Are you visiting Tokyo and in the mood for speedy roller coasters? Or perhaps you want to enjoy the atmosphere and go on a date? We made a top 7 list of best amusement parks that you should put on your bucket list! From well-known amusement parks like Tokyo Disney Land to lesser known ones like Asakusa Hanashiki, these amusement parks are all unique and a fun way to experience Japanese culture!
Of course Tokyo Disneyland has to be included in this list! The famous theme park is located in Chiba prefecture, just outside of Tokyo Disneyland. It's a popular theme park for families, students, couples and friends! The huge park has amazing rides, shows and stores surrounding your favorite Disney characters, it's a must-visit! They even have unique seasonal themes and menus for example for Halloween and Christmas!
Tokyo Disney Sea is located right next to Tokyo Disneyland and is unique to Japan! The park has a water theme and has rides and shows to fit this. Find yourself in the world of Pirates or the Little Mermaid you will definitely enjoy yourself! This park is more popular with adults than families because there are more roller coasters and less child-friendly rides. You can also drink alcohol in the park which is another reason why Tokyo Disney Sea is popular!
Do you love anything kawaii? Then you should definitely visit Sanrio Puroland! This theme park is all about the cute Sanrio characters like Hello Kitty, Gudetama and My Melody! Because this park is indoors it's the perfect to visit on a rainy day. All attractions as well as shows and goodies thay are being sold are Sanrio-themed! Fans from all over the world visit this park to enjoy kawaiiness.
Yomiuri Land is although not as famous as Disney one of the larger amusement parks in the Tokyo area! There are over 30 amusement rides and also 6 pools! Every season has a reason to visit the park. In summer you can enjoy the various pools, in spring you can see about 1000 cherry blossom trees and in winter the park has beautiful illuminations!
Tokyo Dome is conveniently located in the centre of Tokyo. You can enjoy various thrilling rides including roller coasters and the Wonder Drop ride that drops you over 13 meters! However, this park is actually popular among visitors from all ages so make sure to put this on your list!
This park is supposedly the oldest amusement park in Japan, it opened its doors in 1853! The neighborhood Asakusa is a popular tourist spot and famous for its temples and traditional Japanese atmosphere. The park is less flashy and modern when compared to the other parks but it's unique. The history and the ninja history
Did you ever visit an amusement park in Tokyo? Which one would you like to visit? Any we should add to this list? Let us know in the comments below!
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