Tuesday, December 27, 2016

::: Special ::: Enjoy a beautiful and romantic night at Yomiuriland! The biggest light up event in Kanto area!

 

The biggest light up event in Kanto area

Over 500 million light bulbs are used!
~ Yomiuriland ~

Wanna spend a romantic night with you special one in Japan? This winter, there is a very special and beautiful night time event you should go!!

Just about 40 minutes from Shinjuku by Keio line, you can get to the amusement park "Yomiuriland" where the biggest light up event in Kanto area can be found!!

Yomiuriland Jewellumination
(2016.10.14 - 2017.02.19)


Night Time Event Information
Period: 2016.10.14 (Fri) to 2017.02.19 (Sun)
Note: Park closed between 17-19 Jan 2017 and 24-26 Jan 2017.

Hours: 16:00 - 20:30 (Rides close at 20:00)

Admission for Entrance (After 16:00): 
1,200 yen (18 - 64 years old)
600 yen (Jr. high school and High school students)
300 yen (Elementary school students)
600 yen (65 years old and above)



There are 6 different areas in total!! They are Jewelry area, Aqua area, Lovelystream area, Cute area, Forest area, and Wisdom area!


If you just want to walk around in the park and take some beautiful pictures, we recommend you to get the ticket for entrance only. It is not expensive and you can see this amazing event!!


If you want to do something extra, you can also get the "Night Pass" which allows you to enter the park and gets on all night time rides (except ferries wheel and gondola etc.)


Wanna make her even happier? How about getting this light-up cotton candy for her? Enjoy something sweet while walking in the beautifully lighted-up park!

It is not just a great place for couples, even family with kids love this place too!

Yomiuriland
Address: 4015-1 Yanokuchi, Inagi-shi, Tokyo
Tel.: 044-966-1111
Hours: 09:30 - 20:30 (Please refer to homepage for daily opening hours)
Access:
By Train - About 40 minutes from Keio Shinjuku Station to Keio Yomiuriland Station 
By Car - Map Code: 2 737 434
Parking available: 1,500 yen per day

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