Around the corner from the water show area, we found a hill with pretty lights. As we walked around and snapped pictures in the lights music started playing. We got a little music show! I couldn't get in a good spot to shoot any video, but, the lights blinked along with the music and made waves around the circle of grass. The kids ran around laughing...yes, even gloomy ole Boy ran with glee.
After this show, we walked back around the corner and found another music show. The Arc de Triomphe and the French flag in lights!
Finally, it was time for the big light show. So, off we went! Three songs of lights and music.
A little information on the place: a plain admission ticket was 1,000 Y for adults, kids under high school were free. If you get there earlier you can pay about 3,000 Y for adults (maybe 1500 for kids) and I think you get to ride ten rides. If you get there with plenty of time you can pay around 4,000 Y for adults (2,000 for children) and ride 28 rides and take in a sea lion show.
The park is open from 1000 to 2030. There are two train stations nearby: Keio Yomiuriland Station and Yomiuriland Mae Station. You definitely want the Keio station since the gondola (300 yen each) is right outside the station exit and it takes you directly to the park entrance. There is a bus that takes you from the Yomiuriland Mae station to the park, but we didn't get there in time to catch it so I'm not sure on the cost. If you drive, there is a parking lot that costs about 1,000 for the whole day.