LEGOLAND Discovery Center Tokyo

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An Attraction for the Whole Family

Being able to make whatever you want with a pile of small, colored pieces of plastic is awesome. You can build cars and buildings. Animals might seem a little distorted, but they still look alive. These tiny pieces of plastic are fantastic.

Combine them in various ways and create entire towns. As you’ve probably guessed, these magical blocks that engrossed me as a child are Lego® blocks.

LEGOLAND Discovery Center Tokyo – a Lego® block amusement park – opened this June in Odaiba at Decks Tokyo Beach.

Miniland, which took seven months and 1,674,500 bricks to build, is a miniature Tokyo that changes to fit the time of day: morning, noon and night.

The nine attractions include the Model Builder Workshop, which teaches children how to make original models designed by Lego specialists. Children and adults alike can forget time and lose themselves in the world of Lego.

 

MINILAND

Tokyo’s nightscape recreated using Lego® blocks with Tokyo Tower, the Diet, DoCoMo Tower, and even Rainbow Bridge in the background. The display also has a control panel that lets you move the various models.

 

Model Builder Workshop

Create models designed by Master Model Builders, the Lego specialists. The builders’ hands are shown on a large screen, making it easy to follow what they are doing. The pieces used are on sale at the LEGOLAND Shop. (Reservations necessary.)

 

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Pre-book via the web site and receive an online discount. Watch the video to decide which attractions you want to see on the day. Register to receive the latest news by e-mail.

 

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Two minutes’ walk from Yurikamome Odaiba-kaihinkoen Station. Five minutes’ walk from TWR Tokyo Teleport Station. Pay parking available at Decks Tokyo Beach.

 

Island Mall, Decks Tokyo
Beach, 1-6-1 Daiba,Minato-ku, Tokyo
10:00–21:00 (Last entry 19:00)
Open all year
Tickets (Three years and above)
Single: 2,000 yen
2 or more people: 1,600 yen per head

Photography/Tomoya Takai Text/JQR

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