Shop information on Kabukicho

Address Kabukicho 1−27−5, APM Building B1 to 4th floor Shinjuku

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Tel 03-6273-8641 (Weekdays?11:30-19:00 Weekend&PH?9:30-18:00)
Opening Time Weekdays 11:30-22:00 Weekend & PH 9:30-22:00/ Closed Jan7, Feb3-5
In December 2017, the world’s first “theme park of mystery”, TOKYO MYSTERY CIRCUS, will open in Tokyo’s tourist hotspot ? Shinjuku’s Kabukicho! A collection of entertainment games such as Real Escape Game where you have to escape from an impossible situation, Real Stealth Game where you infiltrate an enemy’s base to complete your mission undetected, Projection Table Game where you utilise interactive projection mapping technology to solve puzzles, and many other new and exciting real-life game and events.

◎What is Real Escape Game?
Real Escape Game (REG) is a interactive live puzzle game which recreated the online escape game concept into real life. Players have to solve mysteries and clues within a time limit to “escape” from a given location based on a unique storyline. REG has expanded from Japan to U.S., Europe, and other parts of Asia like Shanghai, Taiwan, and Singapore, holding their events at unique places like ruined hospitals, sports stadiums, churches, amusement parks and more!

◎What is Real Stealth Game?
A spy and action experiential game where you become the spy agent who has to infiltrate an enemy’s base. Get past the guards and traps and complete your mission! The puzzles differ from the usual Real Escape Game puzzles but requires you to use your brain to clear certain conditions of the mission.

【floor guide】
B1F Secret Base Lab (Hall)
An area where you can experience Real Escape Game with deep-set storylines. Enjoy a fulfilling time of puzzle solving.
1F Mystery Atrium
Reception counter to register for the games. There is also a cafe full of “mysteries” and a merchandise shop to browse. You do not need a ticket to enjoy this floor!
2F Mini Real Escape Room
You can enjoy 2 types of games on this floor: A mini Real Escape Game that is played in a short amount of time with a small number of players.
3F Real Stealth Area
The floor for Real Stealth Games.Become a spy agent who has to infiltrate an enemy’s base. Get past the guards and traps and complete your mission within the time limit!
4F PTG Room
You can play the Projection Table Game on this floor. This floor also has other Real Escape Games or interactive game events.
5F 2020 Spring New Open Floor
『Escape from The NINE ROOMS』/ Secret Base Lab (Hall)

【Price System】1,000~4,500jpy/one person
inSPYre Shinjuku Site / amusement
Address Humax Pavilion Shinjuku Kabukicho 6F 20-1 Kabukicho 1 chome Shinjuku-Ku Tokyo

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Tel 03-5155-1481
Opening Time 11:00am-5:00am / open everyday
“inSPYre” is a mission-accomplished-type time-attack mode attraction.
An abandoned warehouse suddenly appears in the center of the city. This is BLACK-MAX’s hideout, a heinous organization trying to conquer the world.
To put an end to their evil plans, you are going to be dispatched from the intelligence organization inSPYre as agents with various missions.
There are multiple missions and many possible routes through. The solutions may differ every time. An unimaginably difficult challenge awaits.
inSPYre is a whole new attraction.
Try it once and you’ll be hooked!

PRICE/Admission fee
SEGA Shinjuku Kabukicho/"GE-SEN "game center
Address 1F/2F 2nd-Toa BLD. 1-21-1 Kabukicho Shinjuku-Ku Tokyo

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Tel 03-3208-0571
Opening Time 10:00-1:00am /Open everyday
Welcome to SEGA "GE-SEN"

SEGA arcade was chosen as the first in 'The 20 Coolest Arcades in the World' ranking by American media. Let me introduce you this 'Cool SEGA Arcade'

What is “Ge-Sen”?
‘Ge-Sen’ stands for ‘Game Center’. Generally speaking in Japan arcades are called ‘Game center’ or ‘Amusment Park’ as well. In SEGA ‘Ge-Sen’ mostly you can find game consoles that use the latest technology. In some of SEGA ‘Ge-Sen’ there are everyone-wins ‘Lottery Item’ or ‘concept cafe’, where you can enjoy the world of some characters from the Anime.
Shinjuku Sports Land Honkan/game center
Address Sunpark Honkan BLD.1F 3-22-12 Shinjuku Shinjuku-Ku Tokyo

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Tel 03-3352-5489
Opening Time 10:00-24:00/Open everyday
Wellcom to ‘Ge-Sen’ -
‘Ge-Sen’ stands for ‘Game Center’. Generally speaking in Japan arcades are called ‘Game center’ or ‘Amusment Park’ as well.
BAGUS Shinjuku
Address 20-1 Kabuki Cho 1-chome HumaxPavilion5F

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Tel 03-3208-0127
Opening Time 12:00-5:00AM(Fri Sat The day before holidays/12:00-7:00AM)
This is the largest entertainment in Japan, which has billiards, darts, and simulation golf!
game and slot Espas Nittaku Shinjuku
Address 22-2 Kabuki Cho 1-chome Nittaku The 4th Sinjuku Building

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Tel 03-5273-6130
Opening Time 10:00-23:00/Open everyday