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New Harry Potter Theme Park to Open in Tokyo in 2023

A new theme park based on the Harry Potter film series, only second of its kind, is set to open in the first half of 2023 in Tokyo! Source: Jennyfer Rubio/Pixabay Pretty soon, The Wizarding World of Harry Potter in Universal Studios Japan will not be the only place for Japan’s Harry Potter fandom to experience the wizarding world. It will soon be joined by a new theme park based on the Harry Potter films. The park, set to open in the first half of 2023, will be constructed on the site of Toshimaen, a 94-year old amusement park in Tokyo that will be permanently closing its doors end of August announced Kyodo News.    However, you might be a...

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Legoland Discovery Centre: Discover Bricks, Rides, a Mini-Tokyo & More!

Located within Odaiba’s ship-themed shopping mall, the Decks Tokyo Beach Mall is a mini Lego universe, the Legoland Discovery Centre, which is a much tamer version of the Legoland Theme Park but nonetheless fun. Photo credits Legoland Discovery Centre Start your voyage at the Lego Factory where you’ll be able to get an idea of how the bricks are made. Photo credits JAPANiCAN Photo credits Legoland Discovery Centre The theme park helps to stimulate creativity and imagination in little ones with their several build and play zones, such as the LEGO® City Builder, LEGO® Racers: Build and Test. DUPLO® Village has a brick pond, large soft play bricks and a tunnel slide for the little tots. Photo credits Legoland Discovery...

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7 Theme Parks & Amusement Parks to Visit with Your Kids in Tokyo

Planning a fun-filled day out with your little ones? Your options extend far beyond the magical Tokyo Disneyland. Here are 7 alternate theme parks and amusement parks around Tokyo where you can get your fun and thrills! 1. Namco Namjatown Source Located at Sunshine City, Namco Namjatown, offering gyoza, dessert and attractions, has got to be one of the quirkiest indoor theme park in Japan (and there’s quite a few quirky ones). While the place is quite well-known for its Gyoza Stadium, where you can savour gyoza from different parts of Japan, the assorted range of attractions, such as the shooting galleries and haunted house makes for an interesting trip. Location Sunshine City World Import Mart Building 2F, 3-1-3 Higashi-Ikebukuro,...

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