Tokyo One Piece Tower Attraction closes down on July 31

TOKYO (July 6): The famous Tokyo One Piece Tower theme park attraction, which located in Tokyo Tower, will close permanently by end of the month as the business was badly hit by the Covid-19 pandemic, according to Oriental Daily report.

The official website for the One Piece franchise has announced the news of closure on July 4.

"After the state of emergency was lifted and various measures were taken to curb the spread of Covid-19, we have carefully discussed and examined it before resuming business. We have determined that it will be difficult to continue providing services that satisfy all of you with the same quality as before, as well as the location of indoor facilities, and with the same quality," said the statement.

Opened since March 2015, the indoor theme park has been one of the popular destinations for the One Piece comic fans as well as the tourists who visited Tokyo Tower.

The indoor theme park hosts live stage shows, and also hosts carnival-like game attractions, stamp rallies, exhibitions, and more for Eiichiro Oda's One Piece manga and anime. The attraction also features a cafe and restaurant, and merchandise shops.

Before bidding farewell to the "Straw hat" comic fans, One Piece Tower will open up its doors once more, with safety measures in place, to allow a limited number of guests to visit the attraction each day. 

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