Categories: Theme Parks, Water & Amusement Parks
Try unusual ice cream flavors from curry to eel at Namjatown, an indoor theme park featuring a range of diversions. Carnival-style games include a shooting ride, interactive devices, and a host of arcade classics. Anime fans should check the website for regularly hosted anime events. If you want more than just ice cream, fill up on a wide range of variations on that Japanese favorite, gyoza. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Namjatown by using our Tokyo trip itinerary builder.
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いろいろとイベントなどあって楽しいのですが、入場料以外にお金かかりすぎるのが難点。 計画を立てて行かないとお金足りないか予想外の出費に驚きます。Various events such as the fun is, other than the admission fees to money or staff is too large. I am surprised for unexpected expenses or not enough money and not making plans.show original
No English, lots of anime, lots of children, lots of ice cream and lots of dumplings! All in all pretty overwhelming, but the dumplings were great and if you were prepared to queue to give a game a go... read more »
This place only caters for Japanese people. If you don't know how to speak Japanese, you can't appreciate the place. You can avail the ticket (¥500) for just visiting the place or you can avail the ti... read more »
Not an amusement park in the classical meaning. Indoors and somewhat creative. The food is quite decent and the selection is good. Overpriced entrance fee. Good for a rainy day and nothing else to do. Can be creepy/scary for young kids.
Overpriced for what you get in terms of the non-themed food. The themed food is pretty creative so if you're a fan of the particular item it's worth it because the items are generally crafted in front of you. as for the amusement portion I didn't really get the ideas. The amusement park portion I think is more for small kids.
A shame of "amusement park", you gotta pay to get in and then you gotta pay for every single attraction, the free ones are extremely poor, the food is awful (the worst ginza I've ever tasted). Shame on Lonely Planet for having this place as a recommended one. It's expensive, difficult to arrive by public transport, the food is horrible and there's no english support.
Seiichi OtaBy paying the entrance fee does not come in. Admission is free even if subtle.show original
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