Our itinerary for the day is to visit Tsukiji Market before they shift to a new place. During my research and many people’s recommendation, I was told that if I would love to try fresh sashimi or seafood, I should visit Tsukiji Market.
When we arrived, there was a lot of tourists. Our main aim was to walk around the place and find a place to have brunch. Most places offered more or less the same dishes at different pricing.
Visiting Tsukiji Market, please do not go during the auction hours. They’re doing business and we’ll be blocking their way. However, there’s another part of the market for visitors to explore. There’s some fresh seafood you could buy. As you walk to another part, there are places where you could stop for a quick meal. Do note that the eating spaces aren’t big, it’s a little squeezy but the food is nice! It’s definitely fresh and you should give it a try when you’re there.
One Piece Tower
We visited One Piece Tower next. Pre-book your tickets for a cheaper price. We booked ours through Klook. We had a show to catch at around 12 pm. The theatre for the show wasn’t huge and it’s free seating. So if you would like to get good seats, do reach there early. Thankfully, the seats that we had was quite near the stage and slightly center. We’re able to see the entire stage without any pillar blocking our view.
Robin’s Finding Poneglyphs
Our first activity after the One Piece show, we head over to Robin’s Finding Poneglyphs. With a den den mushi, we head off to hunt for poneglyphs around the building. They are hidden in corners or probably at very obvious places. Except they are in a camouflage print which made it difficult for you to see. There’s a time limit around an hour for you to search for them. We tried asking the staff how many are there, we were told it’s a secret. And good luck trying to find as many as we could.
The poneglyphs are camouflaged so it wasn’t easy to detect. However, some were pretty obvious. I remembered one poneglyphs is near the toilet’s entrance. Besides, there were quite a few people hunting for poneglyphs too so finding one wasn’t difficult when they will tell you where it is.
Zoro’s Soul of Edge
We tried the Zoro’s Soul of Edge where we used the katana and slice things that come our way. It’s an individual game which lasts roughly about 5 minutes, not inclusive of waiting time.
After the game, when you exit there’s a screen where it’ll show you your pose. And I think my pose in using the katana was the best among the three of us. *not shy*
Luffy’s Endless Adventure
We went for Luffy’s Endless Adventure where we relieve those memories that he went through. For example, when Shank gave him the straw hat while he was a boy.
Walked through the mirror maze wasn’t easy nor difficult as long as we found where to go. And of course, there’s one walkway which may or may not make one giddy. That’s the tunnel of the swirling fire and yes, I got a little giddy. But I was told there’s a little trick to walking the tunnel of swirling fire and you’ll be fine.
Nami’s Casino House
Waited for about 5 minutes for Nami’s Casino House. Entering the casino house, we took our seats. It’s like a mini-game where we “gamble” and try to win till the very last bet. The winner for the day gets to win a small token. Apparently, none of us win anything but it was fun.
Usopp’s Road to SogeKing
If you ever want to try your hands at being Usopp for a day, you should try Usopp’s Road to SogeKing. Defeat the Marines and reach the final stage where you shoot through the flag of the World Government. If you manage to reach there before the time ends, you’ll get a gift.
It was so fun that we actually went to try this out twice! And I almost had it but of course, the Fluffy Bunny managed to win among us. She got herself the small gift for completing the challenge.
I would say, it wasn’t easy. And yes, I salute to whoever manages to aim and shoot through like a sniper using a catapult.
Chopper’s Thousand Sunny Tour
Touring the Thousand Sunny would be every One Piece Fan’s dream. Although the tour given by Chopper isn’t exactly on a ship, it’s interesting nevertheless.
We visited Sanji’s kitchen, Nami and Robin’s bedroom etc. Oh, not to forget Dr. Chopper’s room too. At the end of the tour, you get to watch a short video by the crew before exiting out.
There’s nothing much at Franky’s Park in my opinion. You get to play a pinball machine which you may or may not win a prize. By the side, there’s a mini playground for kids to play in. And you get to buy a cup of cola to enjoy the area.
It’s more of a place for you to rest your feet after exploring One Piece tower.
Brook’s Horror House
I remember visiting Brook’s Horror House, it wasn’t as brightly lit as the other attractions that we went to. But it’s nice to explore this part. It’s a little attraction that mimic a haunted house. Robotic zombies will appear out of nowhere which I personally find it not as scary as I thought it will be.
One Piece tower is worth visiting if you’re into the manga or anime of One Piece. If not, it’s not worth visiting I would say. We