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Tokyo Tower is the home for real-life One Piece!? – A visit to Tokyo One Piece Tower

Tokyo One Piece Tower

If you are a fan of the manga and anime series “One Piece”, I bet you would love to go to Japan where it was created.
Did you know that there is a place where you can dive into the world of Luffy and his friend’s? That’s the Tokyo One Piece Tower!

Tokyo One Piece Tower

Luffy welcoming you when entering

It’s all about One Piece

Tokyo One Piece Tower is located inside Tokyo Tower. The indoor theme park offers attractions, a so-called “2.5-dimensional” live show, a shop, photo spots, special exhibitions, and two restaurants spread across multiple floors. So there’s a lot to see and enjoy!

"2.5-dimensional" live show

A scene from the “2.5-dimensional” live show in 2018

At the One Piece fan store

At the One Piece fan store

With several types of combined tickets, such as park admission together with the live show, or the park admission fee combined with a ticket for Tokyo Tower’s observation deck, I would advise that you first check the ticket information online.

Park tickets

Park tickets

The wide variety of attractions consist of things to “look at”, such as a 360-degree theater, and things “to do”. For example, “ROBIN’S FINDING PONEGLIFF” is a game with hidden codes in the entire building. You get a 30-minute time limit to find the codes and to decipher the ancient characters using a unique reading tool in the shape of a snail.



Personally, I loved the game “USOPP’S ROAD TO SOGEKING”, which is a firing range where you have to defeat enemies within the time limit using small balls you shoot at them. Satisfying! It’s especially great when you play the game competing against your friends.


Competing against each other: “USOPP’S ROAD TO SOGEKING”

Restaurant with a “kawaii” menu

Tokyo One Piece Tower has two restaurants, and also a small snack bar. “SANJI’S ORESAMA RESTAURANT” offers a buffet lunch, while “Café Mugiwara” is a study style restaurant where you can read the manga and other books related to the ONE PIECE-universe from around the world. The meals and drinks all have ONE PIECE related names, with some of them having super cute decorations inspired by the characters, which makes it a great opportunity to experience Japan’s “kawaii culture”!

"Cafe Mugiwara"

Super cute food and drinks as well as books in different languages to read – that’s “Cafe Mugiwara”

(※ You don’t need a ticket to enter the store or the restaurants!)

So, what are tour thoughts on the world’s only ONE PIECE theme park?
If you are a fan of the show, or if you are interested in how a 2D manga and  comes alive in a 3D environment – this is definitely the place to go!

Tokyo One Piece Tower

The live shows are a must-see!

Tokyo One Piece Tower

HP: https://onepiecetower.tokyo/
Address: Tokyo Tower Foot Town, 4-8 2 Shiba Koen, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Opening hours: 10:00-22:00 (the last admission is 21:00)

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I was born and raised in Kiel/Germany. When I was 16 I came to Japan for the first time. I fell in love with this beautiful country, so I returned after my university graduation. Since then, I have been living in Tokyo - and I don't plan to change anything about that ;-) My hobbies are taking a stroll around the city, taking photos and drinking coffee.

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