Second Lego-themed park establishment to open after Johor Bahru in Malaysia, it is reportedly significantly smaller than the very popular and iconic Tokyo Disneyland.
According to Wikipedia, the park management has expressed interest in building a hotel and marine life aquarium next to it, possibly in 2018. Saying that, the theme park itself has built its success around its signature highlights like the miniland which featuring iconic landmarks around the country, like Tokyo Station and Nagoya Castle.
Here, also check out more japan-exclusive attractions such as Bricktopia, where you can create and race lego cars (and also ride on the carousel Brick Party).
1000 - 1700/1800/1900 hours (GMT+9)
Depending on the day
Please see official opening hours and closed day schedule on the Legoland® Japan official website before going to the park. Closed on 4, 5, 6 May and every Tuesday and Wednesday in June.
One-day Pass to Legoland Japan
Ages 13 years and above
Ages 3-12 years
How To Buy
1. Purchase online
2. Receive an email confirmation with the e-voucher within 2 working days
3. Please present your voucher at Legoland® redemption location in exchange for your physical admission ticket
4. Enjoy your visit
Tours and tickets are subjected to availability and are not confirmed until a second confirmation email is received. In the event if the date selected is not available, alternative arrangements will be communicated via email.
Take the Aonami Line from Nagoya Station and get off at Kinjofuto Station. The park is a 10 min walk from Kinjofuto Station Redemption location: right-hand side of entrance, at the group ticketing counter.