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Yomiuriland Amusement Park, Tokyo – Water & Ride Park

Yomiuriland Amusement Park is an all inclusive amusement ride and in the summer months water park. A 30 train ride from Shinjuku, your family can enjoy a hot day at one of the six pools, over 30 amusement rides and a wide selection of snack shacks and restaurants. The WAI Pool Park is open from July – October and costs between 2,000 – Yomiuriland, Tokyo Amusement Park, BestLivingJapan3,200 JPY for an all inclusive one day pass to the pools. An all inclusive WAI Pool Park and Amusement Park ticket runs 5,000 – 6,000 JPY for the day. Note little ones under 110 cms can not ride the large rides or the waterslides, but my under 105 cm daughter had plenty of choices to entertain her and loved the day. There are many groups of junior and high school kids by themselves since it is a very safe environment for a day away from parents. We went on a Japanese school day, and the park was empty with no Yomiuriland, Tokyo Amusement Park, BestLivingJapanlines at all. However, I heard on weekends and holidays it gets rather busy. Enjoy a family fun day at Yomiuriland by checking out their English website with more details.

Yomiuriland Amusement Park, Tokyo – Water & Ride Park

Yomiuriland, Tokyo Amusement Park, BestLivingJapanGeneral Tips:

  1. If you are not a big ride person you can buy just the amusement park entry free for about 1,000 yen and pay per ride as you go, 500 – 800 JPY per ride.
  2. Take a stroller for little ones. There is quite a distance to cover. The park has ramps throughout so very stroller friendly.
  3. Start with the giant ferris wheel ride (Dai-Kanransha) to view the park and figure out your plan of action for the day.
  4. No alcoholic beverages are allowed to be taken into the parks.

Waterpark Tips:

  1. Take a collapsable sun tent (must be under 150 cms in height) and set it up near the pool area for a prime family location.
  2. Take your own water floats (rings and single person rafts allowed). These items are sold at the park but 3X the Yomiuriland, Tokyo Amusement Park, BestLivingJapannormal price. You can inflate for free once you enter the park.
  3. Take a cooler with food and drink. Amusement park food is overpriced and mediocre quality.
  4. You must wear swimwear.
  5. Water diapers are allowed.
  6. No tattoos can be shown or you will not be allowed in the pool park.

Amusement Park Rides: There are over 32 rides which include a few roller coasters (standing-up, sitting down, splash and loop), the big ferris wheel, go carts, and various swinging, dropping and lunging rides. If you plan to ride over 3-5 rides best to get an all inclusive ticket. There are six rides kids under 110 cm can ride by themselves and a few they ride with adults like the ferris wheel and go carts.

Yomiuriland, Tokyo Amusement Park, BestLivingJapanWAI Waterpark – There are six pool/play areas to enjoy. 

1. Wave pool. Great place to bring waterings or a raft.
2. Nagara pool which pushes you around a loop also 1 meter deep.
3. Diving pool which has three diving boards; 1 meter, 0.5 meter and 0.25 meter boards.
4. Regular swimming pool which is about 0.5 -1.0 meter deep
5. Kiddie pool which is 0.5 meter deep and has various ANPAMAN characters, slides and other fun entertainment.
6. 3 water slides

General Amenities in the Waterpark include:

  • rental seats from 6,000 – 10,000 JPY for two deck chairsYomiuriland, Tokyo Amusement Park, BestLivingJapan
  • coin locker for 300-500 JPY
  • showers and driers
  • free air pumps for floats

Prohibited in the park
Alcohol beverages, snorkel gear, pets, face masks excluding goggles, oil based sun protection, body boards, deck chair and sun umbrellas. Strollers are mentioned to be not allowed on the website, but I had no problem bringing mine.

 

Yomiuriland, Tokyo Amusement Park, BestLivingJapan
Yomiuriland Amusement Park Details

Address: 4015−1  Yanokuchi, Inagi, Tokyo (東京都稲城市矢野口4015-1)
Phone: 044-966-1111
Business hours: M-T 10:00 – 17:00; F-Sun 10:00 – 20:00; July 21-Aug 30 most days are 10:00 – 20:00 (check schedule); From November – February the park is closed on Tuesdays except for national holidays and school holidays and the park closes at 4:30 p.m.
Cost: See below. 

Yomiuriland AMUSEMENT PARK PRICES (Non-POOL)

Tickets Adult
(18-64)
Junior
(12-17)
Child
(3-11)
Senior
(over 65)
ONEDAY PASSPORT
(Admission + 37 Attractions + Sea lion show)
¥5,400 ¥4,300 ¥3,800 ¥4,500
ADMISSION TICKET
(For admission only)
¥1,800 ¥1,500 ¥1,000 ¥800
HIYOKO PASSPORT
(Admission +21Attractions for children + Sea lion show)
¥3,800 ¥3,300 ¥3,000 ¥3,300

WAI POOL PARK AND AMUSEMENT PARK PRICES

Adult

(18-64)

Junior & High School 3-elementary Senior

(65 & above)

Pool Pass

(Pool+Admission to Amusement park)

3,200 JPY 2,500 JPY 2,100 JPY 2,000 JPY
Pool and One Day Amusement Pass
(Pool and all you can ride amusement
6,000 JPY 5,300 JPY 5,000 JPY 5,300 JPY

Website: http://www.yomiuriland.com/english/
Access: Yomiuriland is a 30 min train ride from Shinjuku via that Keio and Odakyu line. From the Yomiuriland station take the Gondola Sky Shuttle (300 yen) to the park gate. Car parking is also available for 1,500 per day.

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