SummerLand is one of the biggest water parks in Japan. Located about one hour from central Tokyo it is a great day trip. Enjoy the indoor wave pool, the multiple outdoor pools, lazy river, water slides and water playgrounds, as well as retro amusement rides (loop roller coaster, free fall, tea cups, pirate ship and more)! From late July – mid-September there are also illuminations
and fireworks at night. Great for the entire family! SummerLand is very popular so be prepared for some lines to get in, but once inside you will enjoy almost every minute! **Note: People with Tattoos are not allowed in SummerLand :-(. We also love Yomiuri Land which is another huge Japanese water park. For our list of recommended Japanese amusement parks check here.
Tokyo SummerLand – Pools, Water
Slides & Rides
SummerLand Visiting Tips
- Arrive early to get a good spot for your leisure sheet, towels or tent! I recommend outside near the lazy pool or kids area.
- Bags are searched when entering so pack only what you need. Security is similar to flying! (A couple years ago there was an incident with a razor, so all bags are searched now).
- There are lockers but each time you open it costs 600 JPY so best to only take cash and maybe one credit card (for entry tickets) and carry with you in a plastic neck carry case.
- I recommend taking the following with you if you plan to go for the day. There are store to buy but it costs an arm and leg. We paid 5,000 JPY for a plastic ring float available on Amazon or 1,000-2,000 JPY. There have air pumps at the park to inflate if you bring yours.
- Note: Large items may not be allowed in the park. Cargo wagons, carrier carts, cooler boxes (cooler boxes with castors or that exceed 50cm in height, 70cm in width and 90cm in length) and prams used to transport belongings only etc.
What to bring (all links below are Amazon associate links)
- A smaller portable cooler with water and lunch. No alcohol is allowed to be brought into SummerLand. (Cooler must be smaller than 50 cm height X 70 cm width).
- Plastic waterproof pouch to for cash, credit card, and mobile phone/camera
- Plastic inflatable floats (no hard flotation devices are permitted)
- Plastic leisure sheet for under your towels
- Sun lotion (Best Living Japan recommend sun lotion)
- Change of clothes
- Flip Flops (the deck gets hot and is not very comfortable to walk on)
- Cash (tickets can be purchased with a card, but most food and beverage is cash only)
|Summer price（7/1～10/1）||Regular price|
|Admission Fee||Free Pass||Admission Fee||Free Pass|
|3,500 yen||4,500 yen||2,000 yen||3,000 yen|
|2,500 yen||3,000 yen||1,000 yen||2,000 yen|
(Ages 2‐6 / 61 and over)
|1,800 yen||2,000 yen||1,000 yen||1,500 yen|
|■Admission Ticket: This ticket includes Admission + use of Adventure Dome (Indoor Pool) +Adventure Lagoon (Outside Pool, opens during summer season only) + Water slides (excluding DEKASLA).|
■Free Pass Ticket: This ticket includes use of facility available with the Admission ticket + use of DEKASLA (opens during summer season only) + unlimited ride on rides (excluding some part of rides, coin-operated rides). ※Adventure Lagoon(Outside Pool)：Open From July 1 to Octorber 1 only.
From Shinjuku Station take Chuo line for Ome or Okutama Station. Get off at Haijima Station (About 40min).
From Haijima Station transfer to Itsukaichi line for Akigawa Station (3rd stop about 10min).
From Akigawa Station public transportation is available by bus or taxi. By bus take the bus bound for Tokyo Summerland (About 10min).
Parking: 1,500 yen per car.
Tokyo SummerLand – Pools, Water Slides & Rides