Saturday, 20 April 2013

Namco Namja Town

One of the largest indoor theme park in Japan, which we went some time back in 2011, a treat by the kind Minoru. I have to admit, despite knowing the place's existence beforehand (the place opened in 1996), we never made any effort to enter it, not even when we practically camped at Sunshine 60  when we visited Ulfes (ultraman Festival) in 2006. *grins*

Anyway, before anyone gets excited about this place, it is currently closed for renovation/upgrading and is schedule to open this summer. Well, in July to be exact.
We went on the Bianca Vita (a carousel),
Pass by the Onnen Ryokan (Haunted Inn) and happily walking past haunted stuff along the corridor. Raimie was thrilled. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
The boy was sure happy with all these haunted stuff. Pity we didn't linger too long and really took our time with all the exhibits. OK... so it was kinda cheesy but hey! Cheesy can be FUN!

Have to admit, we managed to avoid anything cute while inside. Except when it comes to sweet stuff.
 
Thank you again Minoru!

14 comments:

  1. Wow, this place is awesome!!! =]

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    1. It was. Probably will be more awesome once it re-opens. :)

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  2. A great place for both big and little kids :)

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    1. And couples by the looks of it. ;)

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  3. Hi! I gazed your post fondly. Your information is perfect. I did not know this town would open this summer.
    Wishing you a wonderful weekend.

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    1. Hope you have a greta weekend too! :)

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  4. Wish we had visited there! There's too much to see and do in Japan, and not enough time.

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    1. Indeed.

      We have so many places we've yet visited because there wasn't enough time. Even after 8 visits! ;p

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  5. The African has finally arrived at this post. :D

    I've been here, but I got an awful attack of claustrophobia. I was also with a very kind friend, so I had to behave myself, but I really struggled. Low ceilings, dark, no sunlight ...

    Eeek! (@_@)

    Very nice ice cream, though.

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    1. And the Malaysian finally made her appearance, 3 days later. Pretty efficient reply, if you ask me. ;p

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    2. Three days late? Meh. That's early where I come from! :D

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  6. Wow!!! My favorite ice-cream! :D yummi and cute!

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