Sanrio Puroland
Tama-shi: Amusement park
Sanrio Puroland: Tama-shi
Tama-shi / Amusement park
Open 10am-6pm (Fri -8pm). Closed some Wednesdays and Thursdays.
All-day passports are Y3300 for adults and Y2500 for children 3-17 years old. On weekends, holidays and school holidays it's Y3800 for adults and Y2700 for children. Check the website for afternoon discount tickets and other discounts. Puropass express tickets, which let you avoid standing on line, are also available.
Average visit time: 1-4 hours
Advance tickets are available; check the website for details

This indoor theme park is devoted to Hello Kitty and a multitude of other beloved Sanrio characters, including Bad Badtz-Maru, Little Twin Stars, Cinnamoroll, Pompompurin, Pochacco and of course Dear Daniel. There are parades, musical shows, a couple of rides and many photo opportunities. (Most attractions are aimed at very young children, under the age of five or six.) Express passes are available if you want to avoid the lines. Check the website for their irregular schedule of days they're closed.

Tokyo Tama-shi, Ochiai 1-31.
5 minutes from Tama Center Station (Keio-Sagamihara line, Odakyu-Tama line, Tamatoshi monorail)
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