|4-2-8, Shiba Park, Minato, Tokyo
|March 13, 2015
|July 31, 2020
|Amusequest Tokyo Tower LLP
Tokyo One Piece Tower was an indoor theme park for the popular Japanese manga series, One Piece . It opened on March 13, 2015inside Tokyo Tower. After its opening, it underwent a partial renovation and reopened on June 18, 2016. It offered several games and attractions based on characters of the Straw Hat Crew from One Piece, entertainment shows, merchandise shops and themed restaurants, and seasonal events and campaigns.
The park closed permanently on July 31, 2020, due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on its management.
The park was themed as Tongari Island (トンガリ島) in the New World; after the Straw Hat Crew landed there, they created games and attractions for their fans with the islanders. The island's leader is Tongari Den Den Mushi who frequently appeared as the guide in some attractions and the website. Tongari (トンガリ) means "pointed" or "sharp" in Japanese and it refers to the shape of Tokyo Tower.
In 2016, it ranked 7th in TripAdvisor 2016 Traveler's Choice Top 10 Amusement Parksin the Japan region.
|Mugiwara Store, Sanji's Oresama Restaurant, Cafe Mugiwara
|Welcome Wall, 360° Log Theatre ~The World of One Piece~, The Plaza of Origin, Straw Hat Crew's Great Feast, Luffy's Endless Adventure
|Zoro's Soul of Edge, Nami's Casino House, Usopp's Road to Sogeking, Chopper's Thousand Sunny Tours, Robin's Finding Ponegliff, Franky's Park, Brook's Horror House, Children's Playground
|Franky's Cola Bar
|Manga Walk, One Piece Live Attraction, Tongari Theater
An experiential attraction where the famous scenes of Straw Hat Crew adventure from the manga series were projected onto a 360 degree omnidirectional screen. It was located on the third floor, the entrance floor of One Piece Tower, and was the first attraction to welcome visitors to the island.
A walkthrough attraction that followed the history of the protagonist, Monkey D. Luffy and his fellow characters. It was located on the 5th floor. There were life-size statues of characters, miniatures, and exhibition panels.
There was a movie theater with a wide screen at the end showing an original short film only available at Tokyo One Piece Tower.
An interactive game based on one of Straw Hat Crew, Roronoa Zoro located on the fourth floor. Inside was a Dojo that Zoro established and the players must slash down cannons fired from the screen in front to defeat Marines with a sword using Zoro's skills.
Also, Zoro's and other characters' swords and weapons were displayed on the wall inside this attraction.
An interactive attraction based on the navigator of Straw Hat Crew, Nami located on the fourth floor. It was a casino game where the players bet a certain amount of Berries, the world currency in One Piece, for a three-point match to win a jackpot. The winners with over a certain amount of Berries received a VIP card.
An interactive game based on one of Straw Hat Crew, Usopp located on the fourth floor. Players shoot the Marines with a slingshot, Usopp's iconic weapon for a given time. The last enemy was the World Government.
An interactive walkthrough attraction guided by one of Straw Hat Crew, Tony Tony Chopper located on the fourth floor. The whole attraction imitated the interior of Straw Hat Crew's second ship, Thousand Sunny. It included the kitchen and dining, Nami and Robin's bedroom, and other facilities inside Thousand Sunny.
An interactive game based on one of Straw Hat Crew, Nico Robin located on the fourth floor involving the whole park. The players were given one Transponder Snail to find many ancient characters hidden all over the park to finally discover Poneglyph in the ancient remains.
An area dedicated to the shipwright, Franky on the fourth floor. There was a pinball machine called "Franky's Ball Run" in the shape of Franky, a colorful children’s area with toys, and a small cafe called Franky's Cola Bar offering light meals and beverages.
A haunted house based on one of Straw Hat Crew, Brook. The players were given one salt ball (塩玉) to defeat zombies roaming inside the haunted house.
There were numerous photo spots inside the park including characters’ life-size statues, portraits, special exhibitions, etc.
One Piece Live Attraction original entertainment show where live One Piece characters unfolded an adventurous story on stage. The theater was located on the 5th floor. Approximately four to six shows were held every day.The storyline changes seasonally.
|One Piece Live Attraction 1: Welcome to Tongari Mystery Tour
|March 13, 2015 – April 10, 2016
|One Piece Live Attraction 2
|April 23, 2016 – April 9, 2017
|One Piece Live Attraction 3: Phantom
|April 29, 2017 – April 7, 2019
|One Piece Live Attraction 4: Marionette
|April 24, 2019 – 2020
A merchandise shop inside the park on the third floor offering exclusive goods and items with original designs only at Tokyo One Piece Tower.
