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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4.03 weeks ago
Sega Joypolis is a very small amusement park inside a mall. Expect to spend less than 2 hours here. I would only recommend it as a side trip out of curiosity and not worth a day trip. This little park is geared towards dating and couples, not for friends or groups, which I think messes it up a lot. As I went with my wife, I knew what to expect.
About the rides and what is inside. They are small rides and nothing huge. "Fun" here is what you make of it. I had a blast, because I wanted to have a blast and didn't expect a 5 star Disney land. Don't go in disappointing yourself for no reason.
The transformers ride and the zombie shooting game is fun, most of the rides are motion, so if you get motion sick easily, this park isn't for you. I didn't last very long myself. They are old rides, but were innovating back in the day. But other rides are just simple, you sit in a seat and there is a screen in front of you, that sums up 75% of the rides.
The staff are good, they do their best to get into the role, I don't know what people can say it was slow or bad, busy is busy, I went on an off day, be smart. Food is terrible, but what do you expect? Eat at the restaurants nearby the malls.
5.0in the last week
The Tokyo joypolis was great, we go there early and went on all the cool rides almost without standing in the lines. The 4,000yen pass is recommended if you plan on staying there for most of the day. If you don't have much time I would recommend getting the regular pass and then purchase tickets per ride. Great place for rainy days.
3.02 weeks ago
5 hours are enough.
Don't do the fortune teller thing (I didn't pay attention to what it was called): The touch devices are painfully slow and they seem to be using it for market research. I wonder if they are selling the data you have to type in for these touch screen activities. One question was (literally) "Do you prefer traditional store to new/popular one?"; another one was "Do you like learning foreign languages?". We did that for some stupid fun, not to help you make some extra cash with our data.
Otherwise it was fun. We went on a weekday; wait times averaged 10-15 minutes for most things, so it was ok.
Don't do the roller coaster unless the line is short, as it is a very short ride, made longer by some guitar hero style mini-games you could also play on your phone.
They really should replace half the rides there with some new VR-rides. The place is definitely fun, but it needs an update.
The staff was great.
4.02 months ago
I had a fun time here. Wasn’t to expensive and there was a bunch of fun rides. Most of the people working there were super nice. And the view from the balcony was amazing. The food sucked though so u might want to eat before you go in
4.04 months ago
Great place! I’ve had so much fun at joyopolis, the games are and rides are amazing, easily better than most I’ve had in America. My one gripe is that since I’m a little big and tall 6 feet and I’ve had a hard time in some rides like the half-pipe. But if you’re chubby or smaller you shouldn’t have a problem.