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Keio Rail Land

3-36-39 Hodokubo, Hino 191-0042, Tokyo Prefecture
+81 42-593-3526
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Nice train museum

Keio Rail-Land offers many attractions, including a large-scale ‘experience simulator’ where... read more

Reviewed 13 August 2017
via mobile
Cute, affordable but not amazin

I took my son here--it's got some simulators, a climbing area, a few cars that you get into, a few... read more

Reviewed 20 February 2017
Fort Collins, Colorado
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13 Aug 2017
“Nice train museum ”
20 Feb 2017
“Cute, affordable but not amazin”
3-36-39 Hodokubo, Hino 191-0042, Tokyo Prefecture
+81 42-593-3526
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Reviewed 13 August 2017 via mobile

Keio Rail-Land offers many attractions, including a large-scale ‘experience simulator’ where visitors can operate a train and learn, touch, and experience how railroads work. Children can also play in complete safety in a special sports course designed in the image of a railroad network. A...More

Thank ericdallemagne
Reviewed 20 February 2017

I took my son here--it's got some simulators, a climbing area, a few cars that you get into, a few rides, etc. It's not amazing but if you happen to be in the area and have a young train lover then it's worth popping into...More

Thank DCTravelers69
Reviewed 4 February 2017

It's very cute and meant to supply the train experience for small children, everyone else but me were parents with their children. There is absolutely no English available so if u don't speak and read Japanese it's a bit a waste of time.

Thank Matan K
Reviewed 26 April 2016

Used the Keio line mainly to travel around Tokyo. Always on time, reliable and clean. Friendly and helpful staff at the various points It could be a rush during the peak times before of after office hours. It's not issue for short distance travel.

Thank pathmanaban
Reviewed 28 July 2015

I'm always a fan of Japanese railways, and Keio line is by far my favorite, so I went there by myself as an adult during my vacation in Japan, to spend some time with my favorite trains. Sadly, this place is mostly marketed to parents...More

2  Thank ichiros663
Reviewed 11 July 2015

I took my train-obsessed three-year old to the Keio Rail Land a few days ago and he loved it. If you've been to the Railway Museums in Nagoya and Saitama (Omiya) this might be a bit of a disappointment. It's small, but here's the why...More

Thank DesertDiplomat
Reviewed 4 July 2015

Very small railway museum. The kids will go nuts here. Have 6 sets of train cars to look at, a small Keio bus inside and a simulator. Upstairs is a place the kids can play with toy trains as well. This attraction might be for...More

Thank Odakyumatt
Reviewed 17 November 2013

The Keio Rail Land museum re-opened on Oct 10 2013 . It offers fun for young children including train simulators, Conductor simulator, a ball pit, toy railtrack to lay out , a diorama and a mini train outdoors to ride on. For rail enthusiasts there...More

2  Thank JonAllen
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