English Reviews (Reviews Total Language : 16 reviews)
“Lots of fun for a reasonable price”
Went with 6 friends and took the training course which gave a short session with 5 mins free time to shoot. Had a good selection of guns with some more unique ones for a small extra price. Alot more fun than it seems just watching would definitely recommend.
Visited September 2019
“Unique concept cafe in akihabara”
Being from Singapore where airsoft is banned. It’s great to be able to play with toy guns in a nice cafe & bar setting. (Only in Japan, haha) Got my hands on a GBB M4 which has a nice recoil, the staff were friendly and also taught me in their limited command of English how to use the gun, which wa...s very nice of them. Was surprised that the drinks and food are actually pretty good, did not expect that! Definitely would recommend if you are in the area.
Visited November 2018
“Great experience with friends!”
Airsoft is unavailable in Australia and this is probably one of the best places to experience it for the first time. Four of us were instructed by a great Japanese employee, ‘Mori’ who was a great English Speaker and very helpful in teaching us how to operate the facilities. His customer service w...as astounding! If you’re even thinking about visiting this place while in Tokyo, definitely do so! We visited on a weekday at 7:00PM and it was not too busy. Excellent venue and experience!
Visited May 2018
“Nice place to bond”
We had a great time here. There’s a shooting range and nice food and drinks. A lot of people comes at night time. So better come earlier if you want to try the shooting range.
Visited April 2018
“One of the coolest place in Tokyo”
Located on the second floor of a small building next to a hellokitty themed shop. We came there around 1-2 pm and its not crowded. So if you are up to the shooting thingy only better tell the them coz around 3 pm? The shop is already full and you have to wait for your turn if you wanna do the shooti...ng thingy. But its cool! They use airsoft guns but it looks real according to my boyfriend who works in the military. They can speak english too so foreigners are welcome. The beginner’s course is just 1,500 yen for 15 mins. Short right? But its a good experience. Oh and one more thing, its actually funny that the place is so manly and all but they are placing disney songs when we came there. Its cute though. 😉
Visited October 2017