Oct 22
~
Apr 4 2021

Yomiuriland Jewellumination

4:00pm – 8:30pm
¥1,800

Having undergone a complete renewal in recent years and now celebrating its 11th anniversary, the display for 2020/2021 is particularly impressive (and incredibly long). Millions of LEDs (no exaggeration) will cover the theme park’s eight special areas includings rides, rollercoasters and a specially built Emerald Mountain.

As it is a water park you can expect impressive fountain displays along side the skating rink, towering Christmas trees and the pink-sapphire town. Wander throught the 12 Greek god–themed areas, and the 40 stories of the illumination. The display has been created by world-famous lighting designer Motoko Ishii.

Entry is ¥1,800 for adults, ¥1,500 for students aged 12 to 17, ¥1,000 for children aged 3 to 11. There are passes available that include entrance + unlimited access to all the rides (¥5,500/adult). Those on a foreign passport can receive a discount by completting a short survey here. The event is running for quite a long time but will be closed on certain days so check here in advance.

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