LEGOLAND® Discovery Center Tokyo (Minato-ku, Tokyo)

LEGOLAND Discovery Center Tokyo, located in Minato-ku, Tokyo, is an indoor interactive theme park that will open in June 2012 in the Island Mall at DECKS Tokyo Beach. The park features attractions such as the LEGO Factory, 4D cinema and Kingdom Quest, as well as a café and shops.

 Auto Salon Amlux Tokyo (Toshima-ku, Tokyo)

Amlux Tokyo, located in Toshima-ku, Tokyo, is an auto salon operated by Toyota Motor Corporation and is about a 10 minute walk from Ikebukuro Station. Admission to the facility is free and there are many attractions that you can enjoy for free such as the Gran Turismo Corner, SAFETY Simulator, Hybrid with Punch, and Amlux Theater.

A Quick Note On The Japan Rail Pass Price Hike
The price of the wonderful Japan Rail Pass is going up a massive 62% in October but there’s still time to lock in the old rates if you’re quick. Klook still offers the old prices so if you buy before September 30th you can travel with the old prices until December 28th, 2023.

 Sanrio Puroland (Tama City, Tokyo)

Sanrio Puroland in Tama City, Tokyo, is an indoor character theme park with four floors above ground and two below, featuring Hello Kitty and other characters. The park offers various events, live shows, parades, and attractions, as well as a wide variety of shops and restaurants.

 Hello Kitty Cute Paradise (Koto-ku, Tokyo)

Hello Kitty Cute Paradise in Koto-ku, Tokyo is a mini Hello Kitty theme park located on the first floor of Venus Fort. In addition to enjoying the cute streets, you can play games, eat and drink, shop, and try your hand at making things by hand.

 KidZania Tokyo (Koto-ku, Tokyo)

KidZania Tokyo is a hands-on theme park for children between the ages of 3 and 15. There are more than 90 different jobs and activities for children to experience, as well as dining and other activities. By working, you can earn KidZos, the special currency of KidZania, which can be used to purchase services, lessons, and products.

 Gundam Front Tokyo (Koto-ku, Tokyo)

Gundam Front Tokyo in Diver City Tokyo Plaza in Koto-ku, Tokyo, is a facility where you can experience and feel the ever-evolving Gundam World, with free areas such as Gunpla Tokyo and paid areas such as DOME-G.

 Megaweb (Koto-ku, Tokyo)

Located in Koto-ku, Tokyo, Palette Town is a large-scale entertainment facility with the Giant Ferris Wheel as its symbol. The facility includes MegaWeb, an interactive amusement park, Tokyo Leisureland Palette Town, an indoor amusement facility, and Venus Fort, an entertainment shopping mall.

 Megaweb (Koto-ku, Tokyo)

MegaWeb is a space where more than 100 new Toyota cars are on display and where visitors can enjoy various car-related experiences such as test drives, motorsports simulators, safety simulators, driver’s workouts, and go-karting. The facility is a fun place for both children and adults to enjoy a variety of car-related experiences.

 Asobono (Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo)

Asobono is located in Tokyo Dome City and is an indoor facility that can be enjoyed by babies from 0 years old and up, even on rainy days. The facility is divided into five areas: Adventure Ocean, Pleasure Station, Colorful Town, Toy Forest, and Crawling Garden (an area exclusively for babies aged 0 to 2).

 NHK Studio Park (Shibuya-ku, Tokyo)

NHK Studio Park is a facility open to the public where you can enjoy hands-on activities such as the Animation Factory, Creative Lab, Studio Park, and viewing of public programs (“Saturday Studio Park: Your Voice Answered,” “Studio Park Kara Konnichiwa,” etc.) and commemorative photo sessions. and photo booths.

 Daiba 1-chome Shopping Street (Minato-ku, Tokyo)

Daiba 1-Chome Shopping Arcade is a theme park on the 4th floor of the Seaside Mall at DECKS Tokyo Beach that recreates a retro townscape inspired by the 1950s. You can enjoy the game corner, haunted house, candy store, retro GOTS store, etc. while enjoying the old-fashioned atmosphere.

 Tokyo Trick Art Labyrinth Museum (Minato-ku, Tokyo)

Tokyo Trick Art Labyrinth Museum is located on the 4th floor of the Island Mall at DECKS Tokyo Beach, and is an Edo-themed trick art museum that uses optical illusions to have fun. There are five areas in the museum: “Not-So-Scary Haunted House Area,” “Trick Art Masterpiece Area,” “Brain Training Corner,” “Goods Corner,” and “Edo Area.

 Namco Nanja Town (Toshima-ku, Tokyo)

Namco Nanja Town is an indoor theme park operated by Namco and located within Ikebukuro Sunshine City, about a 10-minute walk from Ikebukuro Station. Inside the facility, you can enjoy food theme parks such as Ikebukuro Gyoza Stadium, Ice Cream City, and Tokyo Dessert Republic, as well as various attractions, shows, and more.

 Tokyo Okashi Land (Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo)

Tokyo Okashi Land is a confectionary-themed facility that brought together three major confectionary manufacturers, Ezaki Glico, Morinaga Seika, and Calbee, in April 2012 in Tokyo Ichibangai, the Yaesu Exit of Tokyo Station. The facility sells a variety of confectionaries that can only be tasted here, such as freshly fried potato chips, almond chocolate, and drinking cream puffs.

Tokyo Trip Checklist

  • To book hotels in Tokyo consistently returns the best prices. Remember to book early, especially for your weekend dates.
  • The Much loved Japan Rail Pass will Surge in Price by a massive 70% in October. You can still buy at the old prices here.
  • We recommend a 1,2 or 3-day Tokyo Unlimited Subway Pass to get around Tokyo cheaply and easily. Get one here.
  • If you plan on visiting Mt Fuji check out our list of the best Mt Fuji group or private tours from Tokyo
  • You’ll need a prepaid sim or Portable WIFI to stay connected in Japan: Japan Wireless has the best deals
  • Here’s a list of the best things to do in Tokyo this month (August)
  • To ensure you have all the important things covered see our Tokyo travel guide.
  • For more hotel booking help check out the following popular articles:
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