This Moominvalley Park Ticket & Travel Pass bundle includes an entry ticket to Moominvalley Park in Saitama, as well as train and bus travel from central Tokyo to the park. Your travel pass grants you unlimited rides on Seibu lines for the day, so you can enjoy not just Moominvalley Park, but also other sightseeing spots located along the Seibu lines!
• This is for sale only to non-Japanese passport holders. • Tickets must be picked up at SEIBU Tourist Information Center Ikebukuro in Ikebukuro Station (between 08:00–15:00) • Please present your voucher and passport to the staff when you collect the ticket • Vouchers are valid for up to 60 days from date of purchase • Ticket validity period: valid for 2 weeks from the date of collection (the validity period will be stamped on the ticket at the time of exchange) • Train: - Please show the ticket to the station staff at the information counter near the ticket gates. The station staff will stamp it with the date and name of the station. Please show your ticket to the station staff when you exit the train station as well - The ticket can be used to travel freely for one day for all Seibu train lines (with the exception of the Tamagawa Line) - When taking a limited express train and the reserved seat train, a separate charge will be required • Bus: - Board one of the buses on the set bus routes to the Moominvalley Park and show the bus driver your ticket when you get off the bus. Applicable only for one round trip - This ticket can only be used for one round trip between the north exit of Hanno Station and Metsä or between the east exit of Higashi-Hanno Station and Metsä - The ticket is only valid on the stamped date - The ticket may be used for buses operated by Seibu Bus, Kokusai Kogyo Bus and Eagle Bus • Entry to Moominvalley Park: - Show your ticket to the staff at the Moominvalley Park entrance and enter the park after they stamp your ticket with an entry stamp - Each ticket allows park entry for one person - The ticket is only valid on the boarding date that has been stamped on the front of it • Facilities: Moominhouse, Emma's theater, Exhibition facility "Kokemus", Little My's Play Spot, Oshun Oxtra, and Helmulen's playground - Note: For admission to an attraction that is not on the list above, please purchase a ticket at the ticket vending machines inside the park • Please buy 2 tickets if you plan to visit the park or use your pass for 2 days • Moominvalley Park is subject to close without notice. Please check the official website for park hours before you visit
Moominvalley Park is a theme park about the Moomins, rotund fairy tale characters created by Finnish author and artist Tove Jansson. Set on the shores of Lake Miyazawako in Saitama Prefecture and modeled after the Moomin world, this is the world's first Moomin-themed park located outside of Finland! It combines nature and entertainment, and has theaters, play zones, and even hiking trails on its grounds. Visitors can watch shows at the outdoor theater, learn about various Moomin characters and stories at a three-story museum, have fun at an outdoor playground, and more. Note that some attractions within the park may require additional payment. For fans of the adorable Moomins, Moominvalley Park is not to be missed! This Moominvalley Park Ticket & Travel Pass bundle is designed for those who want to visit the park and also do some sightseeing along the way before or after. It includes a Moominvalley Park 1-day pass for entry to the park and a travel pass for unlimited rides on Seibu train and bus lines for a day. To travel from central Tokyo to Moominvalley Park, take the Seibu Ikebukuro Line from Ikebukuro Station to Hanno Station. The journey will take around 50 minutes on a local train. Then, from Hanno Station, there are multiple buses that connect the station with the Metsä bus stop outside the Moominvalley Park. A ride takes around 15 minutes. Your travel pass can be used for one round trip between the north exit of Hanno Station and Metsä or between the east exit of Higashi-Hanno Station and Metsä, on buses operated by Seibu Bus, Kokusai Kogyo Bus, and Eagle Bus.