The Grand Imperial Empire Of Lego obviously isn’t only in Japan, but an especially awesome part of it is! Welcome to Tokyo Legoland, where Godzilla is king, and Pokemons rule!
Open: Tokyo Legoland is open 7 days a week.
Hours: Weekdays 10:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m., Weekends & holidays 10:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Admission: ¥2300 per person, under 2 free (but if you book online, you can get as much as ¥800 off the price) Note: Adults have to be accompanied by a child to be admitted, and you can’t talk them out of it, even in Japanese. (I know, because believe me, I tried!)
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5 thoughts on “Godzilla In Legoland”
Any idea where I can rent a kid? I can’t believe I’ve survived this long without seeing Hachiko crossing so peaceful and Sumo wrestlers so skinny!
Rent-a-kid! Hmmm, I see a new entrepreneurial opportunity here! As you can see, we had to press my friend’s 6-month-old into buying us booze, I mean getting us in.^^;;
You can find anything in Japan so we can certainly rent one ^^ I want to go too.
Time for us to start trolling our FB feeds and making nice comments on all those baby pictures we usually ignore! Legoland was so much fun, I want to go again!
My japanese friends don’t even have babies. maybe you could start a business renting out your friends’ offsprings.