Abandoned Nare Dreamland in Japan

Nara Dreamland the Abandoned Gigantic Amusement Park of Japan

Nara Dreamland (Nara dorimurando) is a well known shut down theme park located on Nara-ken, Nara-shi, Horensahoyama, 2??1-1in Japan.

Nara Dreamland is a now derelict amusement park that was opened in 1961. Inspired by the American Disneyland which opened in 1955 in California and was

designed in a mock-like fashion. The entrance to the park is almost identical to the park entrance in California as well, including things like the Train

Screw Coaster Abandoned in Japan

Depot, Main Street U.S.A., and, of course, the Sleeping Beauty Castle. The park had its own mascots, which were 2 kids dressed as bear skinned guards, named

Ran-chan and Dori-chan. The park included spots with fountains but had characters such as Napoleon and Abraham Lincoln as the statues residing in them, it seemed a bit strewn together. The desolate and already seemingly empty Nara Dreamland permanently closed on August 31, 2006.

The rides at Nara Dreamland included: Aska, a wooden roller coaster, Screw Coaster, Bobsleigh, Fantasy Coaster, Kid’s Coaster, Figure-8 Monorail, a carousel,

log fume, a Jungle Cruise Ride, and other small powered rides.

You can view these peoples pretty groovy trip to Nara Dreamland in 2004 Here. They said it was super junkie and looked abandoned even then. Also they were the only people there except for another group of

kids!

As of 2013 Nara Dreamland has not been demolished and still remains a place for many explorers seeking what it has to offer.

Where is the abandoned Nara Dreamland located? You can find this out of this world dreamland with these coordinates. 34°42’00?N 135°49’27?E.

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