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The life and death of Disneyland clone Nara Dreamland

Most popular suicide destinations Nara Dreamland was an almost complete copy of Disneyland in California and was open from 1961 to 2006. Located near Nara Japan the park had a main street, matterhorn, monorail, autopia, skyway and more. The park closed due to poor attendance but is currently abandoned with nature slowly taking over the rides.

Autopia
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Disneyland Autopia
AllahlandNara Dreamland Autopia
Castle
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Disneyland Sleeping Beauty Castle
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Nara Dreamland Castle
Construction
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Disneyland was opened July 17, 1955
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Nara Dreamland Opened 1961 and
August 31, 2006 was closed permanently.
Entrance
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Disneyland Park Entrance
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Nara Dreamland Park Entrance
Fire Station
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Disneyland Main Street Fire Station
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Nara Dreamland Main Street Fire Station
Flying Saucers
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Disneyland Flying Saucers
1961-1966
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Nara Dreamland Flaying Saucers
Jungle Cruise
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Jungle Boats
Disneyland Jungle Cruise
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Jungle Cruise Boats
Nara Dreamland Jungle Cruise
Main Street
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Main Street Disneyland, USA
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Main Street Nara Dreamland, Japan
Park Map
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Park Map for Disneyland USA
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Park Map for Dreamland Japan
Matterhorn
Matterhorn

Matterhorn, Disneyland USA

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Matterhorn, Nara Dreamland
Merry Go Round / Carousel
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Disneyland Carousel
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Nara Dreamland Carousel
Monorail
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Disneyland Monorail
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Nara Dreamland Spaceliner
Monorail Station
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Disneyland Monorail Station
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Nara Dreamland Monorail Station
Omnibus
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Disneyland Double Decker Omnibus
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Nara Dreamland Double Decker Omnibus
Peter Pan Ride
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Disneyland Peter Pan Ride
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Nara Dreamland Peter Pan Ride
Pirate Ship
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Disneyland Captain Hook’s Pirate Ship
1955-1982
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Nara Dreamland Pirate Ship
Railroad
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Disneyland Railroad
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Nara Dreamland Railroad
Skyway
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Disneyland Skyway 1956-1994
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Nara Dreamland Skyway
Submarine Voyage
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Disneyland Submarine Voyage
1959-1998 (now Nemo’s Adventure)
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Nara Dreamland Submarine Voyage
Tea Cups
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Disneyland Mad Tea Party Tea Cup Ride
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Nara Dreamland Tea Cup Ride
Adventureland &Tiki Room
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Disneyland Adventureland
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Nara Dreamland Adventureland
Vintage Automobiles
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Disneyland Vintage Car
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Nara Dreamland Vintage Car

Map

MAIN STREET

  1. Main Entrance
  2. Dreamland Station
  3. Flower Clock
  4. Railroad Coach
  5. Double Decker Bus (OmniBus Clone)
  6. Grand Fountain
  7. Port Town
  8. Steam Train
  9. Replica of first Train Imported to Japan

FANTASYLAND

  1. Castle of Medieval Times (Sleeping Beauty Castle Clone)
  2. Merry Go Round
  3. Tea Cups
  4. Pirate Ship
  5. Fantasy Land Station
  6. Haunted House
FRONTIER LAND

  1. Sail Boat
  2. Castles of Worst Europe
  3. Flower Clock
  4. Railroad Coach
  5. Double Decker Bus (OmniBus Clone)
  6. Koromshi
  7. Ainu Village

ADVENTURE LAND

  1. Sail Boat
  2. Castles of Worst Europe
  3. Flower Clock
  4. Railroad Coach
  5. Double Decker Bus (OmniBus Clone)
  6. Koromshi
  7. Ainu Village

TOMORROWLAND

  1. Bobsled
  2. Monorail
  3. Ropeway
  4. Freeway
  5. Loop the Loop
  6. Astrojet
  7. Rotor
  8. Hovercraft
  9. Grand Open Theater
  10. Las Vegas
  11. Large Playground

More Original Park Brochures

Construction Information
¥ 600,000,000 to construct
420,000 sq. meters
Summer 1961
Address
Nara Dreamland
1900 Horen-cho
Nara, Kansai 630-8113
Japan


Hours
MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN
Open 10:00 10:00 10:00 10:00 10:00 10:00 10:00
Closed 18:00 18:00 18:00 18:00 18:00 18:00 18:00


Cost
Adult ¥1600.00
Group discounts ¥1440.00
Students ¥1600.00
Child 12 & under ¥800.00

All values are in local currency (Yen).

More Pictures from Theme Park Review who took a trip there before it closed.

Satelite Image
Google Maps
has decent satellite images of the park.

