Things to do in Madame Tussauds Tokyo

by - November 29, 2022

Hi guys! Finally, I'm sharing my Japan itineraries with you all. Sorry for the delay. I was super duper busy these few months. Even my husband keeps rushing me to blog about our Japan trip lol. Since we had visited a few places in Japan, so I separated the blog post according to the places. Today's post is about things to do in Madame Tussauds Tokyo. I can't wait to share my experience and travel journey with my fellow readers. Check out my memorable and embarrassing shots below!


Madame Tussauds ticket can be purchased online or at the counter.

No queues!

This Madame Tussauds is MUST place to visit when you come to Tokyo.

You can see the angry birds statue in front of the counter.

Madame Tussauds is a popular wax museum famous for its lifelike wax figures of famous historical figures, politicians, royalties, sportsmen and movie stars. It originated from London and has several smaller museums in major cities worldwide.

Seeing that it is Madame Tussauds in Tokyo I thought that there would be more Japanese celebrities than western ones. Girl, was I wrong.

Leonardo DiCaprio

Princess Diana

Prince William And Kate Middleton
They allow and encourage interaction with the wax people. You can touch them and have photos with them.

Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela was a South African anti-apartheid activist who served as the first president of South Africa from 1994 to 1999. He was the country's first black head of state and the first elected in a fully representative democratic election.

Whatever the country you are in, Madame Tussauds museum is always a fun place to go if it is around. If you are a photo maniac you can spend hours in here.

My husband was also pleasantly surprised by being able to get so close to the waxworks as he didn't think he be able to even touch him. Never mind jump on a motorbike with Tom Cruise!


Atsuko Maeda was a former member of idol group AKB48. She joined AKB48 as a first generation member when she was 14 years old and graduated in 2012.

Chiyonofuji Mitsugu born Mitsugu Akimoto (秋元 貢, Akimoto Mitsugu), was a Japanese professional sumo wrestler and the 58th yokozuna of the sport.

Yuko Oshima
Japanese icon, tean heart throb, actress and entertainer, Yuko is well-known in Japan and abroad for her musical career and looks.


Mayu Watanabe is a former member of the B team in idol group, AKB48, known to her fans as ''Mayuyu'

I did some crazy poses and had a nice time posing and taking pictures with George Clooney, this is actually just the second time I've been to a wax museum and it was a nice experience.

Sit in the Oval Office alongside former President of the United States, Barack Obama.

A wax figure of Kelly Chen, Chinese Cantopop singer and actress on display at the Madame Tussauds Tokyo wax museum in Odaiba, Tokyo, June 15, 2015.

Hands of wax are fun and make for unique, memorable souvenirs.

Bruce Lee

Jacky Chan

There are props to wear and you can pose right by the models which was a nice addition. 

Shinzo Abe

Yayoi Kusama





Ayumu Goromaru



Yu Darvish

Sadaharu Oh

Mao Asada
Two-times world champion, Mao Asada is considered to be one of figure skating's most popular and brightest young stars.

A wax figure of Yuzuru Hanyu, Japanese figure skater on display at the Madame Tussauds Tokyo wax museum in Odaiba, Tokyo,




Yuki Ishikawa. A famous Japanese Volleyball Player.

Kazuyoshi Miura known as 'Kazu' or 'King Kazu', Kazuyoshi Miura is often considered to be the first superstar in Japanese football world.

Beyonce
Madonna

Akiko Wada, Japanese singer

X Japan

Michael Jackson
Elvis Presley

Becky

Rola born in Tokyo, Rola is a racially mixed celebrity known for her colorful personality and distinct style in Japan as well as internationally




Play virtual football











Ryoma Sakamoto was an instrumental figure in the political revolution that led to the Meiji Restoration of 1868.

A wax figure of Tetsuko Kuroyanagi, Japanese actress on display at the Madame Tussauds Tokyo wax museum in Odaiba, Tokyo


Violinist, entertainer and musical composer, Taro Hakase is known throughout the world for his contribution to music.


 A wax figure of Ryuichi Sakamoto, Japanese musician on display

A wax figure of Takeshi Kitano, Japanese, director, comedian, singer and actor

Apple co-founder Steve Jobs really was a true visionary of the technological age.

Albert Einstein

Marilyn Monroe

Audrey Hepburn
I enjoyed every minute of my stay here. It was so much fun.



Benedict Cumberbatch

A wax figure of Tadanobu Asano, Japanese actor and filmmaker on display at the Madame Tussauds Tokyo wax museum in Odaiba, Tokyo

Spiderman


Bruce Willis

Johnny Depp 


Brad Pitt

E.T. The Extra Terrestrial 

Steven Spielberg

Angelina Jolie

We spent about 3 hours here taking photos with western celebrities and Japanese as well.




Buying souvenirs is always an enjoyable part of travel experience

Overall, this Madame Tussauds is a lot smaller than the one in Bangkok, but was less busy and so we had more photo time. What I loved about this Madame Tussauds was how interactive it was.

Official website: 
Address: 3F Decks Tokyo Beach Island Mall, 1-6-1 Daiba, Minato-ku, Tokyo

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1 Comments

  1. Madre mía cuantas fotografías, algunas cuesta verlas, entre el cartel que sale arriba de parte de google y la publicidad abajo no se ven muy bien, pero me legra saber de ti. Un abrazo

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