Everything You Need to Know About Japan’s New Legoland

Japan already has Disneyland in Tokyo, Universal Studios in Osaka and now Nagoya is on the brink of opening a new Legoland! Opening April 1st 2017, it will be the world’s eighth Legoland theme park. Let’s take a look at what we can expect from Legoland Japan!

Legoland Japan is a 9.3 acre park, carefully put together with 17 million lego bricks! Filling out the park are seven exciting park zones: Factory, Lego City, Adventure, Miniland, Knight’s Kingdom, Pirate Shore and Bricktopia. The park will feature over 40 attractions and a 2 meter tall Nagoya Castle replica, made from over 200,000 lego bricks!

All 7 Park Zones

Factory

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The journey all begins here, in Factory. Take the factory tour and find out how those lovable little bricks are made. Then go grab your very own brick, and bring it home as a souvenir. The Big Shop, also in Factory, offers the largest selection of Lego in all of Asia.

Lego City

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At Lego City, earn yourself an official Legoland driver’s license by learning how to drive an electric car. Driving School is available for 6 – 13 years old and Jr. Driving School for 3 – 5 years of age. That’s not all, learn how to fly at City Airport and do your city service by helping out at the police station, the firefighters and the coast guard!

Adventure

 

The Adventure zone of Legoland is all about releasing your inner Indiana Jones while setting out to explore fascinating worlds, from submarine trips around the depths of the ocean to recovering treasure from lost ancient Egyptian Kingdoms.

Miniland

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If you want to see the best of Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto and Nagoya all in one place, then make your way over to Miniland. A place where Lego bricks make up some of the world’s greatest monuments. Legoland Japan’s Miniland recreates cities, structures and famous locations from all over Japan.

Knight’s Kingdom

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Travel back in time to Knight’s Kingdom, a land of princesses, magic and beasts, where you can become a medieval hero. Master the dragon, visit the castle and join up with Merlin for some magical thrills and spills.

Pirate Shore

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Set sail for the ocean in the Pirate Shore zone. Join pirate Captain Goodbrick and his crew, conquer the rough seas and do battle with other scurvy pirates in an epic water cannon battle!

Bricktopia

 

At Bricktopia let your imagination run free and build anything you wish at various build areas and creative workshops. Catch a live NINJAGO show. Rides at Bricktopia include a wacky carousel and a sky high mouse chase, don’t leave before checking out the Observation Tower for views over all of Legoland Japan.

Entry Prices

Adult Annual Pass – 17,300 Yen

Child Annual Pass – 13,300 Yen

Adult Day Pass – 6,900 Yen

Child Day Pass – 5,300 Yen

If you’re quick and book before April 2017, you can get an annual pass that includes an early preview day!

 

For more to do in and nearby Nagoya:

Day Trip to the Shirakawa Countryside from Nagoya

The World’s Biggest Dolphin Show at Port of Nagoya Public Aquarium

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