A Visit to the White House in Japan, after approximately three years since the last coverage.

Amidst the global spread of the novel coronavirus and hyperinflation caused by a historic yen depreciation, international travel for Japanese citizens remains challenging. Given that our website’s concept is to introduce the charm of Washington, D.C. to a wider Japanese audience, it is only fitting that we conduct on-site coverage and provide the latest information. However, considering the current situation where it is not easy for international travelers to visit Washington, D.C., we have explored alternatives to offer a way to experience the city in a more accessible manner. As a result, we have decided to conduct coverage within Japan, seeking opportunities to bring Washington, D.C. closer to our audience domestically.

Exploring Tobu World Square in Tochigi Prefecture


In Tobu World Square, located in Tochigi Prefecture, Japan, you can find a replica of the White House, also known as the Japanese version of the White House. It is approximately a 2-hour train ride from Tokyo or around 30 minutes by car from Utsunomiya Interchange on the Tohoku Expressway, situated in the Kinugawa Onsen area.

Tobu World Square is a theme park where famous buildings from around the world are replicated at a scale of 1:25. Visitors can walk around the park, experiencing a miniature world tour from Gulliver’s perspective. The park features a miniature version of the White House, among many other renowned landmarks.

Where is the miniature White House located?


Tobu World Square is divided into six different zones, and the miniature White House is located in the America Zone.

In the America Zone, you can find attractions such as the Statue of Liberty and the skyscrapers of Manhattan. Many tourists are often drawn to these iconic landmarks. However, the miniature White House is situated towards the back, near the border with the Egypt Zone.

In addition to the White House, Tobu World Square is filled with a plethora of famous buildings from around the world.


Tobu World Square is a theme park where you can travel the world from Gulliver’s perspective, and it features not only the White House but also numerous other famous buildings.

Since our website focuses on Washington, D.C., let’s introduce the miniatures of sister cities in Tobu World Square.

From Paris, France, our longstanding partner since the founding of our country, you can find miniatures of the Eiffel Tower, Notre-Dame Cathedral, Arc de Triomphe, and the Sacré-Cœur Basilica atop Montmartre.

Furthermore, a partial replica of the Palace of Versailles, which is a popular destination for many tourists visiting Paris, is also featured.

From Rome, Italy, there are replicas of the Colosseum, St. Peter’s Basilica in Vatican City, and the Parthenon in Athens, Greece.

In the Asia Zone, you can explore miniatures such as Wat Arun from Bangkok, Thailand, the Forbidden City and Temple of Heaven from Beijing, China, a section of the Great Wall of China known as Badaling, which many tourists visiting Beijing often visit, as well as Seoul Namdaemun Gate, Gyeongbokgung Palace, Gyeonghoeru Pavilion, and Hyangwonjeong Pavilion from Seoul, South Korea.

These are just a few examples of the numerous buildings and landmarks you can discover at Tobu World Square as you immerse yourself in the world’s miniatures.

Thoroughly examining the White House at Tobu World Square.

On our website, we would like to thoroughly examine the White House at Tobu World Square, comparing it not only to the real White House but also to the model found at the White House Visitor Center in Washington, D.C. We will delve into the details and provide a comprehensive analysis.