Asakusa Hana-Yashiki

Travel Guide - Asakusa Hana-Yashiki


Asakusa Hana-Yashiki is a nostalgic Shitamachi (old working-class district) style amusement park with the feel of old Asakusa.
The metro amusement park for the ordinary folk appeals combination of nostalgic rides and high tech shows.

First opened in 1853, Hana-Yashiki is said to be the oldest amusement park in Japan.
It also boasts Japan's oldest working rollercoaster, which made its debut back in 1953.

Opening Hours

  • 10:00 – 18:00 *Varies depending on season and weather


  • No closing days *Except on maintenance days

Access / Public Transport

  • 3 minutes walk from Asakusa Station on the Tsukuba Express (03)
  • 5 minutes walk from Asakusa Station on the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line (G19), Tobu Skytree Line (TS01), or Toei Asakusa Line (A18)

Address / Location

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