Toshimaen is an amusement park with some 30 attractions including roller coasters and circular rides. There are many rides catering to children and adults alike, but the best is Carousel El Dorado, a merry-go-round of 100 years of history dating from 1907. This historic ride is registered as a Mechanical Engineering Heritage item in Japan, and highly recommended for anyone.
This spot is not just an amusement park. There are many events throughout the year, including cherry-blossom viewing in spring, swimming pools in summer, a beer garden festival in autumn, and ice skating and illumination in winter. There is a natural hot spring facility attached, and you can relax your tired body after having a lot of fun.
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5.0a month ago
Toshimaen (としまえん) is an amusement park in Nerima, Tokyo, Japan, owned by the Seibu Group. It has a variety of rides, including three roller coasters, and a water park with 25 slides and six pools.
Toshimaen was the first in the world to have a river pool in 1965. The water park has other facilities as well, such as children's pool where toddlers can swim in as well, a wave pool, and the Hydropolis with water slides.
4.04 months ago
I went in Winter (Dec, 2017) with my host sister and some friends, so there were not a lot of people (probably the best part). The student ticket is 3200 yen and came with 5 passes for rides. Also, the skating rink ticket came with our entrance tickets. The place does look dodgy, however no one was hurt.
This was a good experience and had little to no people compared to Disney Land + Sea and Universal Studios
4.09 months ago
A beautiful theme park hidden in trees. The main attraction I went to was the night pool which in summer is open later than the main park. You have to walk through the park to get to the pool though.
5.04 months ago
I just loved this amusement park, my first attempt to ice skating!
4.011 months ago
Good water park in great. Especially if you are in and around Tokyo then it's quite near. Not a big fan of their non-water park activities!!!