Mar/20 - Apr/5, 2020 Sakura Viewing in amusement park "Yomiuriland"3.5
from 3/23 '20 to 4/5 '20
※Yomiuri Land announced they will be closing until Mar.22(Sun) due to the coronavirus fears. For more details, please check the official website.
"Yomiuri Land" is Tokyo's largest amusement park. You can enjoy over 44 rides and attractions!
In Sping, about 1000 sakura cherry trees bloom, and Yomiuri Land has really found a great way of viewing sakura with their rides. During the spring when the park is filled with sakura cherry blossom trees, you can get up close to the sakura blossoms while you ride attractions like their roller coaster Bandit, the ferris wheel, and the gondola that takes you into the park.
Enjoy the amusement park's sakura cherry blossoms with an aerial view from the gondora and thrilling rides!
Sakura cherry trees are lit up at night.
Yomiuri Land 's illuminatiln display features 6.5 million jewel-like LED lights, called "Juwellmination". The combination of Juwllmination and sakura pink makes such a gorgeous view you never seen, it takes you to a world of radiance!
Sakura Light-up: 16:00 - 20:00
Dates: March 20 - April 5, 2020
Opening hours: 9:00 - 20:00
Address: 4015-1, Yanokuchi, Inagi city, Tokyo
Access: Take the gondola “Sky Shuttle” from Keio Yomiuriland Station on the Keio Line.
Admission only: 1,800 yen(adult) / 1,500 yen (junior and senior high school student) / 1,000 yen (the other child) / 1,000 yen (65 and older)
Night Ticket (after 4PM~) : 1,500 yen(adult) / 800 yen (junior and senior high school student) / 500 yen (child) / 500 yen (65 and older) / Free (infant)
Parking : 2,000 lots available (1,500 yen/day)
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Purposeeasily accessible,couple,thrilling,experience,night view,Seasonal Flowers,cherry blossom viewing,sightseeing,let's hang out!
Airport/Sta.Keio's Yomiuri land sta. (about 900m) Google Transit
We guide this spot.
3.0in the last week
I went to the pool portion and I was disappointed. No wear to sit... had to sit on very hard rough plastic ground. Only 2 water slides so even with the “limited attendance” the wait was long. Everything was pretty packed I can’t imagine there ever being more people. Also they don’t provide floats for the lazy river and the cheapest ones were 2500 yen. I thought the value for what I paid for my ticket was low but I still had a great time. But water slides were great(very fast) and they have a very very deep pool you can dive into from 3 different levels. They did have areas you could rent with chairs but I think the cheapest option was around 2000 yen, I don’t remember because I did not purchase it. I also went on the bandit roller coaster and the standing roller coaster. Both excellent rides!!
4.0a week ago
Getting into attractions is too inefficient, so queues are massive. Good place otherwise.
5.0a month ago
Really brilliant! The lighting, rides and especially the cable car from the station is soooooo cool! We had a ball when we went here. We also enjoyed the sento afterwards just next to the entrance of the theme park. Really love this place. Hope to get going there again sometime!
5.0a month ago
Kids most enjoyable place ever!
They loved it
One day open pass is recommended
5.07 months ago
Went here for the winter illumination only so I did not experience the rides. Large park mostly catered for children. Has large variety of rides, numerous food stalls with tables and chairs, well-placed restrooms, fountain and fireworks show, public performances, and a playground. Even if you went just to take pictures of the illumination, it will be worth the entrance fee of 1500 yen. There are also scattered heater parasols during winter.