Joypolis Entertainment Center

Attraction 1 Chome-6-1 Daiba, Minato-ku, Tōkyō-to 135-0091, Japan Published on: 10-04-2016

2 hours 30 mins
10:00 AM - 10:00 PM
05:00 PM
07:30 PM
First-time visit
Attraction
Family
Landmark
Park
Theme Park
Must see
Kids
2.40 USD

Joypolis Entertainment Center is good for

Good for family with kids Family with kids Good
Good for senior Senior Good
Good for couple Couple Good
Good for solo Solo Good
Good for group Group Good
  • Highly recommended by fellow travellers.
Tokyo Joypolis, one of the largest indoor theme parks in Japan, is an amusement spot that simply can't be missed when visiting the Odaiba area.

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Why Joypolis Entertainment Center is special ?

Tokyo Joypolis, one of the largest indoor theme parks in Japan, is an amusement spot that simply can't be missed when visiting the Odaiba area. It offers a wealth of different attractions (approximately 20 total), including thrilling attractions and 3D attractions. Since the attractions are all indoors, visitors do not have to be concerned about the weather and can fully enjoy the various seasonal events. And since visitors can come in and go out as often as they like on the same day, they can make Tokyo Joypolis their base for exploring Odaiba together with shopping and eating in the area.


Source: https://www.gotokyo.org

What to explore at Joypolis Entertainment Center?

Attractions at Tokyo Joypolis:

Tokyo Joypolis is today the only Joypolis to have rides, the Osaka and Okayama parks are arcades.

Veil of Dark - A Roller Coaster that moves through the center of the park, and stops where guests can shoot Zombie hoards.

Halfpipe Tokyo - A snowboarding ride set to music.

Sonic Ghost Shooting - A 3D ghost shooting attraction.

The Joypolis Explorer - a mystery attraction where you must uncover the treasure warehouse.

Initial D - A driving simulator where you sit in a real moving car and play a driving game.

Answer X Answer live SPECIAL - A game show based Attraction.

Lets go Jungle SP - an attraction based on Let's Go Jungle! with large projection screens on front and back.

The House of the Dead 4 SP - an attraction based on House of the Dead 4 where you shoot zombies from all directions and you sit and buckle yourself up.

Sonic Athletics - A racing game powered by a treadmill.

Sonic Brain Ranking - An attraction that tests your sonic trivia.

Storm-G - A bob-sleigh simulator that rotates 360 Degrees.

Dark Chapel - A dragon themed 3D movie.

Fortune Forest - A ventral forest that tells you what your future will be.

Wild River - A jungle themed dingy simulator.

Parasyte - a walk-through attraction set in the world of the horror action manga Kiseiju/Parasyte.

Lola and Carla the Beauty Contest - An attraction where you answer questions to create a character.

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org

How to get to Joypolis Entertainment Center?

Rail:

Via Yurikamome Line: approx. 2 mins walk from Odaiba Kaihin Kouen Station.

Via Rinkai Line: approx. 5 mins walk from Tokyo Teleport Station.

Bus:

Toei Bus: take Route "Niji 01" from JR Hamamatsucho Station, get off at "Daiba nichoume" (approx 3mins walk).

Odaiba Rainbow Bus: take from JR Shinagawa Station(Konan Gate) or JR Tamachi Station(East Gate), get off at "Daiba nichoume"(approx 3mins walk).

Selling points

  • Made for Sega fans
  • Funny and Good Games Suitable for All Ages
  • Great place for teens and to beat the heat
  • A Gamer's heaven
  • Huge arcade, Fun attractions, Lot of energy
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Duration
9.0 days
Estimated
1,379.63 USD
Total travel distance
km
Number of places
28 places

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1 Chome-6-1 Daiba, Minato-ku, Tōkyō-to 135-0091, Japan

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Tips for you

  • You should bring plenty of cash in case this park does not accept Credit Card.
    What to bring
  • Bringing in food or drink from outside the park is not permitted.
    Rule
  • Smoking is not permitted in the park other than in designated areas.
    Rule
  • Unauthorized in-park soliciting or photo shooting in attractions are prohibited.
    Rule
  • Queue jumping or holding places in lines are not permitted.
    Rule
  • Last admission is at 22:!5 so you should note to visit on time.
    Timming
  • You do not need to speak Japanese as there is english translations on all signs and even voiceovers on the rides for safety reasons
    Other
  • Operating hours may change without prior notice so you should visit the official website to get more information.
    Experience
  • You should go on a week day (outside of school holidays) to avoid queues.
    Experience
  • Parking lot is available.
    Parking
  • Children under 6yrs of age and adults over 60 are admitted free (charges apply for attractions and game play).
    Ticket and Pricing
  • Guests under 110cm in height may ride for free where permitted.
    Ticket and Pricing

Reviews

FourSquare View more

Awesome place to visit with friends! Went on a friday after 5pm (extra discounts for tourists when we visited) and the Q was short for all rides. LOVED the half pipe ride the most!

TripAdvisor View more

While I wouldn't put a whole day of joyopolis on my "must do in Tokyo" list, it is a rather fun and entertaining place to take the kids on those rainy vacation days. I found it to be distinctly modern japanese experience. When we visited tourists were in the minority. Day entrance is the most economically friendly (versus buying individual tickets) and allows you to come and go freely. There are plenty of the carnival "win a prize" type games so be prepared to shell out a few yen. Video games are extra as well. They have a few neat ones which you might want to try out. There is plenty of dining in the mall area so I'm not quite certain why anyone would eat the limited fare offered at joypolis itself but food is offered. Take note... Rides are by age/size and little ones might not be able to go on several of the rides/games. English is hit or miss. One of he 4D movies was in Japanese only (no biggie, the movie was still good). There was also a shooting game that was only in Japanese which was a bit beyond our comprehension (the 3 year old just ran around and shot everyone anyways).

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