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Tokyo One Piece Tower
Tokyo One Piece Tower

Tokyo One Piece Tower

4 Chome-2-8 Shibakoen, Minato City, Tokyo, 105-0011

The Basics

Immerse yourself in the One Piece world on the third floor, full of interactive panels and a life-size banquet scene with all the main characters. On the fourth floor, enjoy games and interactive attractions like a horror house, pinball machines, and casino games. Relive the adventures of the crew, and enjoy an exciting live performance on the fifth floor. Themed restaurants and shops round out the offerings.

Book tickets in advance for extra savings and to avoid waiting in lines. A number of ticket packages are available, including tickets for just the theme park, the theme park and the live show, or the theme park and entrance to the Tokyo Tower observatory.

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Things to Know Before You Go

  • Tokyo One Piece Tower is ideal for anime fans and families with children.

  • Some attractions require an additional fee.

  • Some tickets allow reentry on the same day.

  • The live show is in Japanese only.

  • Don’t forget your camera to take photos with the many life-sized figures in the park.

  • Free WiFi is available at the park.

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How to Get There

Tokyo One Piece Tower is located on floors 3 to 5 of Tokyo Tower, in the Shiba-koen district of Minato. The nearest subway station is the Akabanebashi Station on the Oedo line. From the Akabanebashi Crossing exit, it’s about a 5-minute walk.

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When to Get There

With hours extending to 10pm, Tokyo One Piece Tower is an ideal attraction to visit after others close. There’s limited seating for the live show, so arrive early to avoid disappointment. The characters for the meet and greet differ by day. Check the website for the latest schedule.

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What to Do at Tokyo Tower

The 1,092-foot (333 meter) tall Tokyo Tower is a landmark in the city and features two observatories that offer panoramic city views. You’ll find a number of entertainment options at the tower, such as a wax museum, the Guinness World Records museum, an aquarium, arcade center, and a roof garden—in addition to the One Piece theme park.

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