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

Local guide

Here's a summary of some local tourist spots you can readily go to from Yomiuri Land!

Tourist spots you can readily go to on foot from the amusement park

Okanoyu

Time required from Yomiuri Land: About a 4 minute walk

Okanoyu is a hot spring facility next to Yomiuri Land. Both men and women can enjoy a combination of 40 types of baths amid Japanese ambiance.

We recommend the spacious open air bath! You can spend a relaxing time in the roughly 520 square meter open air area for both men and women. In the spring you can view the cherry blossoms, and in autumn you can look at the fall leaves!

Relax at Okanoyu after having fun at Yomiuri Land!

Details

Address 3302-8 Yanokuchi, Inaga City, Tokyo
Access A 4 minute walk from Yomiuri Land
Fee Weekdays Adults: 670 yen Children: 410 yen
Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays Adults: 770 yen Children: 460 yen
Business hours 10:00 am-12:00 am
Closed Irregular (please check the calendar on the official website))
Warnings Anyone with a tattoo cannot use it
Recommended plan Drop by after spending a fun day at Yomiuri Land!
Website https://yomiuriland.com/okanoyu/index.html
Tourist spots accessible on the Keio Line

Jindaiji Temple

Time required from Yomiuri Land: About 30 minutes by gondola, train, and bus

You can enjoy beautiful architecture and nature at the historic Jindaiji Temple, said to have opened in the mid-8th century. The stunning main gate and temple building are must-sees!

The old-fashioned streets also remain in the surrounding area, so you can also experience a taste of what Japan was like in the old days. There are various things to enjoy for everyone, including eating soba noodles, a local specialty, and making your own pottery!

Go off the beaten path and enjoy Japanese experience like no other at Jindaiji Temple!

Details(please see the official website for details)

Address 5-15-1 Jindaijimotomachi, Chofu City, Tokyo
Access From the bus terminal at the central entrance to Chofu Station on the Keio Line, board either ”吉14”(Kichi) or ”調35“(Cho). Get off in front of Jindaiji Elementary School, and it takes about 5 minutes from there on foot
Fee Free
Recommended plan In the morning, walk around Jindaiji Temple. For lunch, try the local specialty Jindaiji soba noodles! → Head over to Yomiuri Land, and try out the attractions starting in the afternoon! At night, there is a swimming pool in the summer, and you can enjoy the decorative lights in autumn and the winter.
Website https://www.jindaiji.or.jp/en/

Mitsui Outlet Park Tama Minami Osawa

Time required from Yomiuri Land: About 30 minutes by gondola and train

Mitsui Outlet Park Tama Minami Osawa is an outlet mall you can get to from Shinjuku without having to transfer trains. The vast complex with about 110 stores is irresistible for all shopping-lovers!

After having fun at Yomiuri Land, how about also enjoying some shopping?

Details(please see the official website for details)

Address 1-600 Minamiosawa, Hachioji City, Tokyo
Access About a 2 minute walk from Minami Osawa Station on the Keio Line
Business hours 10:00 am-10:00 pm
Recommended plan Have fun at Yomiuri Land until the evening! → Head over to the outlet mall, and enjoy some shopping and dinner.
Website https://mitsui-shopping-park.com/mop/tama/english/

Sanrio Puroland

Time required from Yomiuri Land: About 25 minutes by gondola and train

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This is an indoor theme park where you can interact with Sanrio's characters, including "Hello Kitty." Immerse yourself in the world of Sanrio's characters to your heart's content, with such features as the exciting parade, attractions where you can take pictures with Hello Kitty, and more.

Yomiuri Land and Sanrio Puroland are close to each other, so a lot of people enjoy both amusement parks in a single day!

Discount tickets

If you want to have fun at a discount, we recommend a special one-day ticket that includes a round-trip on the Keio Line and admission into Yomiuri Land.

For details, see the ticket website KLOOK.

Go along the Keio Line with a discount ticket!

Details(please see the official website for details)

Address 1-31 Ochiai, Tama City, Tokyo
Access About a 5 minute walk from Keio-tama-center Station on the Keio Line
Business hours Weekdays 10:00 am - 5:00 pm, Holidays 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
*See the official website for details that differ depending on the day.
Recommended plan Spend time having fun at Sanrio Puroland until the afternoon. → Head over to Yomiuri Land, and try out the attractions starting in the evening! At night, there is a swimming pool open at night, and you can enjoy the decorative lights in autumn and the winter.
Website https://www.puroland.jp/
Tourist spots accessible on the Odakyu Line

The Fujiko F. Fujio Museum in Kawasaki-city

Time required from Yomiuri Land: About 40 minutes by bus, and train

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Fujiko F. Fujio is the comic artist who created "Doraemon", a character representative of Japan. Through his works, this museum lets you see the lure of comics.

Come here to see the origin of "Cool Japan," that fascinated the world!

Details(please see the official website for details)

Address 2-8-1 Nagao, Tama-ku, Kawasaki City, Kanagawa
Access About a 16 minute walk from Mukogaoka-yuen Station on the Odakyu Line
Business hours 10:00 am-6:00 pm
Warnings Prior reservation is required. See the official website for details.
Recommended plan Visit the Fujiko F. Fujio Museum in the morning. → Head over to Yomiuri Land in the afternoon and enjoy the attractions!
Website http://fujiko-museum.com/english/

Gotokuji Temple

Time required from Yomiuri Land: About 50 minutes by bus, and train

Do you know about the "maneki neko" (beckoning cat)? This is an ornament that has been passed down for a long time in Japan as a good-luck charm.

At Gotokuji Temple, you can see tons of maneki neko ornaments! There are cats, cats, and more cats as far as the eye can see. Their cuteness is sure to captivate you.

Of course, the maneki neko ornaments are not the only thing worth seeing. On the grounds, there still remains the charms of traditional Japanese Buddhist temples, including a three-story pagoda, a bell tower, and more.

After having fun at Yomiuri Land, how about refreshing yourself at a historic temple with maneki neko ornaments?

Details

Address 2-24-7 Gotokuji, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo
Access About a 7 minute walk from Gotokuji Station on the Odakyu Line
Business hours 6:00 am - 6:00 pm

Hakone and Enoshima

Time required from Yomiuri Land:

Hakone About 2 hours by bus, and train

Enoshima About 1 hour and 20 minutes by bus, and train

If you are taking a longer trip, how about going to either Hakone or Enoshima?

At Hakone's representative hot spring town, you can experience traditional Japanese hot spring culture. There are also tourist spots around the area, including Lake Ashinoko and Owakudani, so you are sure to have fun for a whole day!

Enoshima is a little closer than Hakone, and has a distinctively beautiful town that faces the ocean. The scenery at sunset is magnificent, and this is a well-known spot for picturesque scenery in Japan. There are also a lot of other things worth seeing including Enoshima Shrine, Enoshima Aquarium, and more! We also recommend that you enjoy Japan's seafood.

Details

Access to Hakone Get off at Hakone-Yumoto Station on the Odakyu Line
Recommended plan Head to Yomiuri Land in the morning and have fun until the evening! → In the evening, head over to Hakone on the Odakyu Line. Stay one night at a ryokan inn and enjoy the hot springs!
Hakone's website https://hakone-japan.com/
Access to Enoshima Get off at Katase-Enoshima Station on the Odakyu Line
Recommended plan Head to Yomiuri Land in the morning and have fun until the afternoon! → In the afternoon, head over to Enoshima. Walk around Enoshima while viewing the famous sunset.
Enoshima's website https://www.discover-fujisawa.jp/