Chibi Maruko-chan Land E-Tickets

Overview

Visit Chibi Maruko-chan Land in Shizuoka and experience a day in the life of Momoko "Maruko" Sakura, titular character of the beloved series! Located in Shimizu, Shizuoka Prefecture, the birthplace of the author, Chibi Maruko-chan Land features plenty of adorable exhibits that will delight all fans of the series.

Highlights

  • Visit real-life recreations of Maruko's house, school, park, and more
  • See precious autographed manuscripts of Chibi Maruko-chan and materials used in the creation of the anime
  • Enjoy a projection mapping display, seasonal events, and take home original Chibi Maruko-chan merchandise
  • Flexible tickets valid for up to 6 months from date of purchase

Key Information

Important Information

• Tickets are flexible and valid for up to 6 months from the date of purchase • Tickets cannot be used with other coupons or discounts • Tickets do not allow direct admission. Please wait in line and follow the instructions of the staff • Entry is free for children aged 2 and under • The attraction's opening hours may vary depending on the season • Some facilities or activities may be closed depending on the season • Once your booking is confirmed, no cancelations or refunds are allowed • Lost, burned, or damaged tickets cannot be reissued

Description

Chibi Maruko-chan is a shojo manga (girls' comic) series first published in August 1986. Featuring the everyday life and adventures of third-grade student and troublemaker Momoko "Maruko" Sakura, the combined volumes of the comic had sold more than 31 million copies in Japan as of 2006, making it the fifth best-selling shojo manga ever. Japan's one and only museum dedicated to the beloved series is Chibi Maruko-chan Land. It's located in Shimizu, Shizuoka Prefecture, where the author was born. Inside the museum, you can visit Maruko's house, school, and local park, recreated from the world of Chibi Maruko-chan. You can even see a manuscript signed by Momoko Sakura, the creator of Chibi Maruko-chan, as well as materials used in the creation of the anime. There is also a projection mapping display, a variety of seasonal events held, and a gift shop stocked with original merchandise for fans who want to take home a souvenir!

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