Sanrio Puroland

A theme park where you can meet various Sanrio characters such as Hello Kitty and My Melody. Visit to enjoy special attractions, seasonal events, and live shows and musicals performed by popular characters. The park is all indoors, a big advantage on rainy days.

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5-minute walk from Keio-tama-center Station

Tokyo Race Course

The racecourse is one of the world’s largest, and so is its display screen, the Multiple Display Turf Vision. Families come here to lie on the grass and watch races, entertain their kids with toys and attractions, see the horse racing museum, and enjoy a rich selection of meals at the food court. Almost 150,000 visitors come here on a big race day.


2-minute walk from Fuchukeiba-seimommae Station

Tokyo Summerland

An amusement complex with elaborate swimming pools and an amusement park. Come to splash around in the all-weather Adventure Dome, an indoor pool kept comfortably heated at 30°C all year round. Enjoy the wave pools, pool areas for kids, and warm, skin-gentle bathing facilities such as the soft water Jacuzzis!


From Keio-hachioji Station. Take the bus bound for Summer Land or the bus bound for Musashi-itsukaichi Station. Get off at the Summer Land stop.

Yomiuri Land

An integrated leisure land with thrilling ride attractions and family attractions fun for both adults and kids.
Yomiuriland is also famous for its seasonal attractions, especially ‘Pool WAI’ in summer and ‘Jewellumination’ (jewel-colored illuminations) in winter.


From Keio-yomiuri-land Station. Five minutes by gondola or, by the Yomiuri-land bus (get off at the Yomiuri-land stop).


A multiple-purpose stadium for sports, concerts, and various events (50,000 person capacity).
Home stadium for two J League soccer teams, F.C.Tokyo and Tokyo Verdy.


5-minute walk from Tobitakyu Station

Keio Rail-Land

Keio Rail-Land offers many attractions, including a large-scale ‘experience simulator’ where visitors can operate a train and learn, touch, and experience how railroads work. Children can also play in complete safety in a special sports course designed in the image of a railroad network.
A very popular mini train runs along the perimeter of a fleet old-time train cars displayed outside.

Telephone: 042-593-3526
Open: 9:30 AM to 5:30 PM (last entry at 5:00PM)
Closed: Wednesday (the following day if Wednesday is a holiday) and the year end/beginning holidays


Next to Tama-dobutsukoen Station of Keiō Line

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