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Updated: April 2, 2018
[Temporarily closed for renovations]
The park is closed from December 1, 2018 and is scheduled to reopen in mid-2021.
Arakawa Yuen, an amusement park seemingly frozen in time, is located by the scenic Sumida River. Jam-packed with classic carnival-style amusements and home to a petting zoo, it's a wonderful place for a family outing if you're on the hunt for some nostalgic fun.
Buy your tickets from the ticket machines at the entrance gate. Entry is incredibly cheap, and children under six years old get in for free. Additionally, children aged six to 15 can enter for free on weekdays. You have to pay per ride, but fees are quite reasonable. Once you've tried all the rides, pop by the park's small museum dedicated to the city's old trams to learn about the history of Tokyo's transport system.
Discounts available for students and senior citizens.
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