We finally visited the biggest permanent theme park featuring the insanely popular manga One Piece at Tokyo Tower at the third attempt. At the first visit, the attraction was closed for renovation and we missed it again the second time on New Year’s Day eve when it closed early.
Known as “Tokyo One Piece Tower”, the themepark features many cool life-size sculptures and interesting video games. There are VR games where you can cut down cannon balls like Zoro, or shoot rubber like Sogeking.
Hourly shows with One Piece OST. Apparently there are some live performance but we missed it during our visit, and there are additional fees to it too.
Zoro and Sanji facing off, again.
3D Art and life-sized sculptures for all One Piece fans to pose with.
At the level 1 of Tokyo Tower there is a “Cafe Mugiwara”, also known as One Piece Library Cafe. The cafe has an extensive collection of One Piece manga and publications, perfect for us to enjoy the delicious pastries while reading and reminiscing our favourite One Piece moments. On this weekday afternoon, we were the only customer and had the whole place to ourselves!
A replica of Oda sensei’s working table.
Ticket price for Tokyo One Piece Tower is at 3200 Yen for adults. A little steep, but totally worth it for all One Piece fans. Do remember to visit if you are at Tokyo Tower!