Little World - The Little World & Museum of Man - Theme Park in Inuyama-shi

Little World "The little world is not an ordinary park. It is a wonderful park that has as theme culture of several countries of the world and the Museum of Man.

Little World - The Little World & Museum of Man - Inuyama-shi Theme Park 1Within the Museum of Man has approximately 6.000 materials gathered from 70 countries and consists of five themes "evolution", "technology", "language", "society" and "value", showing the evolution of humanity since the beginning of civilization.

Little World - The Little World & Museum of Man - Inuyama-shi Theme Park 2O Little World (The Little World) opened in 1983 with 1.230.000 square meters in the city of Inuyama in Achi, with a path of 2.5 km containing 33 replicas of dwellings and typical clothing of about 22 countries, that is, is a tiny fragment of the culture of each illustrated place, in addition to restaurants with typical foods.

You can, in addition to enjoying the architecture, wear clothes (usually old), from each country for 500 yen. With events from artists from around the world playing ethnic music, they perform acrobatics and dances.

It is a formidable place, dazzling due to the quantity of particularities and the ingenuity as they were arranged.

Little World - The Little World & Museum of Man - Inuyama-shi Theme Park 3You can get a passport (¥ 300) at the entrance to the Little World that you can stamp at each point in the cities to take as a souvenir.

Adults: 1.700 yen

Above 65 years: 1.300 yen

Children: 700 yen

Minors of 3 years: 300 yen

Parking: 800 yen

Hours of operation vary according to the time of year.

  • Jan / Feb: 10: 00 as 16: 00, Closed Wednesday and Thursday
  • Mar / Nov: 09: 30 as 17: 00, Closed Monday and Friday
  • December: 10: 00 as 16: 00, Closed 31 for December, Wednesday, and Thursday

Tel: 0568-62-5611 (Japanese)

End: Aichi-ken Inuyama-shi Imai Narusawa 90-48

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