Alice in Borderland: Immersive Death Game

Immersive Fort Tokyo’s latest mind-bending attraction is based on the Netflix drama Alice in Borderland, which has been distributed in more than 190 countries and regions, reaching the top 10 in almost half of them. 

A PR spokesperson explained: “Participants will be fitted with a collar, as in the drama series, that will have a powerful impact if they are unable to remove it within the time limit, inducing them to a super-intense experience, simulating the life and death games of the drama series.” 

The mega-hit series from Japan features videos produced by the original staff of the Netflix series, ensuring an authentic and high-quality experience. Available in Japanese, English, and both main Chinese languages, Alice in Borderland: Immersive Death Game opens in July 19—the 13th draw in the world’s first immersive theme park, which opened in Odaiba last March. 

Alice in Borderland is based on the original graphic novel Imawa no Kuni no Alice by Haro Aso for Shogakukan Shonen Sunday Comics. The Netflix series has Arisu (Alice) living an aimless life and wandering into another world where he (yes, it’s a boy) is forced to join a series of unreasonable games, a sequence of inescapable battles of life and death alongside Usagi and their companions.

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