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Published 378 days ago
When I entered, I entered it by displaying the QR code from the purchase screen of the app, so it was very convenient because I didn't have to search for an email. Since we were limiting the number of visitors to prevent corona infection, we waited for about 20 minutes to enter (14:00 on weekends), but we were able to enjoy it without worrying about being crowded. The child (1 year old) was a little scared at the beginning because there are many dark places, but he got used to it from the middle and was happy in the second half! There is a place where you can immerse yourself in the water up to your knees, so it is recommended that you wear clothes with a hem that rolls up on the day. (It seems that shorts are also available for rent) It's completely indoors, so it's recommended even on rainy days!
Published 340 days ago
I think it's super! it is good! play! Recommended for couples or playing half pipe tokyo with ambiguous people, it is fun and not scary. If you don’t understand the Japanese part of the haunted house, you don’t know what it is doing. At that time, it was translated into English by Japanese female high school students who came in together, but the atmosphere was very good. Overall it is recommended, there are lockers inside so you can play very freely
Tsoi Man
Published 243 days ago
It is very convenient to order park tickets in advance at klook. You can easily enter the venue by showing the QR code. It is very suitable for free travellers who are not good at communicating in Japanese! The atmosphere in the park is very cheerful and the characters are quite cute! Recommend to go!
Published 124 days ago
Since I went with my friends, the set ticket was discounted by a total of 800 yen! Even though it was a weekday, I was lined up to buy 5 or 6 sets of tickets, but I was glad that I could easily issue tickets by simply holding the QR code over the machine with a Web ticket, and I could put them in smoothly without lining up! There were not a few people, but I was able to go with peace of mind because the corona insurance was included free of charge. On the observatory deck, you can walk on the glass and get a 360-degree view of Tokyo from the glass windows, which gives you an overwhelmingly extraordinary feeling! Above all, there is a photo service on each floor and you can get one small photo for free, so that alone will be a memorable one. I don't urge you to make a forcible purchase, so you can easily decline it, and if you want to purchase it, you can save it on your mobile phone with a large photo and data for 1500 yen, so I thought it was a good deal! In the observation corridor, unlike the deck, the structure of the building is slope-shaped, and you can take pictures with a new sensation. I am very happy to be able to take beautiful pictures in the observation corridor, even if the pictures tend to be backlit on the lower floors!

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