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runaway bride100 years ago in old Asakusa, a beautiful young bride-to-be suddenly disappeared. Was she kidnapped? You must find out before the wedding starts!

Please note that a Japanese high-school level of English is required in this room for Japanese players.

This room is more focused on mind puzzles and observation.

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samurai espionageYou are a samurai serving under the Shogun during the Edo Period. The latter receives a death threat in the mail: an assassin will attempt to break into the Shogun’s castle at midnight. You must protect him, as his fate is in your hands.

This room is more focused on physical activity and a high sense of observation.

Highly recommended for tourists.
Recommended for 3 ~ 5 people.

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zenThe disciple of a famous Zen Master, you have been given a final mission to complete your training.
Will the disciple surpass the Master?

Recommended for tourists!

The Zen room is the most aesthetic among the 3 rooms. This room is more focused on searching for and discovering things around the room.

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Book here on our secure system with VISA, MasterCard or PayPal*. Select your game or all games together by clicking on the appropriate button. We have different prices for CORPORATE EVENTS.
Please contact us for more information.
*If you cannot pay online, please call us: +81 (0)3-6231-6621 (9:30-19:00).

GAME FEES

2 PLAYERS
¥4,200 per person
Total ¥8,400

3 PLAYERS
¥3,800 per person
Total ¥11,400

4 PLAYERS
¥3,500 per person
Total ¥14,000

5 PLAYERS
¥3,300 per person
Total ¥16,500

6 PLAYERS OR MORE?
Book two rooms and compete: up to 10 players for the same theme!

PremiumFridayプレミアムフライデー

Japan launches the Premium Friday!

If you live and work in Japan, you must be aware of the country's long working hours. Large amounts of monthly overtime is a common thing, and it is not rare for Japanese workers to only take half of their paid leaves entitlements, which has long been an issue. But here is the good news: this February 24th, the government, along with some business groups, will launch the Premium Friday campaign. In an attempt to curb the country's long work hours and boost consumption, it has decided to let workers leave at 3pm on the last Friday of every month, to start their weekend earlier than ever. So far, the number of companies that will participate in the campaign is still unknown, but you might very well be among the lucky ones to start their last weekend of the month earlier! And if this is the case, how will you spend this extra free time? Among the obvious answers are shopping, of course, but also travelling, and for those who cannot go too far, fun and exciting activities such as our Escape Games! Come and share an hour of fun with you colleagues, friends or family: solve puzzles and...

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Tokyo Marathon 2017!!

For many runners in Japan, the Tokyo Marathon is THE event of the year. Dating back to 1981, the Tokyo Marathon originally consisted of two separate events: the Tokyo International Marathon, which took place in even-numbered years, and the Tokyo - New York Friendship International Marathon, which took place on odd-numbered years. In 2007, those two events were combined into one, to become the Tokyo Marathon as we know it today. Taking place at the end of February, it is one of the six World Marathon Majors (along with the Boston, London, Berlin, Chicago and New York City Marathons), and gathers thousands of participants each year from all around the world. This year's Marathon will be different, however, as the organizers have decided to modify the course for a more symbolic and impressive finish line: instead of ending at Tokyo Big Sight as years past, the race will now finish at Tokyo Station's Gyoko-dori, with the participants running in front of the Imperial Palace for the last stretch. One thing that hasn't changed though, is that the course will still run through Tokyo's traditional Asakusa, and of course, we'll be there, waiting for you! If you plan on going...

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Early Asakusa

New game times available!

New game times available! From December 19th 2016, all of our games will start at 10am. Start the morning with an exciting 60 minutes’ challenge and enjoy the rest of the day exploring Tokyo! Having friends and family coming over? Looking for fun activities to do for the upcoming holiday season? Book now for Tokyo’s best Escape Hunt Experience! Operating hours as of December 19th 2016: 9:30 – 20:30 (last game from 19:00).

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Live ESCAPE THE ROOM games, how to play

how to play
escape the room

The Escape Hunt Experience is the global leader in this fast growing themed entertainment industry, offering live “escape the room” games for the public & corporate clients all over the world. With branches from Sydney to Paris, Tokyo to Houston, every game we offer is a unique adventure & experience for your group. You can count on superb entertainment & service at all our branches…

HOW IT WORKS…

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BOOK ONE OF OUR GAMES ONLINE

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SHOW UP 10 MINUTES BEFORE THE GAME

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GET LOCKED IN FOR 60 MINUTES

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FIND CLUES & SOLVE OUR PUZZLES

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ESCAPE & CELEBRATE YOUR VICTORY!

