Yomiuri Land Jewellumination ~ Golden and Birthstone RESONANCE ~
“Yomiuri Land Jewellumination🄬” started in winter 2010 only in this place, there is only one in the world! It has grown in popularity and is known as a unique site, only in this Yomiuri Land you can enjoy the emerald light and the Tokyo night view at the same time. And this year, it’s also made by world-famous lighting designer Motoko Ishii.
This time for the 11th time, we will focus on the beauty of gemstones with the theme “Goden and birthstone RESONANCE”. Gold has eternal beauty that lasts over time and birthstone brings human emotions, these two things blend together to create a beautiful world that makes sense for tomorrow and makes people happier. Twelve gem-patterned areas within the park, such as “pomegranate rubies” and “emeralds”, that everyone has long wished to show off. The biggest fountain show in Japan will be held again this year on an overwhelming scale with 231 fountains with a width of 60m and a height of 15m. Alternatively, you can also take part in the park’s other activities, such as night-only attractions such as the “Starlight Bandit” roller coaster, and sledding sled from the light mountain.
At Yomiuri Land, we are working on measures to prevent the spread of Corona, giving first priority to the health and safety of our customers as well as employees based on the slogan “The Guide prevention of Corona virus infection in amusement park • theme park “. At Jewellumination, we will limit the number of people who can enter the park and take measures so that everyone can enjoy the light in the safest and most comfortable way.
Number of balls: 6.5 million balls
* Holiday and business hours are subject to change. Please visit the official website for the latest information.
Night pass: Adults (18-64 years old) 2,500 yen, children 3 years old – high school students, seniors (65 years and older) 1700 yen
Night admission ticket: Adults (18-64 years old) 1500 yen. Middle and high school students 800 yen, elementary / senior students (65 years and over) 500 yen, free for children under elementary school.
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