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Next year marks the 5th anniversary of Shonen Jump‘s official theme park, and boy, is there a lot of Dragon Ball in store.

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In celebration of the park’s anniversary, children in elementary school and below will be allowed free admission during Dragon Ball Festival 2018—which will be held between November 23, 2017 and January 28, 2018.

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As part of the festival, children in elementary school and below will be able to make their own Nimbus Cloud (or, Magic Cloud if you’re watching the old British dub). Or at least, a recreation of it with cotton candy. Head to the J-World Kitchen if you’re young enough.


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Here’s something everyone can participate in. The “Rock-Paper-Scissors Tenkaichi Budokai” will have participants facing off against Mister Satan (Hercule) and Frieza for a game of Rock-Paper-Scissors. The game will be available at the J-World Kitchen from November 25 to 29, January 2 to 5, and January 9 at two times during the day: 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. Participation is free of charge. Winners get a one-day all-you-can-ride ticket for the Flying Nimbus attraction.

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The limited-time attraction “Mini Flying Nimbus Practice Range!” is available to play for 800 yen at the J-Arena. Use your body weight to control the hovering cloud.


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Fans can try out the “No Limits Flying Nimbus” attraction to experience what it feels like to fly on a Flying Nimbus cloud. The ride uses 3D glasses, wind, mist, and graphics prepared on a screen to recreate the experience.


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The Dragon Ball Area—which is always at the park—has a ton of things for Dragon Ball fans, including the Saiyan pod, a giant Scouter, the “Let’s Get the Dragon Balls!!” attraction in which you collect the Dragon Balls and summon Shenlong, and the “Let’s Shoot a Kamehameha!!” attraction in which the player performs their own Kamehameha alongside a 3D Goku.


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Item Name: Custard Whipped Cream Flying Nimbus and Milk Crepes
Price: 650 yen


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Item Name: Sorry for the Wait! Vegeta’s Special Takoyaki
Price: 480 yen


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Item Name: Fried Chicken Galick Gun
Price: 430 yen


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Item Name: Fill Your Stomach Before the Tenkaichi Budokai! Goku’s Power-Up Meat Burger
Price: 880 yen


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Item Name: Goku’s Super Saiyan God Super Saiyan Drink
Price: 590 yen


The official J-World merch store also has some goodies you can take home:

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Item Name: Dragon Ball Sweet Cookies
Price: 1,000 yen


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Item Name: Dragon Radar Gum Set
Price: 950 yen


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Item Name: Magnet Badges
Price: 600 yen a piece


If you’re interested in stopping by during your trip to Toyko, you can check the official J-World Tokyo website for information about tickets and more in English.

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