The festive season is upon us, and Legoland will be welcoming it with their Legoland BricXmas event. Running from November 23rd until December 25th, the family-friendly affair will include a variety of seasonal touches including the world's largest Lego Christmas tree (it uses 610,000 blocks and stands at a whopping 10 meters high), illuminations, Christmas photo spots, a Christmas-themed menu, and plenty more.
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.
Via Public Transport:
Legoland Japan is located just six minutes on foot from Kinjo Futo Station, which is served by the Aonami Line.
Via Private Vehicle:
For those who opt to drive, please note that Legoland does not have its own dedicated parking lot. Patrons are advised to park at the nearby Kinjo Futo Parking lot, or utilize public transport wherever possible.
Find out more about Legoland Japan.