"Relaxing Plan for Remote Work" to be available from February 15
With the extension of the state of emergency due to the spread of COVID-19, the world’s largest indoor miniature theme park “SMALL WORLDS TOKYO” will offer the “Relaxing Plan for Remote Work” unique to theme parks from February 15, 2021 (Mon.).
The luxurious and stylish working space will provide you with a better telework environment than your home or a café.
You can use a wide space where measures against COVID-19 are taken thoroughly.
Also, if you get tired from work, you can step away from the real world and relax while taking a walk in the 1:80 scale small world.
■Luxurious and stylish workspace:
In “SMALL WORLDS TOKYO”, the restaurant on the 2nd floor and the areas on the third floor have high ceilings and wide spaces with high-quality tables and chairs.
You can work in your favorite place while looking at the miniatures.
■Enjoy free drinks for a day
You can use “Relaxing Plan for Remote Work” for free.
Moreover, it is a special plan coming with a one-day free drink ticket (soft drinks / coffee / tea).
*However, you need to buy an Admission Passport or an Annual Pass to enter the theme park.
No time limit (within the opening hours of the park)
■Limit on the number of users to avoid crowding
“Relaxing Plan for Remote Work” is available by advance reservation and there is a limit on the number of users per day.
Moreover, the provided contact information will be used to contact users in case of cluster infection.
＜Registration of users＞
Please fill the date of your visit in the registration form in advance.
*There is a limit on the number of users per day.
■Thorough protective measures against COVID-19 “Fight back COVID-19”
In order to let all visitors enjoy SMALL WORLDS TOKYO safely, we will take thorough protective measures against COVID-19 including taking temperature and asking to disinfect hands with alcohol during admission, setting contactless alcohol disinfectants and disposable gloves in display spaces and ventilating regularly.
For more information about the infection control measures, please check out Protective measures against COVID-19 at SMALL WORLDS.