Sightseeing information about Toshimaen in Japan.


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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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Airport/Sta.Tokyo International Airport (about 24.9km) Google Transit


5.0a week ago

It's a fun place to visit. It has rollercoasters, carousels, cars for kids to drive, and many more. The price is also fair and you can bring your own food or buy it inside the park.

5.02 months ago

We had so much fun. It is not crowded considering we came on a saturday. The ticket is not pricey. The foods are not costly and you have many choices to eat. The toilets are clean! We really enjoyed a lot !

5.0a month ago

Very nice outdoor park for young children! Indoor playground price is separate from rides but both prices are reasonable. Well maintained, great for families

2.02 months ago

Very very old style amusement park. Retro style attractions in retro style condition. I didn't like torturing live panda for cookies promo. Still some crowds lining for the rollercoaster and other attractions. 30-40 minutes waiting time

4.0a month ago

An old little theme park, but the fact it isn't too busy can make it more enjoyable. There is an IMAX and excellent onsen nearby so with all three it makes a really nice day out. Quite typically, even for central Tokyo in 2019, there is no proper English website and finding any English-speaking staff will be down to chance. Disneyland is certainly easier in this respect.

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