Experience the thrills of one of Japan’s largest indoor theme parks at Tokyo Joypolis, in Odaiba. Spanning three floors, this SEGA-themed amusement center offers over 20 games and attractions, including virtual reality experiences, 3D attractions, amusement rides, simulators, arcade games, and even an indoor roller coaster.
Tokyo Joypolis tickets come in a variety of formats. Purchase an admission ticket, then pay for games and rides as you go, or opt for a full Tokyo Joypolis Passport to include all games, rides, and unlimited re-entry for the whole day, evening, or night. Book your tickets ahead of time to avoid disappointment and to skip the lines. Combine a visit to Tokyo Joypolis with nearby attractions such as Madame Tussauds Tokyo or LEGOLAND® Discovery Center, or consider adding on an experience such as a Tokyo Bay dinner cruise, a Robot Cabaret show and dinner, or a sumo, manga, or samurai experience. Things to Know Before You Go
How to Get There
- Tokyo Joypolis is ideal for video game enthusiasts, thrill seekers, and families with children.
- Bring your passport for a discount on admission.
- There are minimum height requirements for certain rides.
- Some of the games and rides are not suitable for those with motion, light, sound, or other sensitivities.
Tokyo Joypolis is located in Decks Tokyo Beach. The closest subway stations are Odaiba Kaihin Koen station (Yurikamome line) and the Tokyo Teleport station (Rinkai line). A number of buses also stop at Tokyo Teleport. Parking is available underground at Decks Tokyo Beach. When to Get There
Tokyo Joypolis is open daily from 10am to 10pm, with last admission at 9:45pm. It can be extremely busy on weekends and holidays, especially school holidays, so avoid those times for smaller crowds and to minimize wait times for games. The attraction is entirely indoors, which makes it a great option during inclement weather. Nearby Attractions
There are a number of attractions in Odaiba, and visitors can easily spend an entire day here. In addition to Tokyo Joypolis, Odaiba is also home to LEGOLAND® Discovery Center, Madame Tussauds Tokyo, the Palette Town Big Ferris Wheel, the Oedo Onsen Monogatari, the Mori Building Digital Art Museum teamLab Borderless, and the interactive Miraikan Science Museum.