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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4.03 months ago

Lots of fun, video games, but mainly interactive experiences, we went on the ring (from the film, where saduku will come for you) a zombie safari. Gift shop, it's ran by Sega. Some free things too once your in

4.05 months ago

So much fun! The roller-coaster is great as is every other interactive machine. Highly recommend

5.02 weeks ago

A nice indoor space where you can have fun with your friend great for winter

2.09 months ago

The queue is very long and it will take you more than 1hour of waiting just to ride in one attraction. The unlimited passport ticket worth ¥3700 is just a waste of time and money. I suggest that you should visit the place during regular days and not on holidays.

Also, the Women's toilet bidet is not working. So disappointing.

3.08 months ago

Interesting place for those who loved arcade games. However entrance fees are not cheap. We paid about Rm175 per pax. Many of the rides and games are similar. Also there are quite a few games which requires understanding of Japanese language which actually limits the number of activities foreign tourists like us can participate.

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