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Space Athletic Tondemi, Heiwajima (Tokyo) & Makuhari (Chiba)

Space Athletic Tondemi

Space Athletic Tondemi just opened (July 12, 2018) their second location in Heiwajima, Tokyo. This is following the huge success of Space Athletic in Makuhari Chiba (トンデミ). Space Atheletic is a great indoor activity center to spend 90 mins bouncing, climbing and running. The Tondemi in Heiwajima is 2X as …

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Top Theme Parks in Japan

Summer break is almost here for most International Schools. If you`re planning on staying in Japan for the summer or even for a bit before your return home we recommend visiting some theme parks before Japanese schools let out. Japan has many amazing theme parks to offer from parks with thrill …

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Sanrio Puroland, Tama – Tips and Discounts for your Visit

Sanrio Puroland

Sanrio Puroland is an adorable indoor amusement park for Sanrio character fans, young children and adults who are kids at heart. You are surrounded by cute food and attractions, and dynamic, well-produced shows. We visited on a Friday and spent half a day exploring the various floor and attractions. Our …

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Arakawa Amusement Park 荒川遊園, Arakawa-ku, Tokyo – Old Time Fun and Prices

Arakawa Amusement Park 荒川遊園

Arakawa Amusement Park is one stop amusement rides, a petting zoo and in the summer a water splash river. It is only 100 yen to enter the park. Arakawa Amusement Park opened in 1950 and is the only ward-operated amusement park in Tokyo. Arakawa Amusement Park 荒川遊園, Arakawa-ku, Tokyo We recommend …

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Hanayashiki Amusement Park, Asakusa – The Oldest Amusement Park in Japan

Hanayashiki Amusement Park, Asakusa

If you have “templed out” the kids visiting Sensō-ji in the morning, a 2-3 hour visit to Hanayashiki Amusement Park is the perfect afternoon. Located immediately behind Sensō-ji  (a top 3 place to visit on most Tokyo trip lists) is the oldest amusement park in Japan. The Hanayashiki Amusement Park offers over …

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