Might As Well Jump: Get Air in Hiroshima

ByWilliam Farrow
Mar 31, 2022

Might As Well Jump: Get Air in Hiroshima

Spring is here, and it is tempting to be out all day, but what if you need a little spring in your step? A little bounce in your walk? A reason to jump out of bed? Get Air in Hiroshima is an indoor complex that revolves around jumping, bouncing, and finding some serious hang time.

What is this place all about?

Billed as the “second happiest place on Earth,” Get Air may become your new favorite spot. As their website (Which is fully supported in English!) points out, Get Air is an indoor recreational facility with trampolines spanning the entire floor. Hop, skip, and jump your way across the room as you find the limits of your physical abilities. More than just trampolines, the facility boasts a giant foam pit for jumping and diving, a basketball hoop area for practicing all of your NBA dreams, and a Ninja Course for those who have always wanted to be able to act out their shinobi fantasies. Top it all off with a Slack Line, and you will leave a lot more tired than when you entered.

For a good idea of what you can expect, there’s a fun video of the Ninja Course for you to watch. Perhaps you can set your sights on breaking the current record.

What does it cost?

There is a one-hour fee depending on height plus fees for using goods. You will receive a colored wristband, and announcements will help you keep track of your time. Get Air offers additional time at a discounted rate if you feel you need it. Please note that it is necessary to purchase grip socks sold by Get Air themselves. Other than that, you are unleashed to jump around to your heart’s content!

Is there anything I should be aware of?

Get Air takes safety seriously, so there is both a safety video they ask all potential customers to watch, and an online waiver form is required by all attendees. Children are allowed at the park, but there are various caveats: Children under 46″ (120 cm) will need to be accompanied by an adult and cannot be left unsupervised, and all minors, regardless of height, must have the waiver filled out by their parents before being allowed access. Children 12 and older are allowed to enter on their own, provided they bring a waiver filled out by a parent or guardian.

As the intensity of trampolines can cause serious injury, there are a fair amount of rules the park has, but fortunately, there is a video you can watch before going to help you understand everything. It is also possible to hold parties, so you can plan a nice day for your child and several of their energetic friends.

Lastly, good news for those hoping to burn someone else’s energy (and not their own!): Watching and relaxing is free. If you are not there to jump, you will not need to pay a fee.

How do I get there?

Unfortunately, the website provides directions and an address to the Saitama location. You can find the Hiroshima location at:

Get Air 

Address (JP): 〒731-0135 広島市安佐南区長束4丁目12-8

Address (EN): 〒 731-0135 4-12-18 Nagatsuka, Asaminami Ward, Hiroshima

Telephone: 082-846-4433

Did you go to give your inner ninja a workout? Have any brag-worthy feats? Let us know in the comments!

Image:  By HouseofAir via Wikimedia Commons [CC BY-SA 2.0]

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