Bandai Namco Amusement announced today that the J-World Tokyo project including the indoor theme
park In Ikebukuro, Tokyo, will end its scheduled six-year operation as of February 17, 2019. The theme
Park dedicated to the internationally popular Shonen Jump titles will be closed on the day.
J-World Tokyo was opened on the third floor of Sunshine City shopping complex in Ikebukuro on July 11,
2013, offering various virtual reality attractions and games inspired by the Shonen Jump manga / anime's
worlds and characters. Its currently featured titles are: Dragon Ball Z, One Piece, Naruto Shippden, Haikyu !!,
Gintama, Blue Exorcist, Kuroko's Basketball, KochiKame, The New Prince of Tennis, Toriko, Hunter x Hunter,
As an expression of their appreciation to the visitors for six years, the park will hold the "Grand Finale" campaign
from December 21, 2018, to the closing day. During the period, the first 500 visitors on each day will get one of
the 59 newly-drawn character illustration stickers, which changes every day. More memorial events, such as free
cosplay experience, character greetings and voice actors' talk shows, are also planned.
J-World Tokyo PV
Source: Bandai Namco Amusement press release
© Bird Studio / Shueisha, Fuji TV, Toei Animation
© Eiichiro Oda / Shueisha, Fuji TV, Toei Animation
© Masashi Kishimoto Scott / Shueisha, TV Tokyo, Pierrot
© Hideaki Sorachi / Shueisha, TV Tokyo, Dentsu, BNP, Aniplex
© Tadatoshi Fujimaki / Shueisha, Kuroko's Basketball Production Committee
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