Hello Kitty Land

Unless you have money to burn, read no further. Sanrio Puroland is not cheap! Even using the discount coupon that is available to print from their website, it still cost ¥11,600 for our family of four just to get in. Children under 2 are free. That is for the “Passport”. They do offer a less expensive “Welcome Ticket” but without the passport you won’t be able to see the shows or get into Hello Kitty’s house for a picture with her or take the little boat ride. Basically, you need the Passport to do just about anything. Please note that the entire place is indoors, so it IS a good idea if you’re looking for something to do on cold winter days or super hot summer days. I did expect it to be a lot bigger for the money we were spending though. We spent about 2 1/2 hours and were done. There is one ride. It’s a boat ride similar to It’s a Small World at Disney. The kids enjoyed that. Then we saw a live Broadway style show and visited the inside of Hello Kitty’s house and had our picture taken with her. There are tons of retail stores everywhere and a cafeteria. My kids loved the Hello Kitty donuts.  ll in all, I’m glad we did it once while we live here. The kids did have fun. Crossing it off the list! -Kelly O’Donnell, November 2012

GPS 35.62436, 139.428889.  Get full directions from the Yujo or click on “view larger map” below.  Visit http://www.puroland.co.jp/english/welcome.html for more information. Hello Kitty land is in the Tama area – approximately 20 minute drive from Tama Hills Recreation area.

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2 Responses to Hello Kitty Land

  1. We too felt Hello Kitty was a disappointment, another one that was even worse was Lego Land, Odaiba 1-6-1 Decks Tokyo Beach Island Mall 3F but the shopping in that area was very nice.

  2. This place was great. My daughter(toddler) loves it and I really enjoyed watching her excited over every place we’ve visited. This place is great for kids in preschool or kindergarten. Definitely not a place for elementary school and above age invluding adults, except for adults obsessed with Sanrio characters. There are two rides (boat and car).

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