This indoor amusement park occupying the 3rd-5th floors of the Decks Tokyo building in Odaiba is packed with Sega's virtual-reality attractions. There are over twenty attractions that, with an aid of high-tech 3D video screens, headphones and realistic movement of riding machines, provide a feel of roller coasters combined with haunted houses, treasure hunting or racing competition.
The most popular are Half Pipe Tokyo, a spinning battle with realistic blasts, and Storm-G where a futuristic slay rotates 360 degrees in all directions while racing in a loop. Those who like horror and scream should try Veil of Dark, a high-speed ride exploring the ruins of a bioengineering institute. There are a few ‘non-virtual’ highlights such as the Spin Bullet roller coaster.
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Airport/Sta.Tokyo International Airport (about 8.9km) Google Transit
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3.02 weeks ago
We visited during Golden Week and it was very busy as anticipated. It can feel kind of chaotic but lively, with people on scavenger hunts, screams from a cool looking roller coaster that I didn't see the entrance to. We rode several other rides that were nice, played a virtual zombie shooter game, and spent a lot of money to get a stuffed chipmunk from the claw game. The food looked pretty good, but I didn't purchase any. We spent 3 hours there. Nice place.
5.0a month ago
Lots of fun to spend a day at. Lines build up quick so figure out what you want to do before showing up. After 2 or so hours lots of rides will have 40 minute waits.
Lots of crane games, arcade style rides (house of the dead was very cool), and a surprisingly good and cheap crepe place.
4.0a month ago
Pretty fun. The VR is extra, but a cool experience if you haven’t done. Also slightly cheaper here oddly then other places. The rides are fun, but if you know people in your group are only going to ride a few don’t buy the passport.
5.0a month ago
So much fun
5.0in the last week
Expect at least 4 hours of fun when planning to go there, if you're a family with young children, ones that are too young to enter most rides, younger than 7, and/or shorter than 90cm, consider buying a prepaidpassport for one of the adults and just an admission for the other, because most likely one of the adults will stay with the younger children whilst the older ones go to the rides they're not allowed to go to, if there's a ride that cam accept you all you can pay for it on site. Also know that the place has 3 floors, and I haven't found an elevator, so put that in consideration if you have a baby trolley, honestly I didn't ask if there's one.