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Legoland Discovery Center Tokyo, Minato

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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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  • Went there on a rainy day in may 2017. It's rather pricey (2400 yen per person (same price for kids and adults)) for what you get out of it. Two "rides" and a larger play area. However my daughter had...  more »
  • As an adult Lego Lover, I was pretty disappointed. It was expensive and very little for me to do, but my 3.5 year old did have a great time. We enjoyed the Creative Works Shop, but was sadden we didn'...  more »
  • Had a lovely visit here with my 6 year old daughter. Its a bit of a hike on public transport and as it was a last minute decision we didnt buy tickets online, so made it more expensive. We skipped the...  more »
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  • This place is ridiculous. Didnt get to take a chance to enter on the basis of it being a purely kids attraction. Dont bother coming. Shop prices are overly expensive as well
  • Good kids attraction to give them a break from all the sightseeing. My 7 and 9 year old boys loved it and I had a hard time convincing them to leave again - certainly a good sign! Next to this is also the museum of Emerging Science and other attractions: a really good place for a kids day in Tokyo!
  • Our one year old had a blast. We his parents wished they had more toddler-friendly attractions, or at least a larger toddler area, but he seemed pretty happy with what as available so his positive opinion is what matters most in this case. We all felt ready to leave after about 75 minutes - I suspect older kids could play for much longer. The one ride that is toddler friendly was really violent- lots of shooting and killing of things, which hopefully went right over our little guy's head but keep it in mind if you're trying to avoid such things with your older kiddos.
  • 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.
  • Excellent! I took a 3 year old with me but I think the age group that would benefit the most is 4-10 as they will be able to reach all the activities without aid. But there are activities aimed at toddlers-13yr olds. This place will disappoint ADULT lego fans. This in door discovery centre is designed for kids and its been done perfectly. I'm really sad that adults are selfishly giving this place a low review. As babies and children under two cannot go on the rides, you may need to consider having two adults attend if you also have a child that is unable to ride alone due to heigh or other.