Sanrio Puroland, or Hello Kitty Land, is an indoor amusement park based on the popular character "Hello Kitty".
The amusement park, which opened in 1990, is located in Tama New Town in Tokyo and also shows other characters from the Sanrio company (My Melody, Cinnamoroll, Gudetama etc.). Sanrio Puroland has over 1.5 million visitors a year and is 4.5 hectares in size.
The on-site attractions are suitable for children of all ages. The parades of Hello Kitty and other Sanrio characters are also highly recommended. The park also has themed restaurants and shops dedicated to specific Sanrio characters that sell exclusive goods.
10-minute walk from Keio Tama Center Station / Odakyu Tama Center Station
Sanrio Puroland located in the Tama region of Tokyo delivers you a Halloween Adventure with all of your favorite Sanrio Puroland characters such as the famous Hello Kitty as well as Cinnamoroll and Gudetama. A visit to Sanrio Puroland gives you a jam-packed adventure full of rides, parades, and cute character themed food.
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