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The largest indoor theme park in Odaiba DECKS Tokyo Beach. It’s indoor so you can comfortably enjoy even in hot summer, cold winter, and rainy days. There are more than 20 types of attractions dotted which includes roller coaster.
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We came for the Initial D rides. There was no queue but the one of the staff refused to let us choose our rides(there was NOBODY behind us), we said we will be okay with waiting but she said a firm no. We attempted to...More
Good way to spend a couple of hours if you're in the area. After some deliberation, we opted only for the 800yen admission pass (500yen for foreign passport holders) as we did not want to go on all the rides and pay 4000yen (which includes...More
This is basically an indoor theme park. If you are into theme parks you will like it, if not you won't.
Paid to get in and others in the party went on a number of the rides. We didn't buy the day pass as we...More
Great place if your in to rides or have kids. Plenty to do from roller coasters which incorporate gaming to VR shooting games, Initial D driving game and even a treadmill sonic the hedgehog game.
You can by an unlimited ride ticket and stay from...More
After visiting the Mori Building Digital Art Museum (see separate review for that attraction) my husband and I spent the afternoon at Joypolis and had so much fun!
For foreign passport holders (i.e non-Japanese citizen) a 1 day passport is 4000 yen. Note that you...More
We had quite a good fun and there was no line (almost) for the attractions. The technology used is quite impressive for some attraction (not for all of them) and we had fun to discover it. We are quite a very geeky couple but after...More
We came here on a rainy day and it wasn't too over crowded. We paid for the ticket that allowed us to do all the rides/amusements unlimited. Remember to bring your passport to get a discount per person at the counter. My partner enjoyed the...More
We arrived on a Friday around 2pm. We got the full pass for 4000 yen, and didn't know what to expect since it was totally spontaneous. We did around 7 or 8 rides. The whole location & a lot of the attractions are quite outdated,...More
Odaiba is an entertainment hotspot with a giant ferris wheel, concert halls, amusement arcades and lots of shopping. It also boasts Oedo-onsen-monogatari, a hotspring that recreates old Edo-era ambiance and is very popular with foreign visitors. Shiodome has ultra-modern office buildings where you can often find restaurants with a great high-rise view of Tokyo. The neighboring area of Shinbashi is a district of much
older commercial buildings and it's a great place to join 'salary men' enjoying a drink and snacks at street stalls under the railway bridges after work.
You have several options for the entrance ticket. The staff in front of the ticket gate normally will explain it clearly. As for me, they offer me to take a look first, so I just bought the entrance ticket only. If you bring... More
You have several options for the entrance ticket. The staff in front of the ticket gate normally will explain it clearly. As for me, they offer me to take a look first, so I just bought the entrance ticket only. If you bring your passport, they will give you a discount too. When you want to upgrade your ticket into one day pass or just to buy rides ticket, you can use the machine inside the park. I don't think the rides will suitable for kids. Mostly for adults.
They do have arcades and my son (6yo) enjoy it. So, if you just want to try the arcades, maybe just buy the entrance only. I didn't plan to stay long there, but we end up stayed there for more than 3 hours.
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Hi. I've been to Joypolis twice with my eight-year-old daughter. As I remember, we went on weekends (but not holidays). The waits were not that bad - yes, 10 mins at the least, 30 mins at the most. It really depends upon... More
Hi. I've been to Joypolis twice with my eight-year-old daughter. As I remember, we went on weekends (but not holidays). The waits were not that bad - yes, 10 mins at the least, 30 mins at the most. It really depends upon tourist traffic, whether locals have a holiday, etc. Generally speaking, it's always better to go during the week, and close to opening time.