Legoland Japan レゴランド・ジャパン
Interactive rides, attractions and unlimited hands-on fun with the blocks that built an empire
The world-famous theme park Legoland Japan opened in Aichi amid much fanfare in 2017 and has quickly become a hit with children and kids at heart from far and wide.
- The views of the theme park from a rotating observation deck
- The factory tour where you will receive a freshly made Lego brick
- The many great shops and stores selling the latest Lego sets
How to Get There
From Nagoya Station reaching the theme park takes just 25 minutes on the Aonami line. The park is just ten minutes on foot from Kinjofuto Station.
The new kid on the block
Japan excels at amusement parks, and Legoland Japan is one of the most recent theme parks set to excite and entertain you.
Legoland Japan offers over 40 different rides and attractions, and while it is indeed fun for all the family, it is primarily aimed at putting smiles on the faces of younger children.
Lego on a grand scale
With 17 million Lego blocks used in the construction of Legoland, along with 10,000 different Lego models, you can get the idea of the grand scale of it all. There are seven different areas to thrill your family, each with their own original Lego theme.
Building your child's imagination
Budding fantasy fans will love Knights Kingdom where they can ride The Dragon, an exciting rollercoaster ride of twists and turns through the king's castle, while young explorers will be thrilled at blasting targets with laser guns from their desert off-roaders in the Lost Kingdom Adventure.
Little pirates can test their seaworthiness on various high seas experiences, and future mechanics can put their building skills and imaginations to the test building flying Lego contraptions or taking part in one of the learning sessions.
Whether your child wants to fly a plane, drive a car, be a firefighter, drive a boat, or cheer on ninja, there is something for all young kids at Legoland. The only restriction is their boundless imagination.
Iconic Japanese cityscapes
If you have ever spent an exasperated morning on your child's birthday trying to help them put together one of the more complicated Lego structures, then marvel at Miniland. Here you can see the sights of Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto, and Nagoya all recreated out of Lego bricks. 10,496,352 of them to be exact.
Fun for them, easy for you
For kids, Legoland is fun. But for parents and guardians, it is that, and convenient, too. Stroller and buggy rental is available for parents with young children, and there are plenty of restaurants and stalls selling snacks on site. Legoland Japan opened an onsite hotel in 2018, but only 30 minutes away from Nagoya, plenty of other accommodation options are available.
Around Legoland Japan
If Legoland isn't enough, then just the other side of Kinjofuto Station is the SCMAGLEV and Railway Park, a must-see for any train enthusiasts. The Maker's Pier Mall complex just outside of the park has a mix of Western and Japanese restaurants and is perfect if you can't wait to get back to Nagoya for dinner.