THEMED ENTERTAINMENT

NAGASHIMA AMUSEMENT CENTER “TOY BOX”

KOGOSHIMA, JAPAN

In 1995, Japan unveiled the world’s largest toy box. This 3,700 m2 family amusement center provides “high energy” entertainment for all ages. During their visit, guests enter the colorful and playful lobby entrance, explore 25 western railroad themed karaoke rooms, dine inside the 108-seat sports themed restaurant and view the first IMAX / ride film presentation available in Japan.

 

While shopping along the plaza’s retail shops, visitors are entertained by a sculpture of a giant child emerging from the ground to play with the “Toy Box” and its contents. Upon entering the toy box, the lobby is filled with oversized icons, toys and building blocks. Karaoke areas provide visitors a variety of themed railroad settings from the Wild West and 50’s with the corridors serving as train “platforms” and each karaoke room fashioned as a “railroad car.”

 

HHCP produced the design documents in eight weeks, and worked closely with the client’s on-site team to ensure that the consistency of design intent was carried out during the fast paced 120 day construction period.

 

 

120 N ORANGE  AVENUE, ORLANDO, FLORIDA 32801

P  407  644  2656      F  407  628  3269

SITE DESIGNED AND CREATED BY HHCP

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120 N ORANGE  AVENUE, ORLANDO, FLORIDA 32801

P  407  644  2656      F  407  628  3269

SITE DESIGNED AND CREATED BY HHCP

© 2019 HHCP, Inc. All Rights Reserved