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Legoland Discovery Center Tokyo, Minato

(3.1/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web)
Indulge your inner child at Legoland Discovery Center Tokyo. The theme park features a mind-boggling 3 million Lego bricks in the form of intricate sculptures and immersive rides. Kids can let their imagination run wild in the free play area, building to their heart's content. A 4D movie theater advises to put away anything that you'd like to keep dry, while for the Lego-weary there is a cafe to snooze in. Keep your eyes peeled for the faithfully realized "miniland," a Lego city featuring famous Japanese landmarks. Pre-book online for a discount. Legoland Discovery Center Tokyo is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our custom trip planner, Tokyo Edition.
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  • A fun way to spend an hour or so with small children. Our 4yo already saw the logo batman movie and was psyched. It's not very big but it has several activities, like a laser shooting ride and an indo...  more »
  • Took our five year old who had a blast! Spent four hours and easily could have stayed longer if mom had not been exhausted. Recommend making reservations on weekends and holidays. We went in on a Sund...  more »
  • So I first went to my son's birthday was less customers and attraction also exhibits excellent. Or learn how to make a LEGO athletic play indoors or in your car to make the run, made a clownfish son. Fewer people were lucky. But the 持te余shimashita time (lol)
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  • Fairly small but a nice place to spend some time with the familiy on arainy day. Highly recommended to reserve.
  • Took my 7yo son. He loved it. Language barrier was only a minor issue (4D Lego movies are in Japanese only, with no audio translation or English subtitles, but the action sequences are easy to follow for anyone). I will probably not go on a weekend next time, though. This is a great place for kids 2-10 years old. Lots to do, and plenty of places for parents to sit and watch. Decent cafe as well. If you live in Japan, get the annual pass--it's worth it, and pays for itself with just three visits, not to mention discounts inside for souvenirs, etc.
  • Long time Lego fan here. Our house is full of them and they're mostly mine (adult) and some are the kids. Enjoyed the Miniland. Great to see cities replicated with Legos. 1st off, the website wouldn't accept our Visa card so we came at 1000 to try and buy tickets at full price. Nope. "Come back at 1200 to buy regular tickets". Hearing this after a 1.5hr train ride sucks! The two rides were ok. Nothing extreme. The workshop had times listed and we asked about them. Small language barrier, but she pointed to 1500 and said to come back. We came back at 1400 to check, and the 1500 and 1530 classes were already booked. The first employee never mentioned that we needed to sign up. The later worker said we could come back at 1450 for the standby line just in case there are no shows. The brochure does not mention needing to sign up either. The Lego Friends are is a joke. Looks bigger on the map. All it was is a one person stage with a karaoke screen. The "factory" part was meh. Probably learn more by watching YouTube of the actual factory showing how they're made. Will not be returning.
  • This Is One Of The Best Places To See In Japan! It's So Big and the 2 shops have great variety. This is definitely a Must See! Lego has done it again! This is great for Kids and Adults Alike. Really Anyone Who Likes LEGO Should Come Visit The Tokyo LEGO Discovery Center. The Tickets are $20 Which Is A Pretty Good Price. ( $20 Is Both For Adults and Children Over 2.) ( Children Under 2 Are Free ). Ok, That about sums up this great place, See You Later, - Lego Fan.
  • Great to escape the rainy season and summer heat. Kids up to elementary school age love it. They have a miniature model of the Tokyo’s cityscape made from nearly 1.5 million bricks; a Lego-themed laser shooting ride; a Fire Academy & Construction Site with crawl spaces, slides and large, soft lego bricks to build with; an elevating Lego ride similar to one you would find in a theme park; a 4D cinema, karaoke and their *new* Train World attraction where kids can control virtual train and steer Japanese Trains built with Lego through their mini city. Note the place gets super crowded after lunch. ** More details on the BestLivingJapan Website.