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Review of Tokyo Joypolis

Tokyo Joypolis
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US$27.39*
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Tokyo Joypolis Passport Ticket
Ranked #2 of 33 Fun & Games in Minato
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Owner description: 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.
Useful Information: Lockers / storage, Bathroom facilities, Stairs / elevator, Activities for older children, Wheelchair access, Food available for purchase
Reviewed 26 January 2018 via mobile

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 rainy day on an indoor amusement park. Sure, the rides are mostly focused on the pre-teenagers, but in our case that was perfect!

1  Thank EduardoK_1974
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Reviewed 12 January 2018

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 we went. There was a discount on the base admission price if you presented your passport. Our favorite attraction was the Gekion Live Coaster that was part video game part indoor rollercoaster. The transformer ride was fun but it was a fairly long wait. Some of the VR experiences are not available in English so we decided not to do those. The biggest surprise was probably watching all the people at the "virtual concert" on the main stage. It seemed to be very popular. There is a little cafe area that serves some food as well as beer and cocktails which was nice to do some people watching.

2  Thank Laura H
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Reviewed 4 January 2018 via mobile

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 one at the Toyota web museum which is only 10 minutes away and free. The haunted house was in Japanese so we couldn’t understand it which made it boring. The arcade games to win toys etc all cost money and aren’t included in the passport. We ended up staying for only 3 hours and most of that time was lining up as we only did 4 of the rides.
Better things to do nearby would be the Ferris wheel and Toyota web museum.

1  Thank Maia P
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Reviewed 1 January 2018

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 ID to get the 300 yen per person discount - we just used a foreign drivers license.

Rides vary from roller coasters, horror/escape rooms, simulated rides, shooting games, carnival games etc. Some nostalgic and some new characters.

It seems like going in the morning is best as the place gets busier after 4pm as the price goes down.

Thank onelastfish
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Reviewed 26 December 2017

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 foreign country, relax). As for Joypolis - wow, we went on a Tuesday afternoon during the xMas holidays and had a great time. Very light crowds, short lines, attractions of all kinds - big and small, appealing from kids to adults. And what is really interesting here is that it's all indoors but still packs a lot of big-time theme park fun. On the bottom floor, there are two major rides - one which is kind of a rollercoaster, and the second is a major big swinging pendulum of sorts; we did both twice, really worth it. On the third floor, there are a lot of kid friendly attractions, including several 4D film adventures. Also on the third floor is this scary house type of thing which is oh so Japanese in its wackiness - and the crowds really get into it yelling and screaming. The price is a bit high, much like any major theme park so be prepared to spend. But it's definitely a wonderful way to spend a few hours in Odaiba. BTW - to respond to one recent review... we speak zero Japanese and were not turned away from anything; be polite and smile - and things work out; be a jerk, and expect it to come back to you.

Thank AsiaMorgan
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