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Updated: October 1, 2019
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Prepare to be surprised, delighted, and a little bewildered when you visit one of Tokyo's quirkier indoor theme parks: Namjatown. Located in Ikebukuro's Sunshine City, the complex with three themed areas is home to an eclectic collection of attractions, as well as a gyoza "stadium" and an "alley" dedicated to desserts.
Namjatown's two food-themed areas are its main draws. Wander through the retro-themed Namja Gyoza Stadium to sample different types of gyoza dumplings from all over Japan. Make sure you're not too full, as you can't miss the chance to taste some of the intricately decorated desserts at Fukubukuro Dessert Yokocho (Dessert Alley).
General admission: 800 yen
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