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Tokyo Sesame Place to Close

Author: RR Fish, Issue: October 2006, Topic: Tourism, Location: Tokyo

Tokyo Sesame Place (http://www.sesameplace.co.jp) in Akiruno City, Tokyo will be closed at the end of this year, and many "thank you/farewell" events are coming up.

Special "Thank you" Stage Show

October 7 to November 26

Happy Halloween event: October 28 & 29

Kids under elementary school age who come in costumes* will get in free, and up to 3 family members who accompany kids in costumes will get 50% discount on their admission prices. All the kids who come to the Sesame Place in costumes will get a free gift.

The 14th "Hataraku(work) Car" Festival: November 18 & 19

40 different kinds of special cars such as fire engine, police bike, and other special-purpose vehicles will be on display, and kids get to sit in the driver's seat and enjoy the demonstrations.

The "Thank you everyone" button give away: starts October 1

The buttons will be given away to kids under elementary school age

They probably will announce more events later on, so keep checking their website!

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