Keio Rail Land
Hino-shi: Amusement park
 
Keio Rail Land: Hino-shi
Hino-shi / Amusement park
Open 9:30am-5:30pm (last entry 5pm). Closed Wednesdays.
Admission Y250
Average visit time: 20-60 minutes

This inexpensive mini-theme park is an entertaining destination for young train fans who still have leftover energy after a visit to Tama Zoo, located just across the road. It's a very hands-on attraction, with several different train simulators and a huge room-size layout with four separate control booths for operating the various model trains. Visitors can also try on conductor caps and (child-size) uniforms and pose for photos.

Upstairs there are a couple of ball pits and other amusements for very young kids, an indoor cafeteria area, and an outdoor terrace with plenty of seating. The terrace overlooks the outdoor portion of Rail Land, which houses six full-size train cars of various vintages, as well as a miniature train ride.











Hino-shi, Hodokubo 3-36-39.
Tama Dobutsu Koen station (Tama monorail from Tachikawa); Tama Dobutsu Koen (Keioh Dobutsuen line from Shinjuku, changing at Takahata-Fudo)
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