Notice of Temporary Closure

Due to the temporary closing of Decks Tokyo Beach, Madame Tussauds Tokyo will be closed until further notice.

For guests who have made reservations during the temporary closed dates, we will extend your visit date until Wednesday, September 30th, or refund your order.
*If you have purchased your ticket through a travel agency or another ticket vendor, please contact them directly.

To change the date of your visit: Upon your next visit, please present your ticket order to a staff member at the admissions counter.
Please note that there may be a wait during peak hours.

To process a refund:
If you have purchased tickets from our official website and would like to refund your order, please fill out a contact form on our website .
1) Name
2) E-mail Address
3) Order Number

How To Get Here

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Odaiba 1-6-1 Decks Tokyo Beach Island Mall 3F, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 135-0091, Japan

Meet Celebs at Madame Tussauds Tokyo

We are located within Decks Tokyo Beach in Odaiba, Tokyo, right next to the LEGOLAND® Discovery Center Tokyo.


Madame Tussauds is just two minutes walk away from Odaiba-KaihinKoen Station, Yurikamome line.

Tokyo Teleport Station, on Rinkai Line is five minutes away from Madame Tussauds and Legoland Discovery Centre Tokyo.


3 minutes away from Daiba Lamp, line 11 towards Daiba on Tokyo Expressway.

4 minutes drive away from Ariake/Tokyo Water Front City, Waterfront line on Tokyo Expressway.

There is a parking area on underground in Decks Tokyo Beach, where Madame Tussauds Tokyo and Legoland Discovery Centre are located on the 3rd floor.


Daiba Nichome Bus stop is in front of Decks Tokyo Beach, and following lines stop there.

<City Bus>

-Kai01 line: Monzen-naka machi~Tokyo Teleport

-Nami01 line: Shinagawa Station East Exsit~Tokyo Teleport

<Odaiba Rainbow Bus>

-Shinagawa・Daiba line

-Tamachi Daiba line

<Km Flower Bus>

-Hamamatsu cho Station~Tokyo International Exhibition Centre


Water Bus

3 minutes walk to Madame Tussauds Tokyo from Odaiba-KaihinKoen Station, Museum of Maritime Science line.