Abandoned
The Matterhorn and Monorail

Abandoned
Main Street

 

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Posted By: Jerome Aronson

News Category: Abandoned

 

17 Responses to “The life and death of Disneyland clone Nara Dreamland”

  1. The life and death of Disneyland clone, Nara Dreamland | Deliggit.com…

    \r\nNara Dreamland was an almost complete copy of Disneyland in California and was ope…

  2. How sad, I’ve been to both of them. Suffice it to say, the Japanese version of Disneyland was smaller and more efficient (lol).

    It’s sad that’s it closed and just decaying.

    Ben (Insanity540) on 19 Oct 2008 at 3:42 am
  3. I’m pleased you used my photos of Nara Dreamland in its abandoned state, but you could have asked first eh?

    DrZeus on 11 Nov 2008 at 11:59 pm
  4. The map you used for Disneyland in California is actually a map of Disneyland Paris.

    Jungleskipper on 24 Nov 2009 at 1:01 am
  5. Konnichiwa

    This sounds great, I would love to go to Ghost town Disney Japan.

    Its cheaper than going to Paris, they hate English there.

    I love the Japanese, they are honorable people.

    Sayonara

    “bai – bai”

    Mark(AYGO)Derby on 23 Mar 2010 at 10:28 am
  6. Very interesting comparison! By the current looks of it (I went there recently) it’s hard to believe Nara Dreamland is closed for just 4 years…

    Florian on 03 Oct 2010 at 4:07 am
  7. […] forward to the 1960′s in Nara Japan. The birth of “Nara Dreamland“. In the 1961, a theme park opened in Japan imitating the California Disneyland ride by ride. […]

  8. As sad as it is that it closed, what can you expect from a park that copied a larger, more popular version almost precisely? Sure, they may have wanted to bring a similar experience at a lower price, but at the same time, how could Nara Dreamland expect to meet the standards of, or even compete with, Disney? Disney is more than just a company- its a legacy.. And while its a shame that someone’s time and effort has gone to waste, it really had to be expected….

    Alyssa on 05 Apr 2011 at 2:49 pm
  9. […] first is a look at the comparissons between Disneyland and Nara Dreamland The second is Michael John GristWhose visit is from […]

  10. […] Ontem o updater Lorenzo fez um post sobre os clones de lojas “Apple” que pipocam pela China, entre tantas outras falsificações baratas e que fazem a festa do Engrish. Mas aposto que você não sabia (ou sabia?) que tinha uma Disneylandia genérica no Japão desde 1961? E funcionou até 2006! Foram 45 anos de uma cara de pau de olhinhos puxados, lá no Nara Dreamland. […]

  11. Does anyone else find these incredibly cheesy knock-offs of iconic Disney stuffs to be somehow sad and creepy? I swear, it looks like something out of low-grade, SyFy channel horror film, created on the cheap to imply that terrible events are taking place at Disneyland, but they can’t use the real thing or the real name.

    Oh, and it wasn’t creepy enough, now it’s abandoned. Which does bring up the question… in the most densely populated country in the world, how does something that size stay abandoned for long? Seems like that land would have a bit of a premium on it.

    VJ on 15 Aug 2011 at 8:38 am
  12. Why was it closed and abandoned? Did something happen or it just got old?

    Automobili? nuoma on 07 Oct 2011 at 4:41 am
  13. I don’t think it’s so sad that it closed, nobody remembers it in Japan and the people who went there didn’t like it at all. It really wasn’t good it seems. I went there recently, took many pictures and explained my exploration. If you want to see it, it’s here: http://www.meow.fr/urbex/nara-dreamland-haikyo/.

    TigrouMeow on 22 Oct 2011 at 8:17 pm
  14. […] of those things together at one point (albeit with an ugly mountain), and much more in addition: Nara Dreamland vs Disneyland Was Disney happy about this? Nope. Did it matter? Nope again. Don't like it? Well, tough–it's not […]

  15. How would I go about purchasing this amusement park? Does anyone know where I can call, or contact the owners of this property? If you do, please let me know as soon as possible.

    Thank you,

    Delano

    Delano on 02 Sep 2012 at 4:27 pm
  16. […] forward to the 1960′s in Nara Japan. The birth of “Nara Dreamland“. In the 1961, a theme park opened in Japan imitating the California Disneyland ride by ride. […]

  17. Thanks for this great page! Being a former cast member at the Magic Kingdom at WDW in Florida I’m fascinated and horrified by Nara Dreamland – kind of like watching a train wreck over and over again…
    I especially like the Chinese Disney World rip-off. Pictures of farmers tending their crops in front of the never completed castle has a surreal effect on me.
    However, seeing the photos of the Disney originals and the Dreamland rip offs side by side is fantastic! Thanks!

    Duke on 07 Jan 2015 at 11:43 am
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