Tokyo One Piece Tower Starts QR Translation Service for 13 Languages

In addition to their bilingual/multilingual staff who are able to communicate in English, Chinese and Korean, Tokyo One Piece Tower, the first permanent indoor theme park dedicated to Eiichiro Oda’s hugely poplar One Piece mange series, has also started a new translation service using QR codes to help foreign visitors in 13 languages. 

 

Now visitors can get information on its attractions and displays by reading 28 QR codes set in the entrance and various areas in the park with portable terminals such as cellular phones and tablets. The current supported languages are: English, Japanese, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Korean, Thai, Indonesian, French, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, German, and Malay. 

 

Tokyo One Piece Tower is located in Tokyo Tower, 333-meter-tall and the second tallest tower in Japan. It successfully attracted 100,000 visitors only in 48 days from its opening on March 13, 2015.

 

 

Tokyo One Piece Tower Starts QR Translation Service for 13 Languages

Tokyo One Piece Tower Starts QR Translation Service for 13 Languages

Tokyo One Piece Tower Starts QR Translation Service for 13 Languages

Tokyo One Piece Tower Starts QR Translation Service for 13 Languages

 

 

Bilingual/Multilingual staff are wearing these badges

Tokyo One Piece Tower Starts QR Translation Service for 13 Languages

 

Guide maps in four languages

Tokyo One Piece Tower Starts QR Translation Service for 13 Languages

 


 

Entrance

Tokyo One Piece Tower Starts QR Translation Service for 13 Languages

 

Live character show

Tokyo One Piece Tower Starts QR Translation Service for 13 Languages

 

“Franky’s Ball Run”

Tokyo One Piece Tower Starts QR Translation Service for 13 Languages

 

“Usopp’s Road to Sogeking”

Tokyo One Piece Tower Starts QR Translation Service for 13 Languages

 

Main Visual

Tokyo One Piece Tower Starts QR Translation Service for 13 Languages

 

 

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Source: press release

 

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