This Indoor Amusement Park Is Inside a Hot Spring Facility in Nara
Take your kids for a fun day at the park.
Nara Kenko Land
600-1 Kabata-cho, Tenri City, Nara Prefecture
Open 24 hours.
Entrance fee: ¥1,100 per senior citizen, ¥1,650 per adult, ¥1,100 per student, ¥880 per child. Fees change on weekends and national holidays.
How to get there: There is a free bus available from Kintetsu Hirahata Station, JR Koriyama Station, and Kintetsu/JR Tenri Station
For children between 0 to 12 years old (6th graders)
Open from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m. Open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on weekends and national holidays.
Fee: ¥1,000 for a 2-hour pass. ¥550 per 1-hour extension. ¥1,400 or a 1-day pass. If you use Nara Kenko Land, a 1-day pass is + ¥550 the entrance fee. All the fees are the same for adults and children. Adults must be accompanied by a child. Adults alone or children alone cannot enter. Free for those under 1 year old (please show an insurance card).
Nara Kenko Land is a popular hot spring facility where families can enjoy various spots like natural hot springs and indoor pools. Among those spots, the Nara Wanpaku Land Hashakids, which is an indoor amusement park, is popular among children. It just reopened last February. Read on to find out what’s new at Hashakids.
What is Nara Wanpaku Land Hashakids?
The idea behind this indoor amusement park with a gigantic inflated playground is to be a place where the parent-child relationship can become a friendship. There are various equipment like ball pools you can sink into and a 10-meter-long huge slider in this 1,000 square-meter space. The park brought out 5 new equipment for this time’s renovation, which made this park even more fun for families!
The renewed Nara Wanpaku Land Hashakids.
Here’s what’s new at Nara Wanpaku Land Hashakids
The amusement park has recently added inflated playgrounds. Here’s what you can expect when you visit.
This is a large slider that is about 10 meters long and is about 5 meters high. It’s more thrilling than it seems!
This is a big ball pool with the image of a coal factory. Have fun sinking into the balls and throwing them at each other. Be gentle! There is also an interesting trick that you can do with the balls, so try finding it, too!
Jump from an 80-centimeter tall point! Find out who can land the best and make a game out of it.
Furoro no Mori
This is a forest where Ofuro Shika Furoro and its friends are. Have fun with them when you visit!
This is also an exhilarating playground where you climb up using the holds. Don’t worry, there is also a rope so that small children can play safely.
The popular playgrounds are still here
The playgrounds that were popular before are still available. You can still enjoy them with your children at the newly-renovated space.
Team Labo’s Kobito ga Sumau Kokuban
This monitor playground gets children curious to know more. Watch for the changes that will happen when you touch the board that shows the world of dwarfs living inside or the floating bubbles.
Slide down circling on the slide from the second floor of this athletic equipment by going up the zigzag stairs. This is for children 6 years old and below.
Osuna Asobi Corner
Here you can play with antibacterial kinetic sand that is kept clean. Enjoy touching the soft yet quite strange feel of sand and making your original art piece with it.
Bird Nest Swing
This is a big swing that almost feels like it's embracing a child once seated. Several children can play at the same time, making it quite exciting!
Enjoy Nara Kenko Land after playing at Hashakids
There are various baths like the outside bathtub and nano carbonic acid bath!
After playing a lot at Hashakids, have a nice time at Nara Kenko Land, where you can play more in the inside pool, relax in the natural hot spring, and enjoy delicious meals. Sounds like a perfect day, right?
Provided by Japan Walker™, Walkerplus™, and Kansai Walker™ (2 March 2020)