Get up close and strike a pose with famous and popular names in film, television, music, sports, history, politics, and more at Madame Tussauds Tokyo. Located at Decks Tokyo Beach in Odaiba, the Tokyo branch of the world-renowned Madame Tussauds features more than 60 life-size wax figures from around the world. The Basics
Book your Madame Tussauds Tokyo tickets in advance to save time and money. For value, book combo tickets that might include LEGOLAND® Discovery Center or a ride on an amphibious vehicle. A visit to Madame Tussauds Tokyo can be combined with a half-day sightseeing tour, food tour, go-kart street tour, or nightlife tour. Or get to know the city through a tea ceremony, cooking class, cruise, Robot Cabaret show, or sumo, manga, or samurai experience.
Things to Know Before You Go
How to Get There
- Don’t forget your camera as a big part of the fun is taking photos with the figures.
- Children under 12 must be accompanied by adults.
- Madame Tussauds Tokyo is wheelchair accessible, and wheelchairs are available at the information center in Decks Tokyo Beach.
Madame Tussauds Tokyo is located on the third floor of Decks Tokyo Beach. The closest subway stations are Odaiba Kaihin Koen Station (on the Yurikamome line) and the Tokyo Teleport Station (on the Rinkai line). A number of buses stop at nearby Tokyo Teleport. Parking is available underground at Decks Tokyo Beach.
When to Get There
Madame Tussauds Tokyo is open daily, year-round, with the last entry one hour before closing. Its proximity to LEGOLAND Discovery makes it easy to combine both attractions in one visit. Regional Photo Opportunities
At Madame Tussauds Tokyo, you'll see plenty of popular international celebrities, but don't miss local celebrities such as Olympic athletes Yuzuru Hanyu and Mao Asada; professional baseball player Yu Darvish; musicians including Yuki Oshima, Yoshiki, and Taro Hakase; historical revolutionary Ryoma Sakamoto; and former Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi.