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Legoland Discovery Center Osaka, Osaka
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  • That was fun. We went for the first time. 11/11 went to the adult LEGO Knight. You'll be good and. LEGO make car run participants, prizes were presented to the winner. Magic cards were passed. And she says have been when the contents come to mind. Lol also the line you want to go!
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  • Although the Main Highlight of any Osaka trip is Universal Studios and Dotonbori, it is equally important to visit the Aquarium. Once you are done with the Aquarium I would recommend spend some time a...  more »
  • Visited in October, Friday afternoon. So vacant and was a little sad. Tickets in advance where he called daily Plus discount tickets purchased in the app, so put at 1,000 yen per person. I would enjoy 10 minutes if a small child is room was more than adequate. You cannot re-enter the site. Where you can make the car yourself and run and has become a jungle. Stopped because the rides there kids to be scared. Osaka is made in LEGO City was very helpful. Had been very finely reproduced. If it is vacant and 1000 yen was so nice, usually at rates was crowded a little too good?
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  • While Legoland opens at 10am, there was a priority given to people who ordered tickets online. In the end, we had to wait an hour before we were let in. This was definitely not fair. The place itself is designed very well and kids will absolutely love it. It's not a very big place, and given the huge crowds, expect a long wait for pretty much everything. The staff are wonderfully cheerful. I heard at least one staff member speak very fluent English. Unfortunately for travelers, all the attractions are in Japanese. The gift shop is a bit small so it was tough navigating through the crowds. There were some Lego products that I haven't seen in other stores. The cafe does not offer much in terms of hot food and you're not allowed to bring in food. I would eat at the Tempozan Marketplace food court instead - there's a much better selection and more seating. Overall, this is a very fun place for kids. It is a bit pricey but it's worth visiting once. I've been there twice in a year and the attractions did not change much.
  • We didnt plan to come here but saw it when we were walking to the aquarium next door. My husband and daughter love lego so we thought this was a nice surprise. The ticket is 2,300yen per person (same price for my 6y girl) and we were expecting really awesome experience. But we were quite disappointed, as the place was sooo crowded (it was sunday noon) and there wasnt a lot to do or see. We only saw the 4D legomovie, in which i fell asleep, but my daughter said she liked it 😄. Everything was in japanese, from the start where we went to lego factory, to the movie. So it was not the best experience for us. If i had known, i wouldnt come here
  • Great fun for Lego enthusiasts, the ninja tunnel is fun for more athletic/competitive types, and the builder challenge is good fun too. Social and friendly atmosphere, a good blast from the past.
  • Smaller version, but still good enough to occupy ur kids for more than half a day. Tickets are not expensive, be sure to buy online for.discount. Good for kids from 2 to 12.
  • Inside amusement park, in AC room. So very comfortable in hot summer day. For kids, very enjoyable area.