Japan is Getting a VR Entertainment Facility This Coming June Haoson June 19, 2017 Digital Japan has been known to home to a lot of fun and weird entertainment places for us geeks of all kinds. Now it seems that Japan is getting yet another geek attraction in the form of the VR Entertainment facility courtesy of Bandai Namco Entertainment. Named, VR Zone Shinjuku, the entertainment facility is going to be put in the heart of Tokyo. The facility will house over 15 activities including some new Entertainment IP VR activities like: Dragon Ball VR “Master the Kamehameha” Evangelion VR ” The Throne of Souls” Ghost in the Shell Arise: Stealth Hounds Mario Kart Arvade GP VR Aside from the VR activities, it seems that those visiting the facility will also include non-IP VR activities where guests will be able to experience exploring a fantasy world on a winged bicycle, a horror-filled dinosaur survival run, and others. There’s also non VR activities will also enjoy such as surviving from an expanding giant balloon in a locked cell, purchasing original souvenirs, and enjoy meals and activities in a virtually simulated resort themed dining space. VR Zone Shinjuku is building up on the success of it’s predecessor “VR Zone project i Can” so to find more info, you can head to their official web site or their Twitter or Facebook accounts. The facility will open on July 14, and reservations to get into the place has now started 3 days ago.