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Hanayashiki Amusement Park, Taito
(3.5/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web)
The oldest amusement park in Japan, Hanayashiki Amusement Park offers a truly homegrown theme park experience. Around since 1853, this charming, old-school neighborhood entertainment park features a variety of vintage amusement activities suitable for all ages. More for romantic and family types than thrill-seekers, it has everything you'd expect from an urban amusement park: a small ferris wheel, the oldest operable roller coaster in the country, carousels, live prize-fighting performances, and even a mini-zoo. The park sits around a 10-minute walk from Asakusa train station. See Hanayashiki Amusement Park and all Tokyo has to offer by arranging your trip with our Tokyo travel itinerary maker.
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  • In Tokyo, the first amusement park known as the place the feel of an amusement park, as well as various rides on one of these days it is difficult to compare the age of the temapakeuwa well. Washed-up magician talents in drama, tricks, and bowled in the background.
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  • Is Japan's oldest amusement park good Gu Ave. Admission is accompanied by many children play, let's see a show of show animals with a theme park that is the trend really Japan.
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  • Attracted by free citizens spontaneously Hanayashiki Amusement Park and went to 30-year Buri. Admission 1,000 yen on free vehicle Bill separately; Was hoping for a nostalgic amusement park of the Showa era, but narrow Park who is filled with restless. Only one attraction ride, I flee immediately. Lined first lined up at the ticket office, but need not, if present can prove the address at which is was entered immediately.
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  • I wasn't expecting too much when I came here with my family (three kids 9 and under). We even contemplated getting only one adult unlimited pass. I am so glad we splurged, all of us got the unlimited rides pass and we had so much fun! Many of the rides are very unique compared to ones I've seen in North America. There aren't a ton of English explanations, which was mostly fine except on the scary rides. For example, Beware the haunted Kabuki house on the second floor if you have little kids. I would have liked a heads up on that - it was super scary. This was an amazing day out in Asakusa.
  • Old-skool amusement park fun that's just a little but kitsch. Smaller kids will love the rides. Adults will enjoy the grounds and history of the place. Only JPY1000 to get in and then pay a couple of dollars for each ride you go on. It's a photographer's dream for subject matter.
  • An entertaining little amusement park, very oldy worldly. A bit expensive for such s small place though. Worth a visit if you have some time to kill but don't go out of your way.
  • You won't realize it is an Amusement Park from the outside.. it is mostly for children from what I could understand.
  • Pretty interesting place to look around and ride on a monorail shaped like a flying boat.