Winter is the season when everyone is preparing for a new year. People will have days off after hard-working times for jobs and studies. So what will you do on those days? If you come to Tokyo, Japan, there are plenty of places that you can visit such as Sensō-ji Temple, Tokyo Disneyland, etc. There is also one spot that you can put on your list, Yomiuri Land.
Where to Stay in Tokyo?
The Capital of Japan has different areas with its signature for tourists to choose. You may want to find it on booking using this table:
Or you can find here for a list of recommended hotels to stay in Tokyo.
Let’s Go to Yomiuri Land!
Many Japanese in Tokyo spends their days off to visit Yomiuri Land. I call this place ‘Led Land’, a destination decorated by millions of LEDs. At this place, there are many beautiful scenes that you can selfie. Furthermore, you can enjoy the cool atmosphere with soothing songs at the land, or have fun with many stunning games.
Yomiuriland is a theme park which is decorated by 3 millions of led lights and opened from 31 Oct to 15 Feb. Tickets are 1000¥ and 1600¥. With the 1000 ¥ ticket, you can only get around and take photos at the park. However, with the highest 1600¥ ticket, you can enjoy all the game here. The door keeper will draw a code on your hand and they will check every time you join a game.
Alongside, there are many games at the land:
In addition, there is a water show at night for visitors having relaxed after a whole day playing around the park. It is a perfect coordination between music and water.
The show ends at 8.30 pm, and the other games’ lines also close at that time. Hence, if you want to join many games here it’s better to come early because the lines are quite long.
Beside Yomiuri Land, Japan also has a lot of beautiful destinations for travelers to discover. If you are planning to explore the ‘Land of the Rising Sun’, there are some tips for backpacking Japan.
Cooking and traveling lover. An international student at Japan currently spending his time wandering and exploring the “Land of the Rising Sun”.
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