Tokyo One Piece Tower is sponsoring a special event to celebrate the birthday of everyone's favorite navigator, Nami of the Straw Hat Pirates. Hit the jump to learn more.
As of 10:05 am on April 29, the Tokyo One Piece Tower theme park has attracted 100,000 visitors, in 48 days from its opening on March 13. The lucky 100,000th visitors were the Stephen Vaneicken family who lived in Tokyo. Hit the jump for more.
Humanity is constantly constructing monuments to its own accomplishments, but now fast food restaurant MOS Burger has created a limited edition 14 layer "Tokyo Tower Burger" for its new location in Minato Ward, Tokyo. What has science created? Hit the jump to find out.
Four days before its grand opening this Friday, the staff uniforms for the Tokyo One Piece Tower theme park are revealed to Japanese media today. They were designed based on the ideas by the original manga author Eiichiro Oda. Check the photos after the jump.
The official website for the upcoming Tokyo One Piece Tower theme park today updated with image visuals for its two newly-added attractions featuring the protagonist Monkey D. Luffy and cyborg character Franky, titled "Luffy's Endless Adventure" and "Franky's Hentai Ball Coaster." Check the visuals after the jump.
The official website for Tokyo One Piece Tower today updated with a new image visual featuring the main characters and announced that it adds an attraction featuring Usopp, tentatively titled "Mezase Sogeking (Let's be the Sogeking)". Check the latest information after the jump.
The official website for Tokyo One Piece Tower today announced that its opening day will be March 13, 2015. The new theme park featuring the world and characters of Eiichiro Oda's internationally popular manga series will be set in Tokyo Tower, 333-metre-tall tower in Minato-ku, Tokyo. Hit the jump for more information.
A new must-go place for the fans of the series, it was officially announced on July 14 that Tokyo Tower, 333-metre-tall tower in Minato-ku, Tokyo, plans to open a theme park featuring Eiichiro Oda's popular manga/anime series One Piece in spring of 2015. Hit the jump for more.
The new Tokyo Sky Tree hasn't stolen all of Tokyo Tower's thunder. The Tower has a new robot that speaks four languages. Video after the jump.