TOBU WORLD SQUARE Tobu World Square TOBU WORLD SQUARE Tobu World Square

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How to enjoy

How to enjoy

How to enjoy

Tobu World Square exceeds your imagination
The commitment is truly impressive!

01Commitment toReproducibility Authenticity without compromise,
Move the world

In order to create exhibits in the park, we need permission from the building's designer, but we had some trouble getting permission because some buildings no longer have a designer.The Parthenon in Greece was requested to use real marble, and this exhibit contains real marble powder mixed into the material.

Materials for expressing exquisite details

The buildings in the park, with the exception of some exhibits, are made of reinforced plastic called FRP (FRP).However, they are precisely shaped and colored and are the real thing.Look at the details.

FRP: Material for helmets, household bathtubs, amusement park rides, etc.

01 Commitment to reproducibility: uncompromising pursuit of authenticity, moving the world

02Commitment toHistory Our commitment to authenticity is
Reenacting history

  • Tokyo Station, which has just finished its restoration work, has been restored to its original state before it was damaged by air raids in World War II, that is, the station building at the time of its completion. This is a reproduction of the station building.

    Tokyo Station, which has just finished its restoration work, has been restored to its original state before it was damaged by air raids in World War II, that is, the station building at the time of its completion. This is a reproduction of the station building.

  • You can see the entrance of the American White House, which is usually not open to the public.The entrance is also where the president enters and exits, and due to security reasons, even members of the press are not allowed to enter to see it, making it a sight that can only be seen at Tobu World Square.

    You can see the entrance of the American White House, which is usually not open to the public.The entrance is also where the president enters and exits, and due to security reasons, even members of the press are not allowed to enter to see it, making it a sight that can only be seen at Tobu World Square.

  • The exhibits have been repainted and restored every three years to preserve their appearance. For the National Diet Building, which was restored in 3, a new lightning rod was created to match the shape of the actual building.

    The exhibits have been repainted and restored every three years to preserve their appearance. For the National Diet Building, which was restored in 3, a new lightning rod was created to match the shape of the actual building.

    After the actual National Diet Building was struck by lightning on September 2003, 9, the stone at the top of the central tower was repaired and the lightning rod was replaced at the same time.

03Commitment toDrama A drama performed by 140,000 small residents

There are 140,000 tiny residents with a height of 7 cm living in the park.
There are Dirty Harry-style cops on the streets of New York, Marilyn Monroe-style mannequins in store windows, Sherlock Holmes-style detectives on buildings in England, and a group of Buddhist monks on the Great Wall of China. There are some unique residents who sell bananas like Tora-san at Japanese summer festivals.Part of the fun is trying to find these tiny residents.

03 Commitment to drama Drama performed by 14 small residents

Other characters Pick Up Other human characters Pick Up

  • Does this doll look like someone?
    This doll,
    Does he look like anyone else?
  • A scene from that famous movie...
    Famous film
    scene...
  • Filming for Roman Holiday is underway.
    Roman holiday photography
    It's being done.
  • In the castle tower, there is a figure of a lord looking out over the castle...
    The castle tower has a castle town
    The sight of a lord looking at me...

04Commitment toDirection 20,000 bonsai trees make up the exhibits

Not only are the exhibits recreated to look exactly like the real thing, but the approximately 20,000 trees planted around them also create a wonderful sense of a small world.
Approximately 99% of the park is made of real trees, and the cherry blossoms and plum blossoms in the spring, and the maple and ginkgo trees in the fall make you feel the arrival of the four seasons.In particular, the scenery of the Japanese garden in the Japan Zone, which includes Kinkaku-ji Temple, is a must-see.
Those interested in bonsai should definitely take a look at the mame persimmons at Horyuji Temple, which bear small fruits in autumn, and the ginkgo tree, which is over 80 years old, in front of Kumamoto Castle.

04 Commitment to presentation 2 bonsai trees create exhibits

The power remains the same!
New discoveries in the 1/25 scale world!

01CompareSize Enjoy the world of architecture from a new perspective!

  • 01Compare sizes and enjoy the world of architecture from a new perspective!

    Tobu World Square is a 1/25 scale reproduction of 102 famous buildings from around the world, allowing you to enjoy the world of architecture from a new perspective.For example, there are actual-sized footprints drawn at the feet of the Statue of Liberty, so you can enjoy comparing the size with the real thing.Also, there is a similar, full-sized picture of a clock at the foot of Big Ben.

  • 01Compare sizes and enjoy the world of architecture from a new perspective!

    Tokyo Skytree®, which opened in May 2012, is the world's tallest radio tower and was built using the latest technology, including a modern interpretation of ancient Japanese techniques.Although it is 1/25th the size, its height is approximately 26m!You can imagine just how big the real thing is.

02CompareQuiet and dynamic At play spots, your imagination will expand.

When you insert a coin at the play spot, the dolls and exhibits such as boats and bridges move, making your trip around the park even more fun.In the America Zone, a canal modeled after the Panama Canal is recreated.You can see a reproduction of the canal system and see how ships navigate the ocean at different water levels.

02 Comparing stillness and movement. Expand your imagination at play spots

03Compareprice What are the prices of the exhibits you are interested in?

The plane at the airport is a Boeing 747, and the production cost was approximately 400 million yen.There are a variety of buildings, some large and some small, but on average each building cost about 50 million yen.

03 Compare prices What are the prices of the exhibits you are interested in?

Memories of traveling around the world in one day
Let's leave it in a commemorative photo!

01ShootingExhibits visible through the lens
Enjoy another world!

If you take a photo of the elaborately recreated building from the same perspective as the 7cm tall dolls, you can get a more realistic photo.

01Photograph the exhibits Enjoy another world seen through the lens!

02ShootingWith exhibits Special memories
Let's leave it in a commemorative photo!

If you take commemorative photos of your world travels, they may become one of your most cherished memories.
Depending on your ingenuity, you can also enjoy taking trick photos!Walking around the park while enjoying such photos is one of the ways to enjoy our park.

02Take photos with the exhibits Let's capture your special memories in commemorative photos!

03Shooting atRecommended spot Professional photographer too
Recommended photo spots!

A sign indicating a “photography spot” in the park.
If you stand here and look in the direction of the arrow, you will see a wonderful view.
For example, if you look at the Tokyo Skytree from Itsukushima Shrine, you can take a photo of the upside-down tree stretching out over the surface of the lake.
Let's feel like a professional photographer and take some special memorable photos!!

03 Shooting at recommended spots Shooting spots that are also recommended by professional photographers!
Photo spot Pick Up

Photo spot Pick Up Shooting spot Pick Up

The signboard on the left is the “photo spot” mark.When you visit the park, please look for the signboard on the left.