Tobu World Square4.1
This theme park in Kinugawa Onsen displays around 100 of worldly famous structures in miniatures. The open-air exhibits are all replicas in 1/25 scale of gigantic monuments, cultural treasures, and many of UNESCO World Heritage Site buildings from 21 countries. Nearly 140,000 figurines are placed to represent people populating the sites.
The park is divided into six sections, beginning with the Japan zone that includes Himeji Castle and Kiyomizu Temple. The Asia section is with Taj Mahal (India) and the Forbidden City (China), Europe with St. Peter's Basilica (Vatican) and Eiffel Tower (France), and America with White House and the Central Park. There are zones for Egypt and Modern Japan, in which Tokyo Skytree was added in 2010.
PurposeLMFAO,kids,family,sightseeing,let's hang out!
Airport/Sta.Fukushima Airport (about 79.5km) Google Transit
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4.04 months ago
As I am sure everyone knows, Tobu World Square is a place where scale models of famous places are there to be photographed and seen and enjoyed. It is large and involved. It was a bit strange to see the Twin Towers, but otherwise everything was fine. It is well-organized and you will surely have fun.
5.05 months ago
I have been there once in 2019 and love this wonderful place. Hope to go there again with my guests visiting Japan. Its really amazing to see realtime models of the world’s famous places and buildings. If anyone ever visit Japan never forget to visit this amazing place. Its worth to watch.
4.05 months ago
2,800 yen for adults. Quite a big park to walk about and admire the mini sized architectures. There’s is winter illumination after sunset during autumn and winter. If you look close enough you will find special characters in different “sites”. However, some sites are lacking a bit of maintenance as you could see the paints and conditions of the “sites/sights” are deteriorating.
5.06 months ago
It's an excellent place with great detail on the models. Look out for famous people on the models, eg Audrey Hepburn in Roman holiday. Kids loved it. It had little huts to warm up, which was good as we visited on a very cold day.
5.04 months ago
Wonderful place, amazing lights at night. Worth to take your time and explore it properly. Preferred to wear very warm clothes during winter.