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Unko Museum Ticket in Tokyo

4.2 5 reviews | 100+ Booked
US$ 14.20
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US$ 6.25
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Get a 50 percent discount for two amazing attractions inside Tokyo Dome City! At Tokyo Dome City Attractions, you can rise above the clouds of Tokyo on the Big O Ferris wheel, then scream your lungs out on the Thunder Dolphin roller coaster and Onryou Zashiki haunted house. These are just some of the rides that you’re sure to love. Take breaks in between by being entranced by their Water Symphony. Then, in Space Museum TeNQ, indulge your sense of wonder by exploring outer space through their fun and interactive exhibits. With over 9 areas to explore, you'll surely have a full and enriching day at this museum.
US$ 52.55
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Madame Tussauds Ticket in Tokyo

4.7 264 reviews | 2K+ Booked
Take the opportunity to visit and explore the Tokyo branch of Madame Tussauds, the world's most famous wax museum. Inside, you'll be able to get up close and personal with the world's most famous faces. You'll encounter many life-sized and lifelike wax replicas of celebrities like Audrey Hepburn, Elvis Presley, and Brad Pitt. Since this is the Tokyo branch, you'll also see wax versions of famous Japanese celebrities like: 1) Mao Asada the figure skater; 2) King Kazu, the country's first football star; 3) Taro Hakase, a prolific violinist; 4) Mitsu Dan, a wonderful actress and gravure model. If you've been longing to meet all these celebrities but can't get the opportunity to actually meet them in real life, seeing their incredibly detailed wax doubles is the next best thing. You'll also learn about the creative process behind the creation of the wax replicas as you explore the museum's many sections. If you want to unwind from all the sightseeing in Tokyo, then paying Madame Tussauds a visit is a must. You'll surely have a fun time taking selfies inside.
US$ 23.09
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US$ 37.29
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What people are saying about Museums in Tokyo Prefecture

Ondrea Published 109 days ago
This a wonderful interactive exhibit. Very fun incorporation of water into the digital art projections. The Koi pond was so cool. Loved the orchids in the garden mirror room. The curtains of lights show was very captivating. We have now visited both planets and borderless - outstanding experiences.
Roel Published 165 days ago
There’s something truly magical about the idea of coming face to face with a famous personality. Madame Tussauds in Odaiba, Tokyo makes this dream within anyone’s reach as it offers 70 life-size wax figures of the world’s influential leaders, celebrities and athletes, historical icons, and even Japanese artists. The resemblance between the figures and their real counterparts is uncanny, and one cannot help but marvel at the craftsmanship that goes into each of these creations. Taking photos with the wax figures is most definitely the museum’s main draw, but interactive games and activities are added into the mix for an even more immersive experience. You and your family and friends can play digital golf and soccer, take part in a virtual quiz, have fun with a light-based game, and many more. During the time of our visit, we were careful not to interact with too many high touch surfaces (due to COVID), but we still had our fair share of fun and enjoyment. Here’s hoping that on your visit, you wouldn’t have to worry about the virus anymore. As you explore the museum, you can learn about the process behind the creation of the wax replicas. You also have the chance to create your own hand wax, but during our visit, it was not operational. It is worth mentioning that food and drinks are not allowed inside like in any other museums. So, to all my friends out there! If you want to unwind from all the sightseeing in Tokyo, then paying Madame Tussauds a visit is a treat! You'll surely have a fun time “meeting” your idols and taking photos with them. Just make sure to visit early so you can have enough time to see everything the museum has to offer. You may purchase the admission tickets online via Klook or through their website, or directly over the counter. Have a great time on your visit! Date of Visit: December 6, 2020
Tracey Published 281 days ago
it was a great experience with the combination of digital and art. we got a chance to rest in silence with bean bags, entered a room that made use of light, mirrors to give u an illusion effect and another room in water with projected fishes in pond. it was a great experience for all ages! definitely recommend
Tan Published 366 days ago
This legoland is much bigger than the one in Osaka. It is quite out of the way at Odaiba and it takes some time if you are travelling via subway. So would suggest you book a day full of activity in Odaiba itself so that you can make full use of your time there. Overall a good experience as it is not overly crowded. Do look out for the kids workshops which has certain timings to it, it is quite fun and interactive
MOHAMMAD AIZZAT Published 636 days ago
I come here without any expectation other than the photos I saw people share. It was a truly mind blowing & also deep experience for me to see & interact with the installations here. You really feel like you in other world or dimension or even in a sci-fi futuristic setting when you come here. I can ensure you photos or videos you see don't do justice to this place. You need to experience it by yourself. I got confuse at first because I went to teamLab Borderless but luckily teamLab Planets only a few stations away from teamLab Borderless venue.
MOMENA Published 637 days ago
I would highly recommend, this was a great exhibition you can go through each section at your own pace. teamLab planets are less busy then borderless and there are fewer sections to explore. I would recommend going to both if you do have the time. This was one of the best experiences to date in tokyo.

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