WHO CAN PLAY…

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FRIENDS & FAMILIES

An ideal way for friends & families to enjoy a great time together…

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TOURISTS & TRAVELLERS

Wherever you find yourself, you won’t be far from one of our branches…
Here is an interesting things to do in Asakusa

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COMPANY EVENTS

We specialise in spectacular corporate team building & events…

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ONLINE GAMERS

Whether you are an avid gamer or a pro, we have the right challenge for you…

The Rules…

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No Drinking!

Alcoholic beverages are not allowed at the store…

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No smoking!

Smoking is not allowed at the store including electronic cigarettes…

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No eating!

Outside food is not allowed in the store…

can you escape your room in 60 minutes?

total number of minutes played worldwide:
TOTAL NUMBER OF GAME ROOMS OPEN WORLDWIDE: 210

* Real-time estimate based on reported average occupancy rates.

A SELECTION OF OUR GLOBAL CORPORATE CLIENTS

FAQS

All you need to know before you play The Escape Hunt Experience…

  • WHEN CAN I PLAY?
    We have 7 game times eve...
    WHEN CAN I PLAY?

    We have 7 game times every day: - 10:00 - 11:30 - 13:00 - 14:30 - 16:00 - 17:30 - 19:00

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  • WHICH LANGUAGE IS THE GAME IN?
    All the clues inside the...
    WHICH LANGUAGE IS THE GAME IN?

    All the clues inside the rooms are both in Japanese AND English. Remember, our Game Masters are here to make sure you understand the clues and have a great experience!

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  • CAN HANDICAPPED OR WHEELCHAIR-BOUND PERS...

    Unfortunately, we are not yet equipped to welcome disabled people. However, each case is different: please contact us through our Contact Form or by phone, and we will see what we can do for you!

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  • ARE THERE ANY AGE LIMITS FOR ESCAPE HUNT...

    We limit the minimum age to 7 years old but there is no maximum age. Also, there must be at least one player of over 16 years of age playing in the room at all times.

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  • HOW MANY PEOPLE SHOULD PLAY? CAN I PLAY ...

    Our games are all designed for 2 – 5 players per room. We are happy to accommodate solo players, but will still have to charge our minimum rate of 2 players.

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  • HOW LONG DOES THE ADVENTURE LAST?
    Each adventure is 60 min...
    HOW LONG DOES THE ADVENTURE LAST?

    Each adventure is 60 minutes long, and you need to arrive 10 minutes before for the briefing.  Afterwards, you can de-brief with your team, and refreshments will be offered.

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  • WHY PLAY THE ESCAPE HUNT EXPERIENCE?
    It is the most fun way t...
    WHY PLAY THE ESCAPE HUNT EXPERIENCE?

    It is the most fun way to spend 60 minutes with your partner, friends, family or coworkers. Our games are didactic, bonding, spontaneous, challenging, and much more. You will learn a lot about yoursel...

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  • DO YOU HOST CORPORATE TEAM BUILDING?
    We do! Click here for mo...
    DO YOU HOST CORPORATE TEAM BUILDING?

    We do! Click here for more details.

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CONTACT US

GIVE US A SHOUT AND WE WILL BE IN TOUCH

The Escape Hunt Experience is a fantastic global entertainment franchise offering unique “escape the room” adventures to the public and corporate clients all over the world. We have branches everywhere from Cleveland to Singapore, Perth to Barcelona and we are the acknowledged global leaders in this fast growing entertainment industry.

Escape Hunt Tokyo Asakusa

Address: 
KN Asakusa Bldg
1-10-5
6th Floor
Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo, 111-0032

Telephone: 
+81-3-6231-6621 (9:30-19:00 We speak English!)

Email: 
tokyo@escapehunt.com

Directions:
from Tsukuba-Asakusa Station – Get out Exit A1 towards Kokusai-dori, turn left, walk down the street (south) for about 5 minutes until you see a big building to your left with a SoftBank (cellphone store) on the 1st floor. Turn left into that building and take the elevator to the 6th floor.

from Asakusa Station – Get out Exit 3, walk down the street (west) on Raimon-dori for about 10 minutes until you see a Family Mart at the big T-section. Then turn a right at the T-section, staying on the sidewalk. You will see a big building to your right with a SoftBank (cellphone store) on the 1st floor. Turn right into that building and take the elevator to the 6th floor.

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侍の部屋を予約すると幕末時代に遡れます!

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