Yokohama Cosmo World, Yokohama

3.6
#1 of 7 in Theme Parks in Kanagawa Prefecture
Have a blast at Yokohama Cosmo World, an amusement park on the waterfront. With three distinct areas, geared towards different age ranges and tastes, the park aims to be as family-friendly as possible. Choose from white-knuckle roller coasters, pleasant water rides, and even more pleasant merry-go-rounds, then take a ride on that giant wheel you've been looking at and admiring from all around the city. Stop for a break in the open-air food court, with quick Japanese snacks available from a range of vendors. Decked out in lights, colors, and cartoons, the park entertains and captures the imagination throughout. Put Yokohama Cosmo World into our Yokohama vacation planner and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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Yokohama Cosmo World Reviews
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  • August 14, 2017
    I don't like a roller coaster, but I was impressed with this park. Get up to the Cosmo Clock 21, to enjoy all the city night.
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  • August 9, 2017
    Before riding high, scary? Neither thought it saw, if you ride in. One more floor 10 handful skeleton Ferris. Have courage please. Lost when you get off the shoulder bag Valet was noticed immediately.
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  • August 2, 2017
    The good thing about this establishment is that here do not charge entry. Nor do we need to do long lines. We got to "Cosmo Clock" (the gigantic wheel of Chicago), "Cliff Drop" and "Disc-O". There are many more options. When Yokohama go sufficiently entertaining, highly recommended.
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  • July 15, 2017
    A lot of fun activities in a nice modern environment. You pay for each activity separately, and nothing seem too expensive. I advice going late in the day as the lights makes the place even more beautiful when the sun is down!
  • June 16, 2017
    Fun to experience, but it is expensive for both the rides and the carnival games. The UFO catchers are also more expensive than the places around, like top of World Porters (across the street). It is fun to experience and you can walk around it for free, but either don't expect to play or go on much, or expect to spend a lot of money. One exception is the giant Ferris wheel, this is actually really good value. The Ferris wheel in Odaiba is almost twice the price, and doesn't look as good or new.
  • April 6, 2017
    Small but very nice amusement park. It seems to be quite popular with tourists and couples. You can get in for free, but the rides and a little on the expensive side. If you have kids, definitely visit and you can probably enjoy the diving roller coaster and the big panoramic wheel if there isn't a huge waiting line.
  • April 11, 2017
    The atmosphere here is great. There's lots to do for every age. I highly recommend the Cosmo Clock Ferris wheel and the Vanishing coaster. They also have a huge arcade as well.
  • June 25, 2017
    Ok attractions. Limited food options at the food court. Surrounding area is lovely at night.

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Where to stay in Yokohama

You can find plenty of budget-friendly accommodation options, such as dormitory-style hostels, clustered around the Ishikawa-cho and Sakuragi-cho train stations, offering easy access to some of Yokohama's best-known attractions. Business hotels, chain establishments, and inns can be found around town, offering simple, comfortable rooms in a medium-price range. If you're looking to spend more, the Minato Mirai district boasts a few luxurious, high-end hotels.
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