Tokyo Joypolis

Sightseeing information about Tokyo Joypolis in Japan.

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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.

PurposeFestivals,couple,sports,thrilling,experience,kids,haunted places,let's hang out!
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4.02 weeks ago

It’s fun but set expectations low to avoid disappointment. There are a bunch of Japanese language only attractions but we still enjoyed them. The 3D sound attraction wasn’t in English but it was maybe the best one. Skip spicy taxi it takes too long to get going and is average. The roller coaster is bizarre and fun, the searching game was too hard but a lot of the horror stuff was good, including the 3D movie. Overall good experience if you want a bizarre japan theme park half-full day. We probably got through half the rides in a half day but could give or take the rest

4.02 weeks ago

Pretty neat place with a lot of amusement rides. Most of them are motion simulators. They do not do a good job of describing what the ride is before you get on, which can be a good or bad thing depending on the kind of person you are. Wait times are a little long. 600 Yen per ride or 4200 Yen or so for access to all rides.

3.0a month ago

Went in Sat, very long queue. Waiting time is about45min or longer per ride. The unlimited pass for tourist is 4200yen. Not worth getting the passport ticket for unlimited rides unless you can do 8 or more rides. The staff also did not fully utilise the avail seat on the ride. Some rides which can sit 4, but there is only 2 person, they did not check if there is any other behind the queue that can slot into the 2 vacant seats. If you just get the entrance ticket without any ride, per ride are around 600yen. The staff don’t speak much English, including the staffs at ticket office so cannot understand what are the things included in the pass. They provide a instruction sheet for you to read instead. The 3D shows and some rides are in Japanese only. The unlimited rides are only for the attractions, does not include the arcade machines. One thing that the staff did better than Disneyland is the way the conduct the briefing before each ride. While I do not understand a single word that they said, it is definitely very entertaining watching their actions.

4.02 months ago

Honestly, we didn't expect to enjoy it as much as we did. Some decent rides that had very attentive staff that made sure we understood how to play or enjoy as foreigners. It's basically an arcade with some rides and interactive rides which makes them more enjoyable. You will need some Japanese for a few rides. I suggest buying an admission ticket and choosing rides to play when you like the look of them. Which you can do through the many machines in this small theme park. Great for nostalgia, a nice few hours to enjoy on a rainy day.

5.0a week ago

Nice place to visit during the weekday and with the teenagers. I choose to visit the place during the weekday as I saw in some of the comments that the weekend will be packed and the waiting time for each game will be long. We managed to play most of the game as there aren't a lot of guests during our visit.

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