【Tokyo Axe Throwing】 Let's Throw Axes! A New, Exciting Game of Darts! - 30 minutes

¥ 2,480 〜 ¥ 3,480

【Tokyo Axe Throwing】 Let's Throw Axes! A New, Exciting Game of Darts! - 30 minutes

  • In axe throwing, you throw an axe, hit a target, and win points! It’s like darts but bigger and heavier. The thrill of axe throwing has finally arrived in Japan, and here in Asakusa, Tokyo is the first place in Japan that you can experience it!
  • Your host is “REEAST ROOM” Asakusa, Tokyo. Under the motto of “letting you do what you aren’t allowed to”, they’ve prepared a variety of exhilarating games to break up the mundanity of everyday life.
  • REEAST ROOM BASE, the venue’s own casual bar, is built beside the axe throwing lanes. Nothing like a good drink with your friends at the bar after a good game of axe throwing! No matter your company, you’re sure to have a great time.

Information

Area Tokyo Asakusa / Sky Tree
Meeting place REEAST ROOM Asakusa, 1F, 1-2-13, Komagata, Taito-city, Tokyo-to
Access 2 minute walk from "Kuramae" station (Oedo & Asakusa Line)
4 minute walk from Asakusa station (Asakusa Line)
Meeting time Please come 5 minute before the starting time
Duration 30 minutes
Activity Code ACk005105
supported language Japanese, English
Minimum number of participants 1person

Meeting place

Itinerary

  • 1 Reception
    2 Instructions for axe throwing
    3 Axe throwing begins!
    4 End of experience
    • Axe Throwing: Japan's New, Exciting Import!
      Even if you’ve never heard of axe throwing, you can probably guess what it is. Throw an axe, like you would darts, at a target and compete for points! Axe throwing is a popular activity in North America and this is its first arrival to Japan!
      
    • The Axe Throwing Begins!
      After some instructions, it’s time for axe throwing!
      First, choose your axe. The booth has several axes for throwing, varying in shape, handle length, and weight. Give them a feel and pick the axe that matches you.
      Throwing a heavy axe and hitting a target is harder than it seems. It takes some practice, but is great fun once you get the hang of it! The satisfaction of throwing an axe and having it hitting the target with a clean “thunk”, is a feeling that will keep you wanting more.
      Throwing an axe accurately needs finesse, and the axe also needs to be just right for you. This makes axe throwing a tactical game of thinking, just as much as it’s great exercise!
    • BAR: REEAST ROOM BASE
      After breaking a sweat in the axe throwing lanes, refresh yourself with a drink from the venue’s bar.
      REEAST ROOM BASE is a casual bar, built next to the axe throwing lanes. It’s a great place to enjoy some drinks with your friends, or on your own!
      The goal of this bar is to create a welcome space for all kinds of diverse people. The friendly staff will give you great company to go with your drinks!
    • 【optional】FREE ART WALL: Graffiti on the Wall for some Feed-worthy Photos!
      Do you still have an appetite for fun after axe throwing?
      For those of you whose answers are an excited “yes”, how does free graffiti on an entire wall sound? Take some fluorescent paint and head to the FREE ART WALL! In this blacklight-illuminated room, your doodles become glowing works of art. Take some pictures here for awesome instagram-worthy shots!
      
      ***This part of the experience is optional, and comes with a ¥500 fee (paid on-site).
    • REEAST ROOM Asakusa
      REEAST ROOM Asakusa, in Tokyo, was conceptualized as a space to “unleash one’s inner instincts.” The goal of this novel entertainment venue in Tokyo is to create a theme park where visitors can “do the things they’re not allowed to.” They’ve prepared all kinds of exhilarating games that can’t be experienced anywhere else!
      The Interior has been vibrantly decorated by artists from within and outside of Japan, and the result is dazzling. Come to REEAST ROOM Asakusa for a thrilling taste of the extraordinary!
    • The Mascot Character
      The name REEAST was born by abbreviating the phrase: “Release of Beast.” The bear in their logo is the mascot character named “Lovu”, and his favorite phrase is “love & peace”. 
      Contrasting the violent image of recreational destruction, this bear’s favorite thing in the world is honey! This mismatch expresses REEAST ROOM’s concept of “breaking just for fun”.
    • BREAK ROOM: The First in Japan! A Space for Destruction
      Alongside axe throwing, BREAK ROOM is one of many activities offered by REEAST ROOM, and it definitely lives up to its name.
      It is a space filled with kitchenware and home appliances, and they’re for you to break as much as you like! Choose your weapon from a baseball bat, hammer, or crowbar. The exhilaration of “doing what you’re not allowed to” is like nothing else!
      The combination of the room's interior design — decorated by artists from in and out of Japan — and the scattered rubble, creates a space that is a work of art in itself. Visit REEAST ROOM, to enjoy destruction to your heart’s content!

Caution

Included in the fee
Experience fee (Axe Throwing), tax
Not included in the fee
Personal expenses
Notes
Children of Junior high school age and below must be accompanied by a guardian.
Things to bring
The activities here are full of action and movement. Please come dressed appropriately, in flexible clothing.
Cancellation policy
Cancellation on the day and no show: 100% of the reservation fee
Changing booking details
Please make changes on the reservation screen yourself.
Operating Company
REEAST ROOM Asakusa

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