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Sight in Tokyo

Tokyo Dome

Tokyo Dome located in Bunkyo, Tokyo is a famous stadium that hosts sports games as well as concerts, and other events. It is often called "The Big Egg" because of its sphere-like appearance. Their upcoming events can be found on their website. Near the stadium is a large amusement park as well as a 43 story tall hotel. The surrounding area boasts a plethora of shops, boutiques, and restaurants. Images from their website

Sight in Tokyo

Dospara VR Paradise

This Vr Center allows for a very singular experience with a private room that you can occupy for 30 minutes, while you try out their games. They have a wide variety of games, from action shooters to less action packed ones as well. Photos found on Foursquare

Sight in Tokyo

Sega VR

Sega VR located in Akihabara is another good find that features a first person shooter alien game called Mortal Blitz which gives you 30 minutes of in-game action. Their 2 versus 2 game links the player up using cables and their other games like Western Cowboy and Tiger Knight, requires the player to sit on the saddles in a shooter game. Their games offer variety and a fun arcade like experience. Keep in mind that you need to purchase each game that you play separately.

Sight in Tokyo

VirtuaLink

VirtuaLink, by the company Konica Minolta offers another unique service that allows 50 participants to share the same space! Players sit in an egg like capsule as they link into their virtual world, allowing for individual explanations and guidance, accompanied by live narration. It is located inside a breathtaking planetarium. I highly recommend going to both!

Sight in Tokyo

Sky Circus

Sky Circus is an observatory which has an entire floor dedicated to VR attractions! This place offers a unique experience because it combines their technology with observation, including games like a swing coaster, Tokyo bullet flight, sky trampoline, and more. They even have a a space adventure game where 36 players work together to complete a mission. Not only will you be able to experience VR, you can explore the rest of the observatory, unlimited access to the stars! Photos found on Foursquare

Sight in Tokyo

VR Park

VR PARK in Shibuya has over 10 attractions which include shooting and hunting games as well as a virtual bungee jump! If you want to try all of them, you can purchase their 90 minute ticket, or if you are unsure just buy a one time ticket. This place is located on top of Shinjuku station, so you wont miss it! Photos found on Foursquare

Sight in Tokyo

ZERO LATENCY VR

ZERO LATENCY VR is a facility located in Odaiba in an indoor amusement park called Tokyo Joypolis. What sets this place apart from others is that up to six people can play in the same environment at the same time! It is 1,800 yen per person to play on the weekdays, and on the weekends it is 2,000 yen. Be sure to make reservations in advance as you plan your visit because it cannot changed 14 days before your visit! This is a definite must-try for you and your friends! Check out their website for more information regarding the restrictions on who are eligible to participate!

Sight in Kanagawa

Warehouse (Kawasaki)

Warehouse Kawasaki is a game center modeled after Hong Kong's Kowloon Walled City.

Sight in Kanagawa

Sega Yokohama Chinatown

Sega Yokohama Chinatown is a game center and video game arcade right by Chinatown's east entrance.

Sight in Tokyo

Thunder Dolphin (Tokyo Dome La Qua)

Thunder Dolphin, located in Tokyo Dome La Qua, is a 262-foot steel roller coaster with a beautiful view of Tokyo once at the top.

Sight in Osaka

Umeda Joypolis

Joypolis is a Sega game center with many attractions.

Sight in Tokyo

Aneby Trimpark

Aneby Trimpark is a large indoor playground on Odaiba, close to the stations Aomi and Tokyo Teleport.

Sight in Tokyo

EST Sports Complex (Shibuya)

EST is a multi-floor sports complex located just East of Shibuya station.

Sight in Tokyo

Tokyo Dome Bowling Center

The Dome Bowling Center is a large bowling complex located close to Suidobashi train station.

Sight in Hyogo

Namco Land Sannomiya

This gaming arcade located within Kobe's Sannomiya station is owned by Bandai Namco Games Inc.