News Press Release New Release! Escape Game NAZOBAKO Tokyo has opened “The Zodiac Cube”, the first in a series of limited edition “pop-up puzzles” that customers can freely play, just in time for Valentine’s Day. 2019.02.06 Escape Game NAZOBAKO in Asakusa, Tokyo is proud to present a new product: “Zodiac Cube”. Running from February 2nd-17th, this limited time only game is great for Valentine’s Day dates, as well as groups of families and friends looking for fun, relationship-building activities. Each game is only 10 minutes with a fixed price of ¥1,000. With the Chinese Lunar occurring now, “Zodiac Cube” uses the Chinese Zodiac as its central motif. Now is also the perfect season for getting closer with loved ones–it’s the beginning of the new year, and Valentine’s Day is fast approaching. Solving puzzles is such a good way to get closer to people and create lasting memories. So the idea is to have a quick, low-commitment game available for people to try, with “Zodiac Cube” being the first version. That way everyone will be able to experience the benefits of puzzles. As with all of our games and services, “Zodiac Puzzle” is in keeping with NAZOBAKO’s high standards of design and contents. Also as per usual the game is in both Japanese and English. Inbound tourists first experiencing Japan can fully enjoy the challenge, as can Japanese and non-Japanese mixed groups. February 2nd-17th Limited time only Couples, friends, families, colleagues…anyone is welcome to try! Please reserve here https://www.nazobako.jp/ Contact us by phone or through the form below https://invitejapan.com/en/contact/ Tweet Mystery Hunt in Yokohama Unveiled: Team-Building Challenge Geared To Energize Student Groups In Learning English, Exploring Yokohama’s Iconic Culture Opens 一覧 [New Product] Escape Game NAZOBAKO Tokyo releases its limited time only scavenger hunt game “HSJ Mission: Sakura”. Enjoy sakura and puzzles at the same time! Home » ニュース・プレスリリース » New Release! Escape Game NAZOBAKO Tokyo has opened “The Zodiac Cube”, the first in a series of limited edition “pop-up puzzles” that customers can freely play, just in time for Valentine’s Day.