Since 2017, Legoland Japan has hosted a Halloween "Brick or Treat" event to ring in the spooky season with a little flair. The park will be decorated with some truly unique Halloween decorations, including a giant pumpkin which uses around 62,000 Lego blocks - it's a must-see! There will also be a variety of Halloween themed food items available to purchase, costume competitions, and fun themed photo spots set up.
Admission prices to Legoland Japan vary depending on how far in advance you book your ticket. Pricing information can be found on the official website here.
Legoland Japan is located just six minutes on foot from Kinjo Futo Station, which is served by the Aonami Line.
For those who opt to drive, please note that Legoland doesn't have its own dedicated parking lot. Patrons are advised to park at the nearby Kinjo Futo Parking lot, or utilize public transport wherever possible.