Real Pokémon Escape Game Arriving in Tokyo and Osaka

28.April.2018 | SPOT

For the release of Pokémon the Movie: Everyone’s Story set to hit theatres in Japan on July 13, a Real Dasshutsu (Escape) Game is taking place at Tokyo Dome City (July 14, 2018―September 24, 2018) in Tokyo and Hirakata Park (July 18, 2018―September 17, 2018) in Osaka.

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The locations for the escape game are both famous amusement parks in Tokyo and Osaka. You’ll be hands on in solving puzzles, deciphering codes and befriending Pokémon hidden around the parks to advance the story.

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In addition to the Standard Course which adults will enjoy, there’s also a Kid’s Course that children can get involved in too, making it an exciting day out for the family. And the best part – there’s no time restriction. As well as the story written for this event, you’ll have find encountering, finding and collecting Pokémon, as well as all the other things you would expect to enjoy in the world of Pokémon.

オリジナルリアル脱出ゲーム『風の遊園地からの脱出』

Enter the world of Pokémon yourself this summer at this fun event!

 

■Information

Pokémon Real Dasshutsu Game (Japanese: リアル脱出ゲーム×劇場版ポケットモンスター「風の遊園地からの脱出」)

 

Tokyo Event

Location: Tokyo Dome City Attractions

Running: July 14, 2018―September 24, 2018

Time: Weekdays 15:00-22:00 / Weekends 10:00-22:00

 

*The reception to participate in the event will close 2 hours before it ends.

*The event will begin on Weekends, Holidays and August 11―15 from 10:00.

*The event will finish at 21:00 from September 19.

 

Prices:

◆Advance Tickets

Event Ticket (w/ ticket for 5 rides): ¥3,300 (Elementary School students and above)

Event Ticket (w/ one-day pass): Adults – ¥4,300 (Junior High School students and above) / Children – ¥3,000 (Elementary School students and below)

 

◆Same-Day Tickets

Event Ticket (w/ ticket for 5 rides): ¥3,700 (Elementary School students and above)

Event Ticket (w/ one-day pass): Adults – ¥4,700 (Junior High School students and above) / Children – ¥3,400 (Elementary School students and below)

 

*Advance tickets purchasable until 23:59 the previous day. Reserved time and date.

*Same-day tickets available for purchase from all ticket counters at Tokyo Dome City Attractions.

 

Ticket Sales: Available from June 2, 2018 at 12:00

*Available via the following ticket vendors: SCRAP Tickets, E-Plus, Lawson Tickets, Ticket Pia, 7-Tickets

TEL: 03-3817-6001

 

Osaka Event

Location: Hirakata Park

Running: July 18, 2018―September 17, 2018 (*Main park closed on some days)

Time: Dependent on the park’s hours (*The reception to participate will be open 3 hours before the park closes. The final goal reception will be open until 1 hour before closing time.)

Prices:

♦︎Early Discount Tickets (No Allocated Dates)

Available: June 2, 2018 at 12:00―July 17, 2018 at 23:59

*Available early via ticket vendors from May 19 at 12:00.

 

Event Ticket + Free Park Entry + Select Attraction Rides (3 Rides): Adults – ¥3,300 (Junior High School students and above)

Event Ticket + Free Park Entry + Select Attraction Rides (3 Rides): Children – ¥2,700 (Elementary School students)

Event Ticket + Free Park Entry + Free Pass: Adults – ¥4,900 (Junior High School students and above)

Event Ticket + Free Park Entry + Free Pass: Children – ¥4,400 (Elementary School students)

 

♦︎Advance Tickets (No Allocated Dates)

Available: July 18, 2018 at midnight―September 16, 2018 at 23:59

Event Ticket + Free Park Entry + Select Attraction Rides (3 Rides): Adults – ¥3,400 (Junior High School students and above)

Event Ticket + Free Park Entry + Select Attraction Rides (3 Rides): Children – ¥2,800 (Elementary School students)

Event Ticket + Free Park Entry + Free Pass: Adults – ¥5,200 (Junior High School students and above)

Event Ticket + Free Park Entry + Free Pass: Children – ¥4,600 (Elementary School students)

 

♦︎Same-Day Tickets

Event Ticket: ¥800 (Elementary School students and above)

*Does not include park entry fee, attraction fees or other fees.

*Free Passes cannot be used to participate in the event.

*In the case that parents or guardians of elementary school children and above will be with the children at the start and goal posts and other areas of the event, they must pay a separate fee from the participation fee.

*There are no specified or allocated dates for early discount tickets or advance tickets.

 

Ticket Sales: Available from June 2, 2018 at 12:00

*Available via the following ticket vendors: E-Plus, Lawson Tickets, Ticket Pia, 7-Tickets

TEL: 072-844-3475

 

Event Website

http://realdgame.jp/pokemon2018/

 

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