Reviews of Tokyo ONE PIECE Tower Live & Park Pass (12:00 Live Performance)
These reviews are written by JAPANiCAN.com customers after joining this tour.
Ms. / 20-29 / United States of America
I am not a huge One Piece fan, but I saw this the last 2 times I was here. I figured why not go through it. This was increadible! The live show is a little confusing if you don’t speak the language, but even with the barrier it was incredible! The walk through attraction is a must! Made me want to watch the anime again
Ms. / 30-39 / Singapore
A place all One Piece fans should visit should they ever be in Tokyo!
Mr. / 20-29 / Taiwan
Eye opening live performance!Really enjoyed the time at the One Piece tower, and loved all the activities provided there. One Piece has been my childhood memory and it's so great to see a theme park like this to immerse myself in with.Looking forward to come back again next year!
Ms. / 30-39 / Australia
Family with Young Children
This place was heaps of fun and the show was extremely interactive. We are non Japanese speakers had no issues that we couldn't understand the show - it was so interactive that it didn't matter! We loved it and would highly recommend.
Ms. / 20-29 / Japan
A must-go for all One Piece fans!
Ms. / 30-39 / Germany
The Tokyo ONE PIECE Tower was really nice. My friend and I visited all parts and attractions. I can't speak japanese, but my friend is able to understand and speak the language. Even without understanding the dialogues during the live action, it was easy to understand just by looking. If you know the manga or anime, it's not hard to understand, what's going on. The actors were really good and we are still amazed of the stamina from the Luffy/Ruffy actor. As an One Piece fan it was totally worth it.
Ms. / 20-29 / Argentina
If you like one piece you must go. I cryed three times, it was AMAZING!!
Mr. / 20-29 / Spain
If you like One Piece, this is the One place you must visit.I spent all day here, having fun at the attractions.The live action is amazing, but unless you speak japanese you won't understand the dialogues. Nevertheless, all signs are un English, and the staff tries their best at speaking to you.I had los of fun and I'll be coming back when I return to Japan.
Mr. / 30-39 / Singapore
Mr. / 30-39 / United Kingdom
This was a dream find for me as, the first was being in Japan during Sakura on my honeymoon but the second being that the first ever major exhibition for the longest on going manga (One Piece) was at the Tokyo Tower too. It had everything I could of hoped to be there and I felt very lucky that I was one of the few lucky people who had the chance to experience such a spectacular exhibition. When we arrived it was daylight and when we left if was pitch black. We finished the night off at the top of the viewing tower to take in this dream of a city.