Namco Namja Town is an indoor theme park in the Sunshine City shopping complex in east Ikebukuro, Tokyo. The park was opened in 1996 by Namco, a Japanese company best known for producing video games, although the park itself does not focus on those games. Instead, it features themed dining, carnival-style games, a haunted house, and a line of character mascots exclusive to the park.
Ticket vending machine
Entrance ticket @ 300yen ($4), there are other package available, cost around 3000yen. One can play the theme games inside as many time as you like with it, or just buy the 300yen ticket and pay for individual games instead.
game ticket vending machine
Guinness world of record for Biggest jukebox measuring 20M by 12M, build in 7 June 1996
Gyoza Stadium~! around 10 stalls selling gyoza from all different countries and different part of Japan.
For 200yen, you can try you skill at catching fishes and baby lobster?
After some photos taking, onward the main attraction.. gyoza
so many shop to choose from..
bought my first pack of 8 gyoza, Yaki Gyoza @ 500yen ($6.50).. well, they taste normal..
Try the other store next, give a tag to wait as the gyozas are cook .. cost 500yen too for 8piece
Taste pretty different.. hehe, I don’t know what is the topping, taste weird o.O
olden days Japan railway
Next up.. Icecream City 😀
again many to choose from.. have ice cream from turkey, italy, japan, hokkaido, etc.. AFAIK, there is also Curry ice cream (saw it on a Ch8 TV shown a while ago, hosted by Mark lee and Jeff Wang)
Anyway bought a ice cream from the Hokkaido shop @ 580yen ($7.50). Banana with chocolate topping.
Next, Desert empire
Mini Chocolate fountain~ you can buy mushmellow and strawberries here then coat them with chocolate yourself here
There is also a massage corner, with different type of massage service from different countries, like thailand, china, usa, japan.
Before I left, there was a show at the stage area, something to do with Doraemon
overall, quite a interesting place, but the foods are expensive 😦