A One Piece official merchandise shop outside the park on the first floor of Tokyo Tower offering One Piece goods and items. There were exclusive items only on sale at Tokyo Tower.
A small cafe inside the park managed by Coca-Cola lover Franky. It offered various light meals and beverages, and some tables and chairs to rest.
A library cafe located on the first floor of Tokyo Tower that offered foods and beverages inspired by different characters and stories from One Piece. It had more than six hundred books and comics from the world related to ONE PIECE, including original manga series, for visitors to read freely while they eat and rest.
It offered special monthly birthday menus for a certain character from One Piece. Also, it often collaborates with other events such as Ichiban Kuji
It is open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
A restaurant run by Straw Hat Crew's cook, Sanji located on the ground floor of Tokyo Tower beside Cafe Mugiwara. It offered various meals in buffet style from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. (maximum 70 minutes stay) and a la carte style from 3 p.m. to 10 p.m. including a course menu and special events related menus.
"ORESAMA (俺様)" is a narcissistic way of saying "me" in Japanese and the first personal pronoun Sanji refers to himself in the One Piece series. His statue stood between Mugiwara Cafe and Sanji's ORESAMA Restaurant.
The interiors imitated various items or scenes from ONE PIECE such as a mast, prison bars, etc. for visitors to indulge in the world of ONE PIECE.
Monkey D. Luffy, also known as "Straw Hat" Luffy, is a fictional character and the protagonist in the Japanese manga series One Piece created by Eiichiro Oda. Luffy made his debut as a young boy who acquires the properties of rubber after accidentally eating one of the Devil Fruits that belonged to "Red Hair" Shanks.
Roronoa Zoro, also known as "Pirate Hunter" Zoro, is a fictional character created by Japanese manga artist Eiichiro Oda who appears in the manga series and media franchise One Piece. He first appeared in the third chapter of the One Piece manga, published in the manga magazine Weekly Shōnen Jump in 1997. Zoro is the first crewmate to join Monkey D. Luffy to be part of his crew of pirates, after he is rescued by Luffy from execution. Zoro is a highly skilled swordsman and serves as the crew's combatant, though he possesses an extremely poor sense of direction which recurs as a running gag throughout the series.
Usopp, also known by his monikers Sniper King and "God" Usopp, is a fictional character in the One Piece franchise created by Eiichiro Oda. He serves as the sniper of the Straw Hat Pirates.
Nami, also known as "Cat Burglar" Nami, is a fictional character in the One Piece franchise created by Eiichiro Oda. She is based on Ann and Silk, two characters from Oda's previous manga Romance Dawn. She is introduced as a thief and pickpocket who possesses cartographical, meteorological, and navigational skills. At first, she is a subordinate of the fishman Arlong, but she is eventually freed of this service and permanently joins Monkey D. Luffy.
One Piece: Grand Battle is a fighting game made in Japan based on the anime and manga series One Piece. It is the fourth and final game in One Piece's Grand Battle series and the nineteenth One Piece video game released. The game was released in Japan as One Piece: Grand Battle! Rush. The English version uses the intro from the TV series.
One Piece: The Cursed Holy Sword is a 2004 anime fantasy action-adventure film directed by Kazuhisa Takenouchi and written by Yoshiyuki Suga. It is the fifth feature film in the One Piece film series which mostly focuses on Roronoa Zoro.
One Piece: Unlimited Adventure is a video game for the Nintendo Wii based on the manga and anime series One Piece by Eiichiro Oda, released in Japan on April 26, 2007 and in North America on January 22, 2008. The NTSC (American) version of the game uses the FUNimation voice actors exclusively.
One Piece Movie: The Desert Princess and the Pirates: Adventures in Alabasta is a 2007 Japanese anime action adventure fantasy film directed by Takahiro Imamura and written by Hirohiko Kamisama. It is the eighth film in the One Piece media franchise, adapting a story arc from the original manga by Eiichiro Oda, wherein the Straw Hat Pirates travel to the Kingdom of Alabasta to save the war-and drought-plagued country from Sir Crocodile and his secret crime syndicate Baroque Works.
