Children’s Kingdom in Chiba – KidsDom

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The access to Kids Dom is easy -1 to 2 hours drive from Tokyo.
It is a reasonably priced facility where you can play all day long with attractions such as go-carts and trains, as well as relaxing in the grass plaza and enjoying fishing.

Admission is reasonable at 900 yen for adults, 300 yen for elementary and junior high school students, and 200 yen for infants.

Parking fee is at 800 yen per day, making it a family-friendly facility.

Attraction tickets are sold separately and you can buy a ticket as needed.

Prices for attarctions range from 200 yen to 800 yen. There are various attractions.

When you enter, the first thing you see is Chipper-kun’s clock tower.

Approximately every hour the castle is lifted and we see the great adventure of Mr. Chipper.
The story is such that Chipper-kun saves the princess of the castle.

First is the fishing experience. You can catch small carp and put them back in the pond.
We caught three carp, but my daughter didn’t seem to like them very much.

The plaza was large and some families were relaxing.

There are also free play facilities, and the Asobing Village is one of them.
There are also other mirrors that look like knobs, which even adults may enjoy.

This boat ride is 400 yen. There were objections to get to the go-cart.

This athletic zone is also free.

The go-cart track is located across the lake.
I thought there was an unusually large solar panel on the lake,
I later found out that it was Japan’s largest mega solar power plant on water.

We finally made it to the go-cart rides. The fare is 800 yen per person.

1.5 km long course runs through the woods. It is quite a challenging ride.
Only those with a driver’s license are allowed to drive.

The other thing my daughter liked was playing with bubbles in the pool.
She plays by spinning around in the bubble for about 15 minutes.

We found a long slide. This one is free.

At the end of the day, we played at the athletic zone until it’s time to go.
The kids played really well from morning to evening.
You can play all day long at a reasonable price.


I stayed at the Goi Grand Hotel this time.
The mattresses were of a higher quality than those of ordinary business hotels, and there was a wide variety of breakfast and plenty of fruit available.
It might be good to use this hotel when touring with Mother Farm and German Village.


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