Tobu World Square

The world’s famous buildings recreated at 1/25 scale. Take a world tour in 2 hours

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Consisting of 6 zones including Japan, the United States and Egypt, 102 buildings from 21 countries including 45 World Heritage sites are recreated. The night illumination is also popular.
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Saturday ( 9:30 AM ~ 4:0 PM )
Sunday ( 9:30 AM ~ 4:0 PM )
Weekdays ( 9:30 AM ~ 4:0 PM )

3/20~11/30 AM9:00~PM5:00 12/1~3/19 AM9:30~PM4:00
Adult: 2,500 JPY
Children: 1,200 JPY

Adults apply to junior high school students and up Children are 4 years and up
Tobu World Square, 209-1 Ohara Kinugawaonsen Nikko-shi, Tochigi
(0288) 77-1055

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The attraction of being able to view recreated buildings from various angles that cannot be seen with the real thing

Located next to Nikko Kinugawa Onsen. The models within Tobu World Square are 1/25 scale, but you will be surprised at how exceptionally big they actually are. For instance, there is the 634m Tokyo Sky Tree whose model measures 25.36m which is the equivalent of a 7-story building. Being able to see buildings from overhead, you will end up gazing at these structures in detail from various angles such as Kyoto’s Kiyomizu-dera Temple which can’t actually be seen from the left.

Celebrities among the 7cm residents

There are 140,000 residents within the park that are only 7cm high. Intricately and individually created down to the last detail, there are even famous people scattered all around. “Roman Holiday” is being filmed at the Duomi di Milano, and the Buddhist monk Xuanzang can be found at the Great Wall of China. Also, you can come across Batman and Marilyn Monroe and other unique characters. One way to enjoy your time is walking through the square and searching for those famous folks among the buildings which could almost be forgotten for the real thing.

The nighttime illumination in the winter

The opening times are extended annually between November and March, and about 1.4 million red and blue lights gorgeously illuminate the grounds. Beginning with Tokyo Sky Tree, buildings such as the Eiffel Tower and the Duomi di Milano and the surrounding area are wondrously lit up with LEDs and spotlights. The 100m leading up to Alpine Roses Park continues the wonder with a light tunnel. You can also enjoy the performance of a variety of lights for the fall foliage and the snowscapes of winter.

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