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LocationTokyo, Japan
ThemeAmusement park
OwnerYomiuri Shimbun, Keio Electric Railway
Opened1964 (1964)

Yomiuriland (よみうりランド, Yomiurirando) is a Japanese amusement park that first opened in 1964.[1] It is situated on hillsides, and features rides such as roller coasters and water flumes. It is home to Yomiuri Giants Stadium, one of the training fields for the Yomiuri Giants baseball team, and was the primary training ground before Tokyo Dome was completed. It is operated and run by the Yomiuri Group, the parent of media conglomerate Yomiuri Shimbun. A bath house was constructed to attract more senior citizens.

Yomiuriland's bathhouse

Entrance fees are 1800 yen for adults, 800 yen for children and seniors aged 60 over.

One-day pass (entrance + sea lion show + free pass for attractions) is ¥5,400 for adults, ¥4,500 for seniors (Age 65 and above).


It can be accessed by two train stations, Keio Sagamihara Line's Keiō-Yomiuriland Station or Yomiuriland-mae Station of Odakyu.


Yomiuriland has 44 attractions from thrilling rides to family-friendly rides. Yomiuriland also has about 1,000 cherry blossoms during the spring, Pool WAI during the summer (usually from June 30 - September 9) and Jewellimunation. These attraction each contain their own unique atmosphere and diversity in rides. There are also many shops and food courts around the park.

Roller coasters[edit]


  • Bandit
  • Momonga Standing and Loop Coaster
  • Spin Runway
  • Wan Wan Coaster Wandit



  1. ^ "Yomiuri Land fun park adds factory-themed attraction to make more sales". The Japan Times. May 30, 2016.

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Coordinates: 35°37′33″N 139°31′7″E / 35.62583°N 139.51861°E / 35.62583; 139.51861