Shinjuku’s Puzzle Theme Park TOKYO MYSTERY CIRCUS Announces ‘Case Closed’ Puzzle-Solving Game

04.September.2018 | ANIME&GAME / SPOT

TOKYO MYSTERY CIRCUS opened in December last year and with its selection of puzzles and escape games has gone on to gain much popularity with not only the Japanese guys and girls but tourists from overseas too.


The theme park is introducing a brand new Case Closed themed escape game titled ‘Escape From Project ZERO.’ To promote the game, the park will hold a free puzzle-solving game titled ‘Shikakerareta Denpa Bakudan o Kaijo Se Yo!’ from September 6 on weekdays.

The game is a prequel to the escape game in which you must join hands with Conan and Rei to search TOKYO MYSTERY CIRCUS, locate the bomb and diffuse it. If you can beat the game then you may just get a referral from Rei for the escape game.

There will also be a range of original merchandise on sale from September 6 too, including items based on the escape game, as well 7 different randomly selected key rings made in collaboration with TOKYO MYSTERY CIRCUS drawn by the park’s official character Kumakey. Two of the designs are a secret.

Head to TOKYO MYSTERY CIRCUS to solve the puzzles with Conan and Amuro and diffuse the bomb!



“Escape From Project ZERO”

Price: The price differs for the venues and tickets. Please check the website for more details.

Game System

Time Limit: 60 minutes / Time Required: 110 Minutes

Team: 6 people max



Tokyo: Harajuku Himitsukichi of SCRAP (June 29 – October 28)

Kanagawa 1: Nisseki Yokohama (September 21 – September 23)

Chiba: Ichikawa City Cultural Hall (September 29 – September 30)

Gunma: Beisia Culture Hall (October 6 – October 7)

Saitama (Additional Date): B1F Omiya Sonic City, Exhibition Hall 5 (October 13 – October 14)

Saitama: TOIRO (October 20 – October 21)

Kanagawa 2: Ajito of SCRAP Yokohama (November 2 – November 25)

Event Website:


“Shikakerareta Denpa Bakudan o Kaijo Se Yo!”

Running: September 6, 2018 – September 28, 2018 (Weekdays Only)

Puzzle Kit: Available on the first floor of TOKYO MYSTERY CIRCUS

Price: Free

Game System

Time Limit: None / Time Required: 15-60 Minutes

Team: Any number of people allowed

Event Page (Japanese):


Tokyo Mystery Circus

Address: APM Bldg., 1-27-5 Kabukicho, Shinjuku, Tokyo, 160-0021

Opening Hours: Weekdays 11:30-23:00 / Weekends & Holidays 09:30-23:00

No Fixed Holidays.

Price: Free Entry (*Separate tickets required for games)

Tickets must be purchased to play the games.

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