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Experience the world of "JUMP" anime at J-WORLD TOKYO The indoor theme park where you can enjoy the world of "ONE PIECE","DRAGON BALL","NARUTO" and more! Fun and unique attractions of "ONE PIECE","DRAGON BALL" and "NARUTO "are here in J-WORLD TOKYO...more
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3chome Higashi-ikebukuro | Sunshine City World Import Mart 3F, Toshima, Tokyo Prefecture
All reviews dragon ball anime manga theme park themed food attraction pass indoor park locker room amusement area cafe food win prizes unlimited ticket slight discount fun stuff to do photo opportunities nice place to visit entrance fee take pictures
My first time in japan and was so excited for this (obviously a big dbz fan). Place is kinda hidden in a shopping mall. Entry fee is fine but having to pay for every ride kinda sucks. You’ll get some great photos but that’s about...More
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My 11 years-old likes Naruto. He was excited to see the place. I had read reviews before taking him there and expected it would be boring. To me, it wasn't worth a visit or money if you don't know Japanese and never watched any anime....More
It’s really sad to see the negative reviews. But I believe J World has created an amusement area that best suits the size of their location. Sure there is nothing big or overly spectacular but if you love the Jump anime/manga featured at J World,...More
Took my 9 yo here to try something new in Tokyo but frankly unless you’re particularly into this ‘world’ I wouldn’t bother. It started badly when we got a dose of that famous Japanese inflexibility by daring to ask whether my child could have a...More
I’ll be blunt save your money , this place is terrible. If this was the first place I visited in Japan I would be concerned that Japan was over-hyped.
Honestly J-world is seriously bad there are better rides and amusements at a mobile fun fair....More
This is our first time with my 6 year old son though it is not in our itinerary to visit this place we just give it a try for my husband who loves Anime.
The entrance fee is just fine. The place is for Anime...More
If you call this an exhibit and not a theme park you won't be disappointed. Features lots of your fave anime stars from shonen jump. I wanted there to be a lot more bleach but sadly no. Fun little games, and heaps of photo ops...More
Ok listen, I see a lot of people being disappointed in J-world as a theme park, and they're right.
That's why as an anime fan, I don't see it as a theme park, but as a place to go and just look at the exhibits...More
This place was so underwhelming. We paid around $18 USD just to get in for 2 adults and 1 child. There’s a bunch of cardboard cutouts of all the anime characters sprinkled in with some more permanent attractions like a merry go round that cost...More
do you like dragon ball!!?!?
how about some awesome one piece!! well this place is for you has great games and fun stuff to check out and let the inner otaku and kid out!!! place is fun!!!! its inside sunshine city 60
Ikebukuro is an area of massive development. Several thousand tenants occupy two giant department stores and shopping malls, where all sorts of shopping and gourmet foods can be enjoyed. The 60-story building at the east entrance of the station, Sunshine City, is a landmark within Ikebukuro and features an aquarium, planetarium, theme park as well as an observation platform. The popular name for the western side of
this area is "Otome Road" (Maiden Road) and there are many shops selling products related to anime with a female theme. It has rapidly become the worldwide headquarters for ‘otaku’ or geek culture.
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with my little knowledge of Japanese, I tried to find the email for you. Unfortunately, there is nowhere to be seen.... I had the same problem in general when I visited Japan. Apparently, emailing, especially in... More
with my little knowledge of Japanese, I tried to find the email for you. Unfortunately, there is nowhere to be seen.... I had the same problem in general when I visited Japan. Apparently, emailing, especially in English, does not seem to be their favourite way of communication!
I have though two suggestions for you:
why don't you try to drop a question to the official facebook or twitter webpage?
You could also download the J-world guidebook (in English) from J-world's official webpage which is very basic but it has nevertheless some info.
Hope it helps and enjoy your trip!