Industrial Tourism in Japan
Licca Castle opened on May 3, 1993, to commemorate Licca-chan’s 25th birthday anniversary. It was established in Ono, Fukushima as the first integrated production factory for dolls in Japan. By giving children the opportunity to tour the making of Licca-chan dolls, we hope for them to feel the heart of the creators that went into the process and appreciate the importance of things. We hold exhibition events such as for historical material and special limited edition items to help visitors learn more about Licca-chan.
Licca Castle (Little Factory)
51-3, Nakadoori, Ononiimachi, Ono-machi Tamura-gun, Fukushima
About a 5-minute drive from the Banetsu Expressway’s Ono Interchange Exit
About a 10-minute walk from JR Ononiimachi Station
Parking (for cars): Available in the facility
Car parking fee: Free
Tourist bus parking: Available (for both oversized vehicles and medium-sized vehicles) in the facility
Tourist bus parking fee: Free
Children (age 2 – junior high school students): ¥500
Trying on a dress (ladies only): Free
|Working days and hours||10:00 - 16:00 (entrance closes 15:30)|
Mondays (except on national holidays or during spring and summer vacations)
Scheduled days off for the facility
|Time required for a tour||30 min.|
Large groups of 25 or more
The fee applies to the entire facility.
Photography during the manufacturing portions is forbidden. All other areas can be photographed.
We post days closed on our website, so please check it before visiting.