Sanrio Puroland

Sanrio Puroland

Travel Guide

For Hello Kitty lovers, there can be no better place than Sanrio’s Puroland. Sanrio Puroland is an indoor theme park dedicated to the various characters developed by the company, including Hello Kitty, My Melody, Kerroppi, JewelPet and more. The theme park attracts over 1.5 million visitors per year.

Opened on December 7, 1990, the theme park is run by the Sanrio company, and hosts various live events, musicals, parades, restaurants, attractions, and theme rides using popular characters such as Hello Kitty, My Melody, Cinnamoroll, Jewelpet and many more. While many of these attractions are only in Japanese, Puroland attracts many visitors from overseas as well as Japan because of the worldwide popularity of these characters. Puroland also has an extensive gift shop selling Sanrio character merchandise. Tourists visiting during the summer will be able to see fireworks on a daily basis. It includes a boat ride similar to It's a Small World in which Cinnamorroll leads riders to a party being held by Hello Kitty, passing through the homes of several Sanrio characters, including Kerroppi's pond and Badtz Maru's cave. Visitors can also tour Kitty's house which includes Renaissance style portraits of her family, fancy furniture and a bath-tub shaped like her face, and displays of her purses and jewelry. Her computer and television are also in her head shape. There are three live theaters and one film theater. It also includes attraction areas themed to candy, ice cream, bread, juice, and chocolate factories.

In addition to shopping for Sanrio Puroland brand items and merchandise in several different shops, other theme park activities include dining in a number of restaurants. There’s a sweet shop, a cinnamon shop, a buffet restaurant, an automated cafeteria style restaurant, and a fast food court.

Stage show Souvenir shops
Stage show Parade Souvenir shops

Travel Advice


- Regularly, mascots of the brand come and a long queue is formed at an impressive speed to be able to say hello, hug them and take a picture. Visitors can ask information center their coming time at 3rd floor. This event is for free.

- There is a treat for visitors who come to the park during the month of their birthday. Those visitors will receive a birthday card. After receiving your birthday card at the information desk, they wear it around the neck, like this it’s easily noticed. There is a birthday show to celebrate birthday with characters, they can have good memories by singing, dancing and taking commemorative photos. There is no age limitation for this event.


- Wedding service is provided. Please ask staff for details.

- Flash is forbidden.

- Free dolls are provided.

- Pay lockers are provided.



Address 1-31 Ochiai, Tama-shi, Tokyo
Phone 042-339-1111
Admission Weekday Passport
Adult: 3,300 yen
Child: 2,500 yen

Holiday Passport
Adult: 3,900 yen
Child: 2,800 yen

Afternonn (Entry after 14:00 in weekdays after 15:00 in holidays)
Adult: 2,200 yen
Child: 2,000 yen
Adult: over 18
Child: 3 to 17
Hours 10:00 to 17:00  weekday
10:00 to 20:00  holiday and national holiday
Entry until 90 minutes before closing
Close time depend on the day
Duration 4 hours
Getting There By Train
5 minutes walk from Tama Center Station on Keio Line, Odakyu Line or Tama Toshi Monorail Line.

By Car
Take Chuo Expressway to the Kunitachi-fuchu exit. It is approximately 8 kilometers from exit.
Take Tomei Expressway to the Yokohama-machida exit. It is approximately 19 kilometers from exit.
Parking Paid parking available

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