Starting July 11, you too can experience the world of Jump manga at J-World Tokyo.

Announced in December as part of an event, Shonen Jump has officially listed the opening of their theme park as being July 11 to coincide with the summer holidays. Located on the third floor of Ikebukuro’s World Import Mart building in Tokyo, it will feature an array of rooms and goods related to Jump’s most popular manga. The park will span 6,168 square meters and feature an Attraction Area, a Heroes’ Area, a Food Area and of course a Goods Area.

Works that will be featured include Dragonball Z, Naruto, One Piece, Toriko, Bleach, Hunter x Hunter, Gintama, and Kochikame. Attractions based on these, according to concept art released, will be an area where you can reenact releasing a Kamehameha with Goku against Frieza…


View the Great Dragon…


 A ride through a haunted dock on the Soldier Dock adventure…


And even experience the illusory world of Itachi’s Tsukuyomi…


From One Piece there will be a ride based on Nami’s White Rocking Horse and food served at Café Mademoiselle. Other character themed foods will also be served separately at the J-World Kitchen. With Toriko included in the lineup, this probably means that some crazy dishes will be coming out from the kitchen.

Tickets for adults will be 1,300 yen and cost just 1,000 yen for kids. It will be open from 10 AM to 10 PM at night.

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