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Japan to Get Its First Legoland Theme Park

Theme Parks Toys Lego Nagoya

Come spring of 2017, Nagoya will have something nowhere else in Japan does: a Legoland theme park. Yes, there are already Legoland Discovery Centers in Tokyo and Osaka, but those are modestly sized indoor facilities attached to shopping malls. Nagoya’s Legoland will be a full-scale outdoor amusement park like those in Denmark and the U.S.

Currently under construction in the city’s Minato Ward, Nagoya’s Legoland is scheduled to open April 1, 2017. One-day ticket pricing is yet to be announced, but commemorative annual passes, dubbed “1st to Play,” have already gone on sale through the park’s website here.

Priced at ¥17,300 (US$159) for adults and ¥13,300 ($120.75) for kids, bearers can enjoy unlimited visits to the park for one year starting on its official opening day, and will also be able to get a peek earlier than the general public on the park’s “preview days,” March 18 to 21, 2017.

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