How well do you know Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure?
Put your Jojo knowledge and skills to the test when you visit Jojo World, an interactive theme park based on the first five parts of the iconic series.
We got to visit to bring you the ultimate tour experience!
Featuring six different games based on all the seasons of the JoJo anime, you can win a whole host of exclusive JoJo merch, everything from newly drawn cards and illustrations to towels, figures, water bottles, keychains, and more.
Check Out Unique Jojo Merchandise
Jojo World is the first interactive theme park that includes all five of the main series characters from the anime. This limited-time exhibit offers a number of different activities including minigames based around different parts of the series, photo spots to pose with your favorite Jojo characters, and tons of new merchandise to expand your Jojo collection.
While visiting Jojo World, you have the chance to stock up on some one-of-a-kind merch. The theme park features everything from newly drawn cards and illustrations to towels, water bottles, keychains, and more.
Of course, no anime exhibit would be complete without its own unique set of anime-related food and drink. Jojo World features a number of sweets and teas based on different Jojo characters.
Will you choose the waffle with Giorno’s hair swirls or perhaps a sweet crepe that is Morioh City-themed? Whichever you decide on, your food and drinks items will also come with a special character card that matches the item’s theme.
Put Your Jojo Skills to the Test With Interactive Minigames!
Perhaps the most exciting aspect of the exhibit is the minigames that visitors can try out. Each minigame will test you.
In the image below, you can re-enact the scene from part one where Mr. Zeppeli cracks a rock under a frog without injuring it. Depending on how well you do, you will receive a letter score and a special message from Zeppeli himself. Unfortunately, doing our visit, we received a score of B and a message stating that the frog is no longer among the living.
Jojo World is operating at three different locations across Japan on varying dates. For more details, see the chart below.
|Yokohama World Porters, Tokyo, Japan||11:00 a.m.-20:00 p.m.||March 5 to May 9, 2021|
|HEP FIV, Osaka, Japan||TBD||May 21 to June 27, 2021|
|Canal City Hakata, Fukuoka, Japan||TDB||July 16 to September 12, 2021|
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Christian Dakin is a south Georgia-born writer, game director, and translator currently based out of Tokyo, Japan. He studied in Japan for a year in college before returning again for work. Christian enjoys studying Japanese and outdoors. In his off time, he is most likely to be found adventuring to a castle, belting it out in karaoke with friends, or in a gym somewhere.