nostalgic items such as cheap “dagashi” sweets, toys, and Japanese lifestyle goods. The game corner is lined with retro games and play equipment like those once found on virtually every department store rooftop in Japan. The park also has a haunted house. Daiba 1-chome Shoutengai is a particularly popular destination for groups of friends and couples.
  • Giant Sky Wheel in palette town
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    Tokyo Koutou-ku Aomi 1-3-10 pallet town
    Located in the Palette Town mall in the Aomi area of Koto City, Tokyo, this Ferris wheel is one of the largest in Japan. Lit up in a rainbow of colors at night, the wheel is a symbol of Odaiba. The wheel’s biggest feature is the view it provides thanks to its great size. Riders can get a sweeping view of Tokyo landmarks such as the Tokyo Gate Bridge, the Rainbow Bridge, Tokyo Tower, and Tokyo Skytree as they slowly revolve. In addition to regular cars, the wheel is outfitted with see-through gondolas that are completely encased in glass windows save for a skeletal frame.
  • Good Job Attractions
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    Tokyo Inagishi Yanokuchi 4015-1 Yomiuri Land inside an amusement park
    This is an area of the amusement park “Yomiuri Land” that borders Inagi City, Tokyo and Kawasaki City, Kanagawa Prefecture with the theme of “manufacturing,” which opened in 2016. You can enjoy 15 kinds of attractions where you can learn about the manufacturing process and knowledge in four kinds of factories including automobile, food, fashion, and stationery. There are a variety of workshops, including making your own original “Nisshin-yaki soba U.F.O.” instant noodle pack. It is a new sensation entertainment area that is enjoyable for both from children and adults.
  • Daiba Haunted School
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    Tokyo Minato-ku Daiba 1-6-1 Dex Tokyo Beach Seaside Mall 4F (within Daiba 1-chome shopping street)
    A haunted house located inside the Decks Tokyo Beach shopping mall in 1 Chome Daiba, Minato City. Themed after a cursed abandoned school, this exciting attraction was produced by the renowned horror planner Zombie Saito.
  • Diamond and Flower Ferris Wheel
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    Tokyo Edogawa-ku Rinkaichou 6-2 Ferris Wheel in Kasai Waterfront Park
    A Tokyo Bay landmark, Diamond and Flower Ferris Wheel riders can enjoy a trip high above the ground that takes 17 minutes for a single revolution. From 117 meters in the air, you'll be able to see the Rainbow Bridge, the Aqualine Umihotaru, Tokyo Skytree, and even all the way to Mt. Fuji. At night, the Ferris wheel is lit up extravagantly.

    I strongly recommend it on a windy day, the structure is steady so it won’t cause distress, and if it’s windy, you will be able to see Mount Fuji from the top! Beautiful views

  • Aneby Trimpark Odaiba
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    Tokyo Koutou-ku Aomi 1-3-15 Odaiba Venusfort 1F
    This children's amusement facility is inside Odaiba Venus Fort. The wide open space has play equipment imported from Europe, perfectly suited to help kids grow and develop. There are all kinds of activities like trampolines, obstacle courses, exercise, pretend play and go-karts for kids from infant to elementary school age. It is well equipped with nursing rooms and stroller parking, as well. There are also regular child-rearing events, as well.
  • Team lab Planets TOKYO
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    Tokyo Koutou-ku Toyosu 6-1-16

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