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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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If you like indoor attraction, this will be one of best place to do. Most attractions have multi language explanation. You can go out of the park for lunch or shopping then cpme back again as far as you keep your ticket. This place is...More
The sega joypolis is a gaming park that is located in Odaiba,Tokyo.
i went to get some sonic adventure toys for my nephew and i enjoyed the time in the park.
if you are visiting the great odaiba in tokyo it is a good place...More
On "House Of The Dead" ride, during the setup, the staff caused in injury to my son's head.. Instead of handing the guns, he THREW both guns at us!!! My gun landed on my lap, but unfortunately the other one hit my son's forehead hard,...More
One of the indoor amusement park in Tokyo. This is suitable for those who like an extreme challenge. Located in the Odaiba city area which is known as an amusement city area in Tokyo. This place has 3 stories floor and the provide you with...More
Only went because the teenage daughter wanted to do something for her (fair enough, but I thought most of the trip was for her?). It was expensive and had long lines but we all came away smiling and happy and we even won a stuffed...More
The weather is too cold? Rainy? Well, Joypolis can be the place for you to spend such days!
My 12-years old daughter loved the experience. Park has some “light” rides and she was delighted about it. We turned a boring cold day in an amazing...More
We spent a few hours here on a particularly cold day during our stay in Tokyo. There aren't many actual arcade games. It's mostly claw machines, VR experiences and a few rides. We just paid for admission and then bought a couple of rides as...More
Went there for my birthday with my brother while in Tokyo as I got in for free (birthday deal).
There was very long lines for any of the better rides. The best one was probably the car simulator, but it wasn’t as good as the...More
We had low expectations but actually enjoyed this attraction a lot and spent 4-5 hours there. We enjoyed it more than Disney even.
Yes it is expensive to get in but you will easily consume 6-8 rides on the passport. Don't forget your passport or...More
After three years living in Japan, I finally made it to Joypolis with my seven year old daughter. I find the positive reviews on TA quite on target, and the negative reviews from people who are probably not enjoying any parts of Tokyo (it's a...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.