Site Services

What do I do if my child gets lost?

There are plans to issue lost child badges.

Lost child badges will be issued in front of all site entrance gates and at service facilities such as information areas.

What is a lost child badge?

The child's guardian is issued with a sheet of paper with two identically numbered stickers, one of which should be peeled off and attached to the child's clothing or bag, and the other retained by the guardian. Lost child badges are useful for identification purposes when searching for your child if they become lost. Lost child badges are issued to children ages 2 to 7 years old, and upon request to such people as those accompanying the elderly.

Can I take my pet into the site?

As a rule, pets are not permitted into the site with their owners, however, dogs providing assistance such as guide dogs for the blind or deaf, and service dogs are allowed entry. Toilet facilities for dogs are provided near the gates. Please ask the site staff for details.

How many rest areas are there?

There are a total of 7 indoor rest areas at the Nagakute and Seto Areas.

The rest areas at the Seto Area are equipped only with tables and chairs. There are no staff stationed permanently at these areas, however, multi-staff and volunteers can be found patrolling the area to help with enquiries and provide assistance to the elderly and disabled. Many covered outdoor rest areas have also been provided to ensure your comfort.

What's the first thing I should do if your companion is lost?

Please go the nearest lost child center.

There are a total of 2 lost child centers; one located at the Nagakute Area North Gate, and the other at the Seto Area Seto Gate.

Lost child enquiries are also provided at each Information Center and Guard Box.

Are the toilets equipped with bidets?

No, the toilets are not equipped with bidets. There are no bidets in the disabled toilets (multi-purpose toilets) either.