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April 3, 2017

Visit Tokyo: Tokyo One Piece Tower

Tokyo One Piece Tower is an indoor amusement park dedicated to the manga series One Piece. Spanning three floors of the Tokyo Tower, Tokyo One Piece Tower offers up a lot of fun and entertainment - and you don't have to be very familiar with One Piece to enjoy your time there!

We were not familiar with One Piece at all, but we were excited to visit Tokyo One Piece Tower.

Upon arrival the first thing guests experience is a film about One Piece and the original "Straw Hat Pirates," which is projected onto a 360 omnidirectional screen. Then the adventure starts on "Tongari Island," where games, attractions, and more await.

One Piece Characters
All attractions, with the exception of Franky's Ball Run (500 yen), are free with admission.  English instructions at each attraction are available.

The first attraction we visited was Chopper's Thousand Sunny Tours.  We explored different interactive rooms, until we got to a surprise at the end.

What surprises are there in the kitchen?
Is this the surprise?
Usopp's Road to Sogeking was a slingshot style game where people had to shoot targets.  If you succesfully hit all of the targets, you get a prize!
Usopp's Road to Sogeking
In Zoro's Soul of Edge, guests were tasked with slashing cannons and other enemies while showing off their sword skills.

One of my favorite attractions was Brook's Horror House, where we had to defeat a zombie by putting a salt ball in its mouth.  It was a short attraction, but it was very dark and scary - in a fun way.
One of my favorite attractions

Another of my favorite attractions was Luffy's Endless Adventure.  We walked through a series of rooms, two of which included a super cool mirror maze.  A dark room filled with endless mirrors made it a challenge for us to get out (one of my kids even smacked his head onto a mirror thinking it was a way out!).
Mirror maze

A couple of the games - Nami's Casino House and Robin's Finding Ponegliff, had wait times from 30 to 60 minutes, and because we were short on time, we were unable to participate in them.  

However, everything we did experience was very entertaining.  

There are several different photo spots throughout Tokyo One Piece Tower, including some Trick Art exhibits, as well as a couple of hilarious interactive exhibits encouraging guests to post a photo on social media with specific hashtags.  You are allowed to take photos at most attractions (it will clearly state if you are unable to take photos on the directions or at the attraction).
"Say cheese!"

3D art
Balancing on barrels
Cruising with Trafalgar Law

Guests got a kick out of this interactive Nipple Light exhibit
Franky's Coke Bar is on site, where we picked up some munchies.
Soldier's Mini Corndogs

Franky Oyanky
Square Sisters' Mild Fried Rice, Dawaina

In addition to games, attractions, photo ops and food, there is also a kids space for toddlers to play, a live One Piece show (you need to scan your admission passports to get a ticket to watch the show, which is for a specified time; capacity is limited per show), and even crafts.

Even though we were unfamiliar with the One Piece series, we had a really fun and neat experience at Tokyo One Piece Tower, and now my kids watch One Piece episodes on YouTube!

Tokyo One Piece Tower
Tokyo Tower, 4 Chome-2-8 Shibakoen
港区 Tokyo 105-0011, Japan
+81 3-5777-5308


Mahalo to Tokyo One Piece Tower for the complimentary admission for our family.

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