Apr 30, 2021

Seibuen Amusement Park reopening with “Let’s Go! Leoland”

The Tokorozawa-based amusement park will be reopenend on May 19 with some features interesting to both Kimba the White Lion and Tezuka fans

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Seibuen Amusement Park, an amusement park in Japan located near Tokyo (in Tokorozawa, Saitama Prefecture) is currently renovated and will be reopened on Wednesday, May 19 2021.

Just like the Seibu Lions baseball team, Seibu-en is also owned and operated by Seibu Railway.

The park will be designed in a retro style of the 1960s like a Showa town, and in that spirit of the 1960s Seibu-en has designed its own in-house currency called Seibuen Currency to match shopping prices and experiences of the 1960s. The bills are called "Hyakuseibuen" and "Juseibuen", and they will show pictures of Caesar and of Kimba, respectively:

Hyakuseibuen Juseibuen

Aside from the the world's first large-scale ride attraction called "Godzilla the Ride Large Monsters Summit Battle", the Seibuen Amusement Park will also feature a family area called "Let's Go! Leoland" that both adults and children will be able to enjoy.

Let's Go Leoland

This area will feature Astro Boy and Kimba the White Lion characters, and 6 attractions including the roller coaster "Atom's Moon Trip" and the rotary ride attraction "Fly! Jungle Hero Leo". There will also be a shop called "Let's Go! Bazaar" that will sell limited-edition goods featuring several Tezuka characters including Astro Boy and Kimba.