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Yomiuriland Admission Ticket in Tokyo

4.8 251 reviews | 3K+ Booked
US$ 52.95
US$ 42.89
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US$ 13.69
US$ 10.95
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Tokyo Sanrio Puroland Admission Ticket

4.7 5,033 reviews | 100K+ Booked
Hurry and get your Tokyo Sanrio Puroland tickets early for one of the most popular theme parks in Japan! Sanrio Puroland is located in Tamo New Town and is home to an abundance of rides and attractions inspired by such famous and loved characters as Hello Kitty, My Melody, Jewelpet and more! Watch the characters perform in musicals and march in parades, go on rides and visit the theme park's gift shops for fun souvenirs and memorabilia only found there. A true Mecca for all Hello Kitty fans, the park features Kitty's house full of stories and portraits of her family, displays of her purses, jewelry and more. The theme park has three live theaters, one film theatre and dessert themed attraction areas: sweet(s), ice cream, bread, juice and chocolate factories.
US$ 34.69
US$ 18.05
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Oedo-Onsen-Monogatari Admission Ticket

4.7 7,311 reviews | 100K+ Booked
Situated in Odaiba near the stunning Tokyo Bay, experience the relaxation of Ooedo-Onsen-Monogatari, one of Tokyo's premier natural onsen (hot spring) theme parks. Enjoy onsen your way with 13 varieties of baths including indoor baths using water from natural hot springs that gush up from the source 1,400 meters underground. For an extra fancy experience try the incredible bath of silk which soothes tired muscles and gives off a truly refreshing feel. What's more, spend the afternoon strolling about in casual yukata robes through the Hirokoji and Happakuyacho shopping arcades that recreate the vibrant bustle of the Shitamachi section of old Tokyo.
US$ 25.29
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Utsunomiya Zoo & Amusement Park Ticket

4.3 3 reviews | 400+ Booked
US$ 12.79
US$ 10.95
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Tokyo Joypolis Passport

4.5 1,010 reviews | 10K+ Booked
Try thrilling theme park rides and amazing attractions and games all in Japan’s biggest indoor theme park found in Odaiba, Tokyo. With the Tokyo Joypolis Passport, you’ll gain unlimited access in and out of the park and you’ll be able to try the myriad of rides and games within the park. Test your courage in the Resident Evil-themed BIOHAZARD, and go on an adventure through the jungle with the Wild Jungle Brothers. Feel like being a detective? See the Phoenix Wright Ace game! Brave an action packed 360-degree ride in Transformers Human-Alliance special and go on a futuristic bobsled ride in Storm G! Because you have unlimited entries in and out of the park for the day, you can go out and explore the rest of Odaiba or go shopping and head back as you please. There’s something for everyone of all ages at this indoor theme park in Tokyo.
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What people are saying about Theme Parks in Tokyo

Kim Arnel Published 218 days ago
It was a different kind of experience but something for the books. It was a huge place to relax with separate onsens for men and women. Then theres stores and a variety of stalls and restaurants to dine and chill. Located in Odaiba which has a different vibe compared to Tokyo. Will definitely visit again when things are well. Thanks Klook as always!
LUIS GO Published 538 days ago
We went to Tokyo Joypolis which is located in DECKS at Odaiba. It is an indooor amusement park. Going this place is very accessible by public transport. We went to Tokyo Joypolis at 10am so that we can maximize all the rides. It is very easy to get inside as we only need to show our voucher. No lines. Inside Joypolis, we tried the following attractions: - Pirate's plunder - Spicy Taxi - Zero Latency VR - Tower Tag VR E sports - The house of the dead 4 SP - Sonic athletics - Transformers Human Alliance Special The Joypolis staff are very friendly
Lady Gene Published 547 days ago
Enjoyed every minute! The rides are fun for both adults and young ones. Plus I don't need to worry about the heat of the sun nor getting wet from the rain because the rides are indoors. Don't miss these rides: Gekion Live Coaster and Halfpipe Tokyo at the GF, Transformers Human Alliance at the 2F, Wilding and Wild Jungle Hunt 3D rides at 3F
Aimee Published 553 days ago
Such a cute place to visit while in Tokyo. Even the meals served at the food court are adorable (a little bit on the expensive side, but still tasty and cute). It was raining the day we went, however with it being indoors, the weather wasnt an issue. It takes about an hour to get there by train from central Tokyo, and requires a few train change overs depending on where you’re coming from. Any Hello Kitty/Sanrio fan will enjoy visiting this place.
Jonie Published 553 days ago
Redemption was a breeze at Narita International Airport. Took the free shuttle bus from Tokyo Teleport station, had a little trouble finding the bus stop, but later found out that the bus stop was marked on the timetable. Loved the onsen experience, as well as the themed common area. Ease yourself slowly into the footbath as there are acupressure rocks lined on the bottom. An enjoyable experience for a first-time onsen experience.
Vivian Published 554 days ago
Highly recommend any travellers to come to this place to relax after a whole day of walking and shopping in the city. You will get to enjoy the japanese culture/food/mini games here! They even provide Dyson hair dryers, skin toner, moisturiser and hair lotion at every dressing table after our onsen bath! After leaving, you can hop up their free shuttle bus just right beside the entrance/exit. We alighted at the Tokyo Stn.

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