Cherry blossoms in spring, pools in summer, illumination in winter – people of all ages can enjoy Tokyo's amusement park, Yomiuri Land!

Notice of extension of temporary closure (April 2, 2020 15:00 )

The YomiuriLand Amusement Park and HANA・BIYORI will be temporarily closed for the time being to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus infection.
If you have already purchased an advance ticket, please contact us below.

Email : yomi_dantai@yomiuriland.co.jp

We remain in close contact with related government agencies about the situation and kindly ask for your understanding.

Just 35 minutes from Shinjuku! Welcome to Yomiuriland, Tokyo’s largest amusement park that offers cherry blossoms in the spring, pools in the summer, illuminations in the winter, and fun for children and adults alike year-round!

Jewellumination

Yomiuriland is hosting the largest-scale illumination in the Kanto region, “Jewellumination.” Featured popular nighttime-only shows and attractions include some of the largest-scale fountain shows in the country, a roller coaster shooting through the night sky like a falling star “Starlight Bandit,” and a Ferris wheel with a panoramic view of the night cityscape! Enjoy the amusement park decorated in sparkling Jewelry-colored lights!

Learn more about Jewellumination

Goodjoba‼

“Goodjoba!!” in Yomiuriland is an area themed after “monozukuri,” or Japanese craftsmanship. The area is made up of factories that reflect 4 familiar industries: Car, food, fashion, and bungu (stationery).

Unlike at typical amusement parks, here you can learn about the processes behind manufacturing while enjoying attractions, making it perfect for a family trip in Tokyo! Each factory also offers a daily workshop where you can get hands-on experience with manufacturing!

Learn more about Goodjoba!!

POOL WAI

With beautiful palm trees and a beach-like shoreline, this pool will make you think feel like you’re at the water’s edge! A taste of the South Pacific in Tokyo♪ The fun is virtually endless at Yomiuriland’s Pool WAI!

Pool WAI offers various pools, from a classic swimming pool to a full-fledged diving pool, as well as thrilling waterslides! There are 5 pools and 3 waterslides, so you can play the time away!

Learn more about Pool WAI

Attractions

From thrilling roller coasters to family-friendly attractions, Yomiuriland has 43 different ways for you to enjoy your visit!

Furthermore, Yomiuriland features many attractions available to children 3 years of age and older who are at least 90cm tall, so even small preschool-aged children can have fun!

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One-Day Pass

We recommend the One-Day Pass to truly enjoy your trip to Yomiuriland to its fullest.

By purchasing the Yomiuriland One-Day Pass, you gain access to unlimited rides on many attractions in the park, as well as entry to the park, making it a great value ticket!

One-Day Pass Admission + all-you-can-ride
Adults (Age 18-64) 5,500 JPY
Middle and high school students (Age 12-17) 4,400 JPY
Children (Age 6-11) , Senior citizens (Age 65 and up) 3,900 JPY
Preschoolers (Age 3-5) 3,400 JPY

※If a One-Day Pass is purchased for a preschooler, One-Day Passes for up to 2 adults are made available for 4,400 yen each.

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Restaurants and Shops

The amusement park also offers guests a variety of restaurants to visit, ranging from fast food to full-fledged meals. When you get tired from all the fun you’re having, sit down for a bite to eat and regain your energy!

There are also shops selling original stationery, miscellaneous goods, limited-edition sweets that make excellent souvenirs, Studio Ghibli goods, and Giants goods, so be sure to stop by and take a look!

Nearby Facilities

There are lots of tourist facilities located around Yomiuriland, including ones accessible on foot and with just a short train ride!

For example, right next to Yomiuriland is the hot spring facility “Oka no Yu,” offering 40 baths for men and women in a Japanese-style atmosphere. Relax at Oka no Yu after having fun at Yomiuriland!

Click here for nearby area guide