Izu Granpal Park

Sightseeing information about Izu Granpal Park in Japan.

Izu Granpal Park (Izu Granpal Koen)4.0

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A leisure park located in the heart of Izu Kogen Highland, with various sports facilities dotted among 50,000 cycad trees throughout the 220,000 square meter park, which is equivalent to five times the area of the Tokyo Dome Stadium. Attractions include a kids roller coaster, a park train, SkyCycle (pedal powered cycle roller coaster), a large scale obstacle course, a 500m go-kart course among dinosaurs, more than 30 kinds of fun cycles, a water square with water walking balls and Japan's first ship-shaped maze, a 180m long gliding zip line, a 110m long jumbo slide, a park golf course and many more.
After closing their daytime session, they offer an evening session called Gran Illumi with amazing illuminations throughout the park. The world of confectionery, flowers and undersea creatures made up of 6 million LED lights creates an outstanding world of "three-dimensional illumination".
Note: It is not possible to stay in the park from the daytime session to the evening session - you need to reenter with additional fee.

Address: 1090 Futo, Itou City, Shizuoka Prefecture
Arrive by train: 20 minutes by Tokai Bus from Izu-Kogen Station on Izu Kyuko Line.
Arrive by car:
About 85km from the Atsugi Interchange on the Tomei Expressway
About 55km from Numazu IC or Nagaisen Numazu IC

Guide map https://granpal.com/lang/img/GPMAP_EN.pdf

Purposeinstagrammable,couple,experience,health,night view,nature,kids,family,Japanese resort,sightseeing,let's hang out!
Airport/Sta.Izu-Kōgen sta. (about 3.5km) Google Transit


5.0a month ago

Wonderful park for children and family In the midst of the valley, the atmosphere is natural. Cool weather There are rides Attraction for children and families. Has a wide area It looks simple and beautiful. Good for bringing the dog beyond to play

1.09 months ago

This place is terribly expensive. Not only do you pay to get on, but every attraction (boring as they may be), also cost money. Entry? 1400 yen
Zipline? 1200 yen
Restaurants ?
Expensive and mediocre.
The zipline staff also seemed to think I was a fool for not understanding their broken English, even though Japanese would've been fine for me.
Don't waste your time and money at this poor excuse for a theme park.

5.04 months ago

One of the best illuminations I've ever been to! We also tried some of the rides they had like sky cycling ang go karts!

4.0a year ago

This is a really modern and clean family theme park but it'll cost you a lot of money. To save a little, buy your tickets through a 7-11 payment machine.

5.03 months ago

So wonderful and nice place

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