Japan’s largest eSports park opens inside Tokyo Tower, with a host of VR and high-tech attractions spread out across the beloved landmark’s first and third to fifth floors. The entire third floor is a lounge fitted with a massive 15 metre-wide LED screen as well as projection mapping features. Here you’ll find retro games like Pacman and VR games like Beat Saber and KAT Walk.
On the fourth floor are 18 attractions, where you’ll probably spend most of your time immersed in sports-inspired games and activities. Compete with your friends at solving puzzles, jumping rope, or fighting invaders using an AR motion sensor. Alternatively, build your teamwork skills by playing the VR Tower Tag or a real-life PUBG Mobile shooting game. You’ll find other physical games that engage your entire body, such as jumping on air matress, baseball batting, shooting basketballs and cycling.
The fifth floor is where you can catch a breather and try out some virtual E-motor sports and racing simulators that have been used for training by professional racers. There’s also a poker room for Texas holdem and a separate room dedicated to Japanese and international board games. On event days, you can even catch a show at the Sky Stadium stage – it could be a live music performance, a fashion show or even an eSport showcase.