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Shonen Jump Theme Park's New Attractions Unveiled

posted on 2013-07-11 10:30 EDT by Sarah Nelkin
Gintama's Justaway Fortune, Bleach's Kon's Soul-Catching Game, Hunter x Hunter's Get x in x the x Cards, Blue Exorcist's Aim the Paladin, Prince of Tennis Tenipon, Toriko's Flying Steak

Namco's indoor theme park Namja Town reopened in Tokyo's Ikebukuro ward on Thursday, and along with it, the newly opened indoor theme park J-World Tokyo. The park unveiled new attractions inspired by Shonen Jump manga:

Gintama's Justaway Fortune


In this fortune-telling lottery inspired by the mascot Justaway in Hideaki Sorachi's Gintama manga, players can win an IC card sticker (C prize), a 75-mm (about 3-inch) metal pin badge (B prize), or a lunch tote bag (A prize). 300 yen (about US$3) lets players shake a fortune stick out of a Justaway-shaped can.

Bleach's Kon's Soul-Catching Game


Players shoot a slingshot with a soul (ball) loaded into it, and try to land the ball into Kon's mouth. If players succeed in getting the soul into Kon's mouth, they will get the prize written on the soul when it rolls out. Players can win an IC card sticker (C prize), a 75-mm metal pin badge (B prize), or a lunch tote bag (A prize) for the price of 300 yen per play.

Shin Tennis no Ōji-sama (New Prince of Tennis)'s Tenipon


Players pay 300 yen to turn a lotto wheel, and receive different prizes depending on the color of the ball that comes out of the wheel. Players can win a paper fan (C prize), a 75-mm metal pin badge (B prize), or a lunch tote bag (A prize).

Toriko's Flying Steak


Players place the steak on the launching pad and slam the pad with a hammer to make the steak fly. If it reaches Toriko safely, the player will receive a prize. Players can win an IC card sticker (C prize), a 75 mm metal pin badge (B prize), or a 250-mm (10-inch) metal stand (A prize). The game costs 300 yen to play.

Blue Exorcist's Aim the Paladin!


Players use the pinball machine's ball to aim for various slots in the machine. Depending on the slot the ball lands in, players will receive a different prize. Players can win an IC card sticker (C prize), a 75-mm metal pin badge (B prize), or a lunch tote bag (A prize). 300 yen is required for one play.

Hunter x Hunter's Get x in x the x Cards


Players throw discs into the holes of Hisoka's cards. Depending on the card they get through, players can receive different prizes. Players can win an IC card sticker (C prize), a door plate (B prize), or a 250-mm metal stand (A prize). 300 yen is required for one play.

Kochira Katsushika-ku Kamearikouen-mae Hashutsujo's Super Rich Reiji Shiratori's Poor-Man-Pick-Up


Players must revolve a handle to help carry the money (the ball) down to Ryotsu. One play is 300 yen, and prizes include an IC card sticker (C prize), a 75-mm metal pin badge (B prize), and a 250 mm-metal stand (A prize). 300 yen is required for one play.

We will cover more of the attractions and the dishes in the next report. Check out our May report for the Naruto, One Piece, and Dragon Ball attractions, as well as an early look at the dishes.

Source: Comic Natalie

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