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VR (Virtual Reality) Park Shibuya

Transport yourself to another world from Tokyo!

Tokyo’s reputation as an ultra-modern, high-tech city is well deserved. If you want to try out the latest gaming technology while you’re here, head to Shibuya’s Virtual Reality Park for a truly immersive experience!

For a flat fee, visitors get 90 minutes unlimited play on all of the games, plus free soft drinks. The VR Park offers 10 different one- and two-player virtual reality attractions that you can try out. These include a mixture of more realistic simulation games, such as baseball and race car driving, as well as those based in the realm of fantasy.


Photo by: Ashley Owen A VR attraction.

Welcome to Panic Mansion sees players team up to rid a haunted house of ghosts in a Ghostbusters-style adventure, while Salomon’s Carpet is a thrilling magic carpet ride through dragon-filled deserts and caves. For a real adrenaline rush, Dive Hard VR sends players out onto a narrow scaffold at the top of a skyscraper whilst under enemy fire.

For each attraction, you wear a headset that provides 360-degree vision and sound effects. This transports you into the world of the game and gives players a completely immersive experience.


Photo by: Ashley Owen Can you see what she’s experiencing on the tiny screen?

All the attractions are suitable for both new players and experienced gamers and can be enjoyed regardless of your skill level or experience.

The VR Park is fantastic fun and a great opportunity to try out virtual reality technology without breaking the bank.

Depending on how busy it is when you visit, you might not get to try out every ride. Decide in advance which ones you most want to experience and head for those first!

Things To Know

Fees and hours

Opening hours are 10 a.m. to 11:20 p.m. Tickets can be reserved in advance or purchased on at the door. Check the online timetable to find out the times of each 90-minute slot and plan your visit accordingly. During weekdays, one 90 minute, all-you-can-play admission costs ¥3,300. During weekends and holidays, the admission costs ¥3,500. You must be over 13 to use the VR attractions.

Language Support

Language support Written instructions for the attractions are provided in both Japanese and English. The majority of games also offer the choice between playing in English or Japanese. The staff speak some English, but there are English-language information leaflets available as well.

How To Get There


Japan, 〒150-0042 Tōkyō-to, Shibuya-ku, Udagawachō, 13−11 KN渋谷1

By foot

The park is located on the 4th floor of the Adores Shibuya arcade, about a 5-minute walk from Shibuya station’s Hachiko exit.

Where To Stay

The Millennials Shibuya
  • 1-20-13 Jinnan, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, 150-0041 Japan
  • ¥9,450 - ¥43,380
  • 4/5 (78 reviews)
  • 0.2 km
Shibuya Excel Hotel Tokyu
  • 1-12-2 Dogenzaka, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, 150-0043 Japan
  • ¥37,000 - ¥161,600
  • 4.29/5 (1,627 reviews)
  • 0.3 km
The OneFive Tokyo Shibuya
  • 1-8-11 Jinnan, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, 150-0041 Japan
  • ¥12,480 - ¥85,950
  • 3.3/5 (111 reviews)
  • 0.4 km
Shibuya Creston Hotel
  • 10-8 Kamiyamacho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, 150-0047 Japan
  • ¥14,100 - ¥107,400
  • 0.4 km
Sequence Miyashita Park
  • 6-20-10 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, 150-0001 Japan
  • ¥26,300 - ¥165,400
  • 3.64/5 (302 reviews)
  • 0.4 km

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