Tokyo One Piece Tower Posts Farewell Video to Thank for Five-Year Support


 

 

Tokyo One Piece Tower, the world's first everlasting indoor theme park devoted to the One Piece franchise, closed down its five-year historical past on July 31. The park posted a particular farewell film to specific their gratitude to all of the individuals who cherished it and their help for 5 years.

 

Tokyo One Piece Tower opened on March 13, 2015, and had been visited by the One Piece followers from all around the world. Nonetheless,  the continued COVID-19 outbreak had a extreme affect on its administration. They introduced its everlasting closure on July 4. They wrote within the assertion, "We have now decided that will probably be troublesome to proceed offering companies that fulfill all of you with the identical high quality as earlier than, in addition to the placement of indoor amenities."

 

 

 

 

〝麦わらの一味〟出航????
2015.03.13~2020.07.31

「またあおう、このうみのどこかで」#トンガリ島????#最後の宴の14日間#東京ワンピースタワー pic.twitter.com/nAxkPhPkxG

— 東京ワンピースタワー【公式】 (@onepiecetower) July 31, 2020

 

 

Additionally, the One Piece manga writer Eiichiro Oda launched a particular message as beneath:

 

"Who would have imagined that such a world can be coming? Shut contact is enjoyable, however we are able to't do this. It's very unhappy, however 5 years is a very long time! It was 5 years stuffed with reminiscences of many followers. The actors on stage day after day, the quite a few points of interest, and the facility of the employees to help them! I feel it was very nice and possibly an intimate time with no regrets in these days. I’m stuffed with gratitude to have executed this a lot for one sequence. Moderately, Tokyo One Piece Tower has modified to a legend! I'm wanting ahead to seeing you all once more in a unique type. Thanks a lot for making a enjoyable area for 5 years!"

 

 

2020年7月31日(金)、ついに「#東京ワンピースタワー」が5年間の歴史に幕を下ろしました。
この5年間、「#トンガリ島」に遊びに来ていただき、そして愛していただきありがとうございました‼️

最後に、原作者・ #尾田栄一郎 先生から「東京ワンピースタワー」へメッセージが届きました。 pic.twitter.com/0fbecoVAzO

— 東京ワンピースタワー【公式】 (@onepiecetower) July 31, 2020

 

 

 

 

Supply: Tokyo One Piece Tower press launch

 

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