Japan's first all-weather, indoor theme park, Sanrio Puroland in Tama city is the place you can meet Hello Kitty and other cute characters of Sanrio. The most popular is "Kitty's House" where you can peep at Kitty's dreamlike room any girl fancies for. If you visit on your birthday or in the month of your special anniversary, you will be celebrated by many of Sanrio characters.
There are live shows and events with visitors' participation, and you can purchase character merchandise only available here. Events change from season to season to your enjoyment. You will absolutely gloat over gorgeous moments to your satisfaction.
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5.02 weeks ago
If you have kids who are into Hello Kitty and other Sanrio characters, this is the place to check out. It takes roughly around 1.5 hour to get there if you are in Tokyo. Boat ride is great and the line can be long. Overall good to visit but it certainly require hardcore fans to enjoy the experience.
4.0a week ago
Good place if you like Sanrio stuff. The show and the shop are the highlight of this place. Food wise you will be disappointed.
But hey, you can meet and greet with Hello Kitty princess, that in it self is worth it.
4.0in the last week
It's very cute and great for fans of all the sanrio characters. There is a show and boat ride inside. Although it's really cute, if you don't understand Japanese it's not going to be as enjoyable
5.0a week ago
Such a magical place if you are a fan of hello kitty and other Sanrio characters. The ambience is awesome, the colourful and vibrant atmosphere add to this fun experience. Really enjoyed the boat ride, very cute, lots of shops, good food at the Sanrio world restaurant. I enjoyed the spaghetti which came with a free character cup that held the dessert. Get there early to beat the queues, we were there from 10 to 2. Take breaks in between all the shopping and go to the cinnamoroll cafe, delicious drinks on the menu. Overall a great experience. We bought discounted tickets on Voyagin, just scan the QR code on the email you receive at the entrance of Sanrio, worked like a charm and save 2000 yen!
4.03 months ago
Difficult to understand the parades they have but interesting nonetheless. Going on a Monday for a college student costs 2500 yen to enter. There aren't many rides, like two, some walking attractions, restaurants and cafes. The food is cute and tasty however, quite pricey. It's a good experience to go and enjoy Japan's cute culture. Just go with the fact that the photos they take of you cost money.