The One about Tokyo One Piece Tower

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The popular manga and anime series “One Piece”, created by Eiichiro Oda has entertained audiences since its first debut in “Weekly Shonen Jump” in 1997 and the hit Toei Animation anime series which began broadcasting 1999. As the manga and anime series continue on, “One Piece” continues its popularity with a new and older generations of fans with video games, toys and many other forms of merchandise.

But to celebrate the 15th anniversary of the “One Piece” anime series, the first theme park for “One Piece” opened in 2015 at Tokyo Tower and known as “Tokyo One Piece Tower”.
Open at 10:00 a.m. and closing at 10:00 p.m., one can purchase advanced tickets for 3,000 yen at 7-Eleven Stores or online. You can also purchase a ticket for adults for 3,200 yen at the Tokyo One Piece Tower third floor entrance (and 1,600 yen for children ages 4-12).

Once inside, you can partake in a variety of attractions such as “Luffy’s Endless Adventure”, “Nami’s Casino House”, “Usopp’s Road to Sogeking”, Chopper’s Thousand, Sunny Tours”, “Robin’s Finding Ponegliff”, “Franky’s Ball Run”, “Brooks Horror House”, “Zoro’s Soul of Edge”, to name a few.

One of the coolest attractions is the “One Piece Live Attraction: Welcome to Tongari Mystery Tour”. Featuring the “One Piece” characters coming to life and entertaining children and the young at heart.

The theme park features a Mugiwara Store featuring a lot of “One Piece” merchandise including badges, Christmas ornaments, toys, magnets, t-shirts, bags and a lot of snacks and candy. While the Tongari store features Tongari Island related goods.

And when you want to sit down and eat, there is Cafe Mugiwara in the Tongari section, there is also “Sanji no Oresama Restaurant” serving Sky Island Fruit Paradise Salad carpaccio-style, Luffy’s Honey Grilled Ham and Nomaho’s Dress Rosa Paella and so much more! And if you don’t want to spend that much money, there is also Franky’s Osayaki shop.

For the month of November, Tokyo One Piece Tower will be celebrating the “Zoro Birthday Event”.

On the 5th floor, a special dice shaking event will be taking place to highlight Roronoa Zoro’s birthday. Patrons will be able to leave a Kifuda message on the gates of the dojo, a special Zoro meal will be sold at Cafe Mugiwara, a special limited edition Tongari Zorro stamp will be available, and a special Roronoa Zoro badge will be available.

If you are a fan of “One Piece”, Tokyo One Piece Tower is an indoor amusement park worth visiting!



 

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Dennis A. Amith