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Yokohama Cosmo World, Yokohama

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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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  • My son very interested to try the Vanish Roller Coster since we saw it on yo*tube. So we let him to try it alone, then he gave us his big smile, and asked for more.. hahahaa..  more »
  • As my title says, I would definitely recommend this place for you who want to go for a localized type of date, or even if you just want to get some nice pictures from the huge ferris wheel (what I did...  more »
  • Awesome amusement park in tha middle of everything. Easy to find, thanks to the huge ferris wheel. Insanely expensive thou. On ride to any machine is around 700 - 800 yen per persion. We had four of u...  more »
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  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Not for the budget minded visitors but if you live nearby, waaaaay cheaper than Disneyland. Almost no lines for any of the rides. Small kids have lots of fun.
  • This is a very cool and iconic places to go in Japan. I highly recommend for any tourist to check this spot out. They had to stop the ride when I was riding it because of an earthquake... that was pretty scary but other than that it was well worth going to.