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About Park

LEGOLAND is a park built around the theme of the LEGO® bricks that are popular among people all over the world.


• Over 40 rides, live shows and attractions
• A park where the whole family can spend a day out having fun together
• Outdoor attractions you can enjoy all year long
• 7 different lands, each with its own theme
• 17 million LEGO bricks and 10,000 LEGO models

Today, there are 7 LEGOLANDs in 6 countries:


1968: Denmark (Billund)
1996: U.K. (Windsor)
1999: U.S.A. (California)
2002: Germany (Gunzburg)
2011: U.S.A. (Florida)
2012: Malaysia (Johor Bahru)
2016: U.A.E. (Dubai)

LEGOLAND Japan is located at Kinjofuto, Minato-ku, Nagoya.

Please click here for the access.

Please click here for the access. however we recommend that you use public transportation during peak periods and/or on the days of special events, as we expect the lot to fill up during those times.

LEGOLAND® Japan offers hands-on experiences, rides and attractions that everyone can participate in, and the park can be enjoyed by children from 2 to 12 years of age along with their entire family.

LEGOLAND® Japan is geared for children aged 2 to 12 and their families, but adults are certainly welcome to visit the park on their own.

Children 12 and younger must be accompanied by someone who is at least 16 years of age.

Yes. The Big Shop is one of the biggest LEGO® shops in Asia. You will able to purchace LEGO products and more LEGOLAND® souvenirs.

The LEGOLAND® Discovery Centers in Tokyo and Osaka are indoor attractions. 
Whereas LEGOLAND® Japan boasts 7 different lands, each with its own theme, offering more than 40 rides, live shows and lots of interactive adventures. Open throughout the year, children and their families can experience a whole day of non-stop fun in this outdoor park.

It is prohibited to bring lunch boxes and drinks into the park, including the following items:
■Drinks in bottles/cans
■Alcoholic beverages
■Foodstuffs including box lunches, rice balls and other kinds of snacks

However, the following exceptions to the above (please show items at security check, before entering the park).
※ Baby food
※ For guests with special food allergies are permitted to bring lunch boxes into the park.
※ If you have a bottle of max.500ml, that you can put in your bag, you're allowed to bring it.

The following items are not permitted to be brought into the Park.

Food and Drink
In principle, it is prohibited to bring in food and drinks.
■Drinks in bottles/cans
■Alcoholic beverages
■Foodstuffs including box lunches, rice balls and other kinds of snacks

Personal belongings and animals
■Large-sized luggage, including luggage with wheels
■Rollerblades, skateboards and roller skates, etc.
■Baseball bats, wooden swords, golf clubs, etc.
■Photography equipment, such as tripods (monopods)
■Musical instruments, toy guns, handcuffs, balloons and fireworks, etc.
■Pet animals (excluding guide dogs)
■Transceiver
■Flag/Arm band

Dangerous items
■Sharp metal objects and all sharp-edged tools, including cardboard box cutters, scissors, etc.Firearms, gasoline, chemicals, poisons and all items containing gunpowder (firecrackers, etc.)
■Heavy items that could be used as weapons

Note: For school groups, please refer to these FAQ

The following activities are prohibited in the Park

■Activities that would cause discomfort to other guests
■Excessively skimpy attire and/or exposure of tattoos, etc. 
■Conduct under the influence of alcohol, drunkenness
■Wearing costumes that would cause a sense of fear in children; e.g. Zombie
■Political statements and/or similar activities to promote certain political thoughts
■Distributing flyers, leaflets, etc. 
■Commercial activities such as street trading, setting up stall, etc.
■Unauthorized entry to staff facilities

Usage of the following items is also prohibited:
■Flags, armbands, handheld microphones, whistles and walkie-talkies