They had a couple of kid-friendly rides, lots of themed play areas (where you could, of course, build your own Lego creations) a dining area, and a model city.
As you'd expect, the city was particularly impressive. Here are a few shots from the day.
|Idyllic scenes - until you see a kaiju arising behind the building!|
|A model of the Osaka Aquarium.|
|More Osaka landmarks.|
|The modelling was spectacular, and there were various interactive activities, too.|
|For this Sumo bout, two players would push buttons as fast as they could until their man won (or lost).|
There was also a shop with plenty of Lego sets to buy, but these were not cheap (the Death Star for US$700, anyone?!) and the style does not appeal to me as much as those glorious castle sets from my own youth ( but which we were never rich enough to own, sadly!).
So, a good day out, but if I'm honest, I was not that much of a Lego kid: my heart belonged to those Playmobil cowboys and Indians.