Jiji Press NAGOYA (Jiji Press) — The operator of Legoland Japan released on Tuesday a ticket that includes admission for both the outdoor theme park in Nagoya and a planned neighboring aquarium.
The aquarium, called Sea Life Nagoya, is set to open on April 15 in a hotel now under construction adjacent to Legoland, according to Legoland Japan.
The one-day ticket for Legoland and Sea Life Nagoya, collectively called Legoland Japan Resort, is priced at ¥7,400 for people aged 13 or older and ¥5,800 for children aged 3-12. The operator will offer a ¥200 discount through Feb. 28.
The operator also launched the same day an annual Legoland Japan Resort passport available through April 14, 2019, at ¥19,900 for those aged 13 or older and ¥15,500 for children.
Prices will be reduced by ¥4,000 and ¥3,100 for those aged 13 or older and between 3 and 12, respectively, if they have an annual Legoland passport good through March 31 this year and purchase the new one by the end of February.