As if we didn’t need another reason to want to travel to Japan. The Tokyo Dome City Attractions will collaborate with Chainsaw Man from January 14 to March 19, 2023.
Most details are still unknown, so please check the special website for more information. In addition, a stamp rally and mini-games are being planned.
Do we need a reason to go to an amusement park?
Chainsaw Man has had several collaborations, but this one might be one of the biggest. And one of the best ways to take advantage of your love for anime.
Because you don’t have to pay to enter the Tokyo Dome City Attractions! You only need to pay for whatever rides or attractions you want.
So non-anime fans don’t have to follow you as you explore the park for Chainsaw Man goodness. And the weather won’t be an issue for the most part because the Tokyo Dome City Attractions have plenty of indoor activities.
And if the promotional art is a hint. We can expect some of their classic rides and attractions to have a role in the collaboration.
What can you do at the Tokyo Dome City Attractions?
Tokyo Dome City has English, Chinese, and Korean maps, and their staff has badges to show which languages they understand. So there’s no need to worry about translation issues, though I’d still recommend learning the basics of Japanese to be safe.
Sadly, Tokyo Dome City’s signature ride, “Thunder Dolphin,” will be undergoing maintenance until Spring 2023. But there are plenty of other attractions to see!
There is the first hubless Ferries wheel, the “Big O,” which looks exciting, and the Thunder Dolphin goes through it. Next, the “Sky Flower” with no height limit, so ages four and up are welcome.
And if you find yourself in Tokyo Dome City, there’s a JUMP SHOP with exclusive and overseas merchandise! There’s also a SEGA store where you can test your luck at several anime crane games.
But it’s the Gallery AaMo that you should keep your eye on. Not only do they hold various events and exhibitions that are anime-related throughout the year, but they also hold cosplay events!
And if you get hungry, why not head over to the Bubba Gump’s Shrimp Co. Tokyo seafood restaurant? It’s based on the Forrest Gump movie!