Hello! This is Tom!
The weather is capricious these days.
Please take care of your health, and come to Tokyo One Piece Tower in the best condition!
So. Have you ever mimicked the skill from comics or animation when you were young?
When I was in elementary school and junior high school, I was desperately practicing Zoro's skill from Adventures in Alabasta. "Oni Giri,"Tora Gari," and even "Ushi Bari"... It's a little embarrassing, but nostalgic memory.
For those with such memory or those with not, there is an attraction where you can experience "the finisher" from animation and comics at Tokyo One Piece Tower!
I'd like to introduce this attraction today!
Today, I present to you "ZORO'S SOUL OF EDGE" on 4th floor!
This is the simulation game where you slash down the cannonballs fired from Marines warships! You will be guided to a room with a screen, and prepare for a battle. Tell the crew that you are ready, and the game begins!
Swing down the sword at the exact time when cannonballs are fired at you.
At the end, fire the finisher, "Sanjuroku Pound Ho" and defeat the enemy!
Actually, "ZORO'S SOUL OF EDGE" is very popular with visitors from abroad♪
I tried the game and it was exciting!
It's surprisingly difficult to adjust the timing with all the cannonballs, so it makes me want to try until I perfect it!
If you go out of the attraction after the game ends, you can look at a picture of you firing "Sanjuroku Pound Ho"!
Not cool at all!!!
How should I put this... It looks like I'm just swinging a stick...
I can't feel the energy that I'm about to fire "Sanjuroku Pound Ho" at all...sob sob sob...
I did try to be conscious of tips written at the entrance of this game such as "Hold the sword with your right elbow up" and "Put your left hand on the right arm for support"...
There is a need for a meticulous study of the pose.
So, today, I'd like to teach you all, "Three tips to take the coolest picture of Sanjuroku Pound Ho" that I have devised through countless games!
The first tip to take the coolest picture of Sanjuroku Pound Ho is"Stand with your legs wide apart and bend your knees"!
The picture above is me enjoying the game without thinking of anything, but I'm just standing upright.
Actually, Zoro fires all the finishers bending his knees.
If you stand with your legs wide apart and bend your knees, it looks so much different!
As the picture above, just raising your arm looks like you are just carrying the sword.
I look like just raising the sword high...
So, the second tip to take the coolest picture of Sanjuroku Pound Ho is"Swing the sword up to your mouth"!
Not just raising the arm high, but raise the elbow to hide your mouth, and you can take the picture of yourself striking a pose!
Don't forget to put the other hand on your forearm for support★
If you look at the picture above, it looks like I'm looking upward, right?
No wonder. It's because the camera is set under the screen!
If you are looking at the screen, it will look like you are looking up and the picture looks a little silly.
Here is the third tip to take the coolest picture of Sanjuroku Pound Ho!"Strike a pose looking into the camera"!
If you look into the camera, your body naturally turns to the camera.
Then you wouldn't look like you are looking at the screen and would look like you are holding the sword with a firm face♪
It will look like this after following all the tips!
What do you think? Doesn't it look cooler than the first picture?
It may be a good point to be confident and make a stern face lol
So, how will the picture turn out?
Here you go!!
What do you think!? I look like I'm about to fire away "Sanjuroku Pound Ho," right?
Haha, it was worth trying this game so many times alone!
By the way, you can look at the picture taken in the game on the display outside, butphotography with a camera or phone is prohibitedso be careful.
If you want to buy the picture, please make a development reservation on the machine nearby.
1You will receive a receipt if you hold 1DayPass above it, so bring it to TONGARI Store on the third floor.
It costs 1000 yen each with an original mount!
Take the coolest picture of Sanjuroku Pound Ho and bring home a good memory at Tokyo One Piece Tower!