One Piece: Grand Battle! 2 is a Japan-exclusive fighting game for the PlayStation developed by Ganbarion and published by Bandai in 2002. It is the second game in the One Piece: Grand Battle! series and the seventh game to be based on the One Piece manga and anime. Similar to the first game, this game uses the song "We Are!" from the One Piece anime, but with different lyrics, which is known as "We Are! Super-EX ver.".
One Piece Film: Strong World is a 2009 anime fantasy action adventure film directed by Munehisa Sakai and written by Hirohiko Kamisaka. It is the tenth feature film based on the shōnen manga series One Piece by Eiichiro Oda. The film features Naoto Takenaka and Scott McNeil as Shiki, the evil captain of his crew who kidnaps Nami to force her to join his crew and intends to conquer the East Blue. Monkey D. Luffy and his crew must stop Shiki from carrying out his plans.
One Piece Film: Z is a 2012 Japanese anime fantasy action adventure film directed by Tatsuya Nagamine. It is the twelfth feature film based on the shōnen manga series One Piece by Eiichiro Oda. The film stars the regular television cast of Mayumi Tanaka, Kazuya Nakai, Akemi Okamura, Kappei Yamaguchi, Hiroaki Hirata, Ikue Otani, Yuriko Yamaguchi, Kazuki Yao, and Chō. It also features Hōchū Ōtsuka as Zephyr, an ex-naval Admiral, with Ryoko Shinohara and Teruyuki Kagawa as Zephyr's henchmen Ain and Benz respectively. The events of the film takes place near the end of the fifteenth season of the One Piece anime series during the "Z's Ambition" story arc, which serves as a prologue. The film revolves around the Straw Hat Pirates battling against Zephyr, considered to be the most powerful enemy they've faced yet.
One Piece: Pirate Warriors 2 is an action video game developed by Omega Force and published by Bandai Namco Games for PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita. It is the sequel to One Piece: Pirate Warriors. Due to the success of the first game, the sequel was released the year following. It was released in Japan on March 20, 2013, Europe on August 30, 2013, and in the U.S. on September 3, 2013.
From TV Animation - One Piece: Grand Battle! is a Japanese fighting video game developed by Ganbarion and published by Bandai. It is the first game in the One Piece: Grand Battle series and the second game to be based on the One Piece manga and anime. This game's introduction uses the theme song We Are! from the One Piece anime.
One Piece is a 2000 anime film released by Toei Company. It is the first film based on the manga series of the same name, and the only film in the series to use cel animation. It was originally released on March 4, 2000 as part of the Spring 2000 Toei Anime Fair, alongside Digimon Adventure: Our War Game!. The events of the film take place during the first season of One Piece as the first story arcs, "East Blue Saga".
One Piece Film: Gold is a 2016 Japanese animated fantasy action adventure film directed by Hiroaki Miyamoto and produced by Toei Animation. The film is part of the One Piece film series, based on the manga series of the same name written and illustrated by Eiichiro Oda. It had its world premiere at the Emirates Palace hotel in Abu Dhabi on July 15, 2016, and later premiered in Japan on July 23, 2016. On October 5, 2016, Funimation announced that they acquired the rights to screen the film in the United States and Canada on January 10–17, 2017.
One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4 is an action-adventure video game developed by Omega Force and published by Bandai Namco Entertainment for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Windows, and Xbox One. It is the fourth installment in Pirate Warriors video-game series, based on the One Piece franchise. It is a sequel to the 2015 game One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3. It was released on March 27, 2020.
One Piece: Baron Omatsuri and the Secret Island is 2005 anime film directed by Mamoru Hosoda and produced by Toei Animation. It is the sixth animated feature film of the One Piece film series, based on the manga of the same name written and illustrated by Eiichiro Oda. It premiered in Japan on March 5, 2005, and was released to DVD on July 21, 2005.
One Piece is a fantasy adventure television series developed by Matt Owens and Steven Maeda for Netflix. The series is a live-action adaptation of the manga series of the same name by Eiichiro Oda, who served as a major creative consultant on the show. It is produced by Kaji Productions and Shueisha, who also publishes the manga. The series stars an ensemble cast including Iñaki Godoy, Emily Rudd, Mackenyu, Jacob Romero Gibson, and Taz Skylar as the members of the Straw Hat Pirates, centered around (Godoy's) Captain Monkey D. Luffy.
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