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Region
Kanto
Island
Honshu
Largest City
Tokyo
Population
12,059,237

Tokyo Joypolis

An entertainment experience that combines technological innovation with conventional amusement park attractions.

By Abhijit Sen

Located in the lively entertainment district of Odaiba in Tokyo, is Japan’s biggest indoor amusement park. It offers visitors an exceptional entertainment experience that seamlessly blends the virtual and real world. This unique park is a shining example of Japan’s world-renowned entertainment industry and is sure to provide visitors with an unforgettable and surreal experience that is unlike anything else.

The park boasts an impressive range of attractions that cater to both children and adults. For thrill-seekers, there are high-speed roller coasters that will leave your heart pounding, while those looking for a more laid-back experience can try their hand at shooting games or immerse themselves in the latest VR experiences. The park is divided into three floors and offers a wide range of exciting rides and attractions that can bring joy to people of all ages.

Adventure for all Ages

Tokyo Joypolis

Photo by: Abhijit Sen Have fun all afternoon.

On the first floor, visitors will find six exciting attractions, including the world’s first Zero Latency VR ride and Gekion Live Coaster, a roller coaster that incorporates a built-in rhythm game. There are also shooting games like Pirate’s Plunder, and a race attraction called Spicy Taxi that is specially designed for children.

The second floor of the park is home to five additional attractions, including the competitive VR shooting game Tower-Tag VR e-sports and Sega’s world-famous gun-shooting game, House of the Dead series. Visitors can also experience the excitement of Storm G and Transformers.

For those looking for even more thrills, the third floor of the park offers an adrenaline-fueled experience with attractions like “Wild Wing,” “Wild River the Treasure Hunt,” and “Wild Jungle Brothers.” Each ride is accompanied by a lively guide who will ensure that visitors have a wild and unforgettable adventure.

Taking a Break

Tokyo Joypolis

Photo by: Abhijit Sen Perfect for rainy days and relaxing.

When visitors need a break from the rides, they can enjoy some fun games like Sonic Carnival, Arcade Games and Game Corner. The park also features a variety of food corners, such as Frame Cafe, Dippin Dots Ice Cream, Mr. Crepe and D Lounge. With its stunning views of Tokyo Bay and the famous Rainbow Bridge, Frame Cafe is the largest eatery in the park. Visitors can also check out the D Lounge, which is a digital entertainment lounge with unique and amusing attractions.

Whether you are visiting on a sunny day or a rainy day, the park offers an endless array of entertainment options that will keep you occupied all day long. In addition to its rides and attractions, the park also puts on exciting events and shows from time to time to keep visitors entertained. All in all, this park is a must-visit destination for anyone looking for a thrilling and unforgettable experience in Tokyo.

Things To Know

HOURS AND FEES

Joypolis is open on weekdays from 10 a.m. – 8 p.m. and 11 a.m. – 7 p.m. on weekends.

General admission costs ¥1,200 for adults and ¥900 for children. 

Passport Tickets (including admission and rides) cost ¥5,000 for adults and ¥4,000 for children.

Night Passport Tickets (including admission and rides) cost ¥4,000 for adults and ¥3,000 for children.

How To Get There

Address

By train

A two-minute walk from Odaiba Kaihinkoen station on the Yurikamome line and a five-minute walk from Tokyo Teleport station via the Rinkai line.

Where To Stay

Grand Nikko Tokyo Daiba
  • 2-6-1 Gurandonitsuko-Tokiyo Daiba, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 135-8701 Japan
  • ¥23,840 - ¥498,000
  • 4.61/5 (9,030 reviews)
  • 0.6 km
Hilton Tokyo Odaiba
  • 1-9-1 Kabushikigaishiya Tokiyohiyu-Maniaentapuraizu, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 135-8625 Japan
  • ¥40,503 - ¥268,819
  • 4.27/5 (4,615 reviews)
  • 0.6 km
Sotetsu Grand Fresa Tokyo-Bay Ariake
  • 3-6-6 Ariake, Koto-ku, Tokyo, 135-0063 Japan
  • ¥9,435 - ¥75,700
  • 4.19/5 (7,235 reviews)
  • 1.3 km
Villa Fontaine Grand Tokyo Ariake
  • 2-1-5 Ariake, Koto-ku, Tokyo, 135-0063 Japan
  • ¥17,347 - ¥58,530
  • 4.31/5 (810 reviews)
  • 1.9 km
Far East Village Hotel Ariake Tokyo
  • 1-2-43 Ariake, Koto-ku, Tokyo, 135-0063 Japan
  • ¥12,080 - ¥29,520
  • 4.12/5 (483 reviews)
  • 2.0 km

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