The Tokyo One Piece Tower exhibition may have concluded its five-year run back in July of 2020, but the One Piece Cafe Mugiwara collaboration restaurant is still sailing strong, and recently Crunchyroll toured the premises to discover what a truly piratical dining experience looks like. Hit the jump to check it out in video form.
Tokyo One Piece Tower, the world's first permanent indoor theme park dedicated to the One Piece franchise, closed down its five-year history on July 31. The park posted a special farewell movie to express their gratitude to all the people who loved it and their support for five years. Check out the clip and a message from Eiichiro Oda after the jump.
As reported, Tokyo One Piece Tower will be closed down permanently this Friday, July 31. The park's official YouTube channel has started live-streaming "Chourou's daily life of Tongari Island" to introduce the world's first One Piece-themed permanent indoor theme park to the world. Visit the park for the last time after the jump.
As reported, Tokyo One Piece Tower, the world's first permanent indoor theme park dedicated to the One Piece franchise, will close down its five-year history on July 31, 2020. Before the last farewell, the park will reopen for free for a limited time of 14 days until the final day. Hit the jump for more details.
The official website for Tokyo One Piece Tower announced today that it will be closed down on July 31, 2020. The world's first permanent indoor theme park dedicated to the One Piece franchise opened on March 13, 2015. Like many other entertainment facilities, the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak has had a severe impact on its management. Read their message after the jump.
For those who are forced to stay at home during the Golden Week Holiday, Tokyo One Piece Tower will stream a 20-minute digest clip of its popular live character show "ONE PIECE LIVE ATTRACTION MARIONETTE"'s final day performance on the One Piece franchise's official YouTube channel from 20:00 on May 5 (JST) / 04:00 on May 5 (PT). Hit the jump for more details.
As reported, Tokyo One Piece Tower's current live character show "ONE PIECE LIVE ATTRACTION: MARIONETTE" will return with new cast members on March 18, 2020, the park's reopening day for its fifth anniversary. A key visual for the new session featuring Luffy, Sabo, and Caesar Clown is revealed with a tagline, "Now, it's a showtime." Hit the jump for more details.
Tokyo One Piece Tower has announced that its ongoing live character show "ONE PIECE LIVE ATTRACTION MARIONETTE" will end its run by the current cast members on March 8, 2020 and that its final two shows at 19:00 and 20:00 will be live-streamed worldwide on the park's official YouTube channel and China's largest SNS Weibo. Hit the jump for more details.