Tokyo One Piece Tower Theme Park to be Closed Down on July 31 Due to COVID-19


 

 

The official web site for Tokyo One Piece Tower introduced in the present day that it will likely be closed down on July 31, 2020. The world’s first everlasting indoor theme park devoted to the One Value franchise opened on March 13, 2015. Like many different leisure services, the continuing COVID-19 outbreak has had a extreme impression on its administration.

 

 

Message of the park’s web site:

 

Thanks for supporting Tokyo One Piece Tower.

 

The “Tokyo One Piece Tower”, which opened on March 13, 2015, will shut down its five-year historical past on Friday, July 31, 2020. After the state of emergency was lifted and varied measures have been taken to stop the unfold of COVID-19 infectious illness together with the Tokyo roadmap, now we have fastidiously mentioned and examined it earlier than resuming enterprise. We have now decided that it will likely be troublesome to proceed offering providers that fulfill all of you with the identical high quality as earlier than, in addition to the placement of indoor services, and with the identical high quality.

 

As well as, as a way to benefit from the Tongari Island (Tokyo One Piece Tower) for the final reminiscence, we’ll take acceptable measures in accordance with the “Guideline for stopping the unfold of COVID-19 an infection in amusement parks and theme parks”, we’re planning to reopen the park with free and the restricted variety of folks for the admission.

  

 

【重要】東京ワンピースタワー閉園のお知らせ

詳しくは下記URLをご確認ください。https://t.co/swc0MYPPiT#東京ワンピースタワー

— 東京ワンピースタワー【公式】 (@onepiecetower) July 4, 2020

 

 

Newest PV for the park posted in June:

 

 

As the ultimate reward from the park, the ultimate two exhibits of its newest reside character present “ONE PIECE LIVE ATTRACTION ‘MARIONETTE'” can be live-streamed on YouTube worldwide.

 

 

「ONE PIECE LIVE ATTRACTION」セミファイナル&ファイナルLIVE配信決定‼️

詳しくは下記URLをご確認ください。https://t.co/nJpF9x5Ymx#東京ワンピースタワー

— 東京ワンピースタワー【公式】 (@onepiecetower) July 4, 2020

 

 

“ONE PIECE LIVE ATTRACTION MARIONETTE” PV

 

 

Images from the present:

 

 

 

Supply: “One Piece” manga official web site, Images from Tokyo One Piece Tower press releases

 

© Eiichiro Oda/Shueisha, Fuji TV, Toei Animation