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Seibuen Amusement Park

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Seibuen Amusement Park

146 Reviews
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2964 Yamaguchi, Tokorozawa 359-1145 Saitama Prefecture
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7-Day Guided Tokyo Baseball Tour
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7-Day Guided Tokyo Baseball Tour

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Join fellow adventurous baseball fans September 12-19 as we attend games at all five Tokyo-area ballparks of Nippon Professional Baseball, Japan's major leagues. <br><br>We have been operating baseball tours in Japan since 1999 and believe that the best way to experience a new culture is by attending a sporting event. You'll feel like a local as we take the train to the ballpark and cheer along with the home team's frenzied fans. And you will have the option to attend a professional sumo wrestling tournament too! <br><br>Taking in a game in Japan, where baseball is the national sport, is an unforgettable experience. You recognize the field - the green grass, the dimensions, the outfield wall - but that's about it! The rabid fans and unique style of play make attending a baseball game a not-to-be-missed experience for any visitor to Japan.<br><br>NOTE: Dates are not flexible. We are only offering one tour that starts September and ends September 19.
$3,538.00 per adult
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Simon B wrote a review Aug 2017
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This place has seen better years. The rides are very poor. Everywhere is crowded (good luck swimming in the pool). The food is mostly nasty stuff. And the customer service/bureaucracy is abysmal. Absolutely hated this place. Note, though: this experience was coloured by a member of our group being kicked out of the park for having a tattoo, which was visible through a swim shirt when wet. Even after changing, the staff were adamant that the rules were impossible to change — even with tattoo hidden, the person had to leave the park despite having a pass for whole day AND evening costing ¥8000.
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Date of experience: August 2017
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Queen_chanyce wrote a review Dec 2016
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Seibuen youenchi is a great place to visit if you can speak japanese as the staff there can't speak english. There is only one place to eat there and that is at the Hello Kitty zone located at the middle of the park. Keep in mind that if you visit in December or in winter, you won't be able to play many rides. I also recomend visiting in summer as there are water activitys like a hello kitty water bounce house and a large wave pool. If you plan to visit with young children do note that buying the unlimited ticket for your child is good but DO NOT buy the adult one as it is more worth it to buy it one at a time.
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Date of experience: December 2016
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Sheila F wrote a review Feb 2016
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we went sunday and most of the rides were not crowded so dont have to wait too long.illumination starts at 6pm and the lights were created decoratively! i love park that are not so crowded but i want others to know and visit this park to see its wonderful illumination! there's also a fishing festival but it is excluded in the entrance and rides fare.
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Date of experience: February 2016
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New Yorker wrote a review Sep 2015
New York City, New York889 contributions136 helpful votes
Relatively small amusement park but good for very young kids to spend a day. Even it was on Saturday, not crowded at all! Mainly peaceful kids rides like choo choo train, hello kitty coffee cup etc. only a few scary rides. No waiting line. Jairo tower was one of their featured rides, a tall tower to view Tokorozawa city and Lake Dayana from the sky, which was beautiful. The place wasn't 100% well designed for strollers. Some restaurants asked to park strollers at the ground floor and no elevator access but stairways. The time we visited was even in late September, but we were swooped by mosquitos as their unwelcome souvenirs.
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Date of experience: September 2015
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