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One Piece Theme Park Heads to Tokyo Tower

The sheer dominating power of Eiichiro Oda’s One Piece can’t be stopped. Not content with ruling the manga and anime worlds, having its own special exhibitions, and more, One Piece is getting a theme park at Tokyo Tower. The 333-meter-tall tower—located in Minato-ku, Tokyo—will be home to the park starting spring 2015.

There isn’t a ton of information yet, but according to One-Piece.Com the theme park will have live character shows, attractions, restaurants, and shops for original goods. The main image from the park’s official website, pictured below, says, “Straw Hat Pirates’ Territory!!”

Built in 1958, Tokyo Tower is the second-tallest tower in Japan behind the 634-meter-tall Tokyo Sky Tree Tower.

Via Crunchyroll

© Eiichiro Oda/Shueisha, Fuji TV, Toei Animation

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