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Karuizawa Toy Kingdom, Tsumagoi-mura

(3.7/5 based on 120+ reviews on the web)
Ride on a colorful ferris wheel or play with your favorite human-size toys at Karuizawa Toy Kingdom. You can take a train or ride a toy-shaped car, roller coasters, or merry-go-rounds. A combination of indoor and outdoor activities makes this thematic amusement park good for all weather conditions. Take a wood-crafting or a photo-framing class, or build sand castles and fish for trout. You can also enjoy Lego structures, dolls, and toy trains at the complex. For an extra fee you can visit the nearby park, which features a tree house, a suspended rope bridge, hammocks, and a climbing wall. Plan to visit Karuizawa Toy Kingdom and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Tsumagoi-mura attractions using our Tsumagoi-mura vacation builder.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Aware that there is less snow in the second half of March and would be aborted attraction. It is quite sad and no snow or winter most of the attractions are closed.
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  • There are so many toys, were able to freely upgrade to show and play in the water. Wooded pony play in athletics and is one day. Went to the summer playground of water water is very cold, not so much in.
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  • Cheap is good for small children think, what to say and it is. Winter is cold and snow in Maine, half-day limit. Children would enjoy by playing in the snow.
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  • Rip off! Every single ride is closed and still they charged entrance ticketn no ome mentioed rides were closed. tickets for kids play areas inside are seperate too. We paid 800yen just to watch a show that was not too good and play in a snow heap.
  • Lots of fun for children! It's somewhat old and faded, flaked paint and rust here and there, but every child's favorite toys will be there for sure and a lot of nostalgia for adults, too. A bit tough in the rain so if there are raindrops looming on the forecast come prepared with wellies, brollies, raincoats, as there's a lot to do that isn't under cover. A revamp of changing facilities for babies desperately needed.
  • Kid had lot of fun time here
  • It doesn't look much to an adult, but it is a paradise to children. For families with small children, 5 years old and under, I suggest that the entrance ticket rather than the one day pass is enough. The indoor playrooms and the outdoor play area beside them are included in the entrance ticket. None of the rides are though. However, for that age group the indoor playrooms are much better than the outdoor activities, which tend to have queues and restrictions. You could spend hours in either the tomica and plarail room or the "Play house" playroom. The outdoor play area has some slides and push along rides. Facilities such as changing area and nursing rooms are a bit lacking for babies and toddlers. They do have one, but its old, small and basic.
  • Could play in the playground business for the winter in my home in Kanagawa in March, snow play, toys unlimited, family four was a very nice place that less than 2,000 yen. Analog and retro is undeniable, but always quite 向ki合ete children and, for example, Dad I come try!
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