Dog days are coming to Fuji-Q Highland this summer.
Japan’s newest theme park has gotten a lukewarm reception, and we’re pretty sure we’ve pinpointed the problem.
Ghibli fans have used their fertile imaginations to come up with multiple nightmare scenarios for the theme park based on the anime studio’s movies.
Amp up the excitement of eating sushi with this new theme park ride concept from Takara Tomy!
Flash mob scenarios include one seemingly inspired by anime hit Your Name.
There’s no easier or more appropriate place to cosplay as some of the greatest heroes of the anime and manga world.
Kyushu amusement park will also have “artificial intelligence duck races.”
The eerie ruins of this once-thriving amusement park look set to become Japan’s next unusual place to visit.
Well now, that looks awesome.
New Attack on Titan attraction also in development as theme park continues to embrace anime franchises.
She’s too short to ride Thunder Mountain, but proud owner still seems to be enjoying their theme park visits together.
Dark times are coming this autumn.
Park reveals project is bigger than Wizarding World of Harry Potter, gives tentative opening date.
Could none of the producers remember back to 1998?
Billionaire Jianlin Wang says Mickey Mouse and friends aren’t welcome in China.
Osaka theme park doubles down (48-times down?) on its Japanese appeal with daily performances by members of four Japanese idol supergroups.
But it’s not Tokyo that’s being graced with the block-based attraction.
Belle, Beast, and Big Hero 6’s biggest hero part of extensive renovations planned for the park and its neighbor Tokyo Disney Sea.
Some of the biggest stars of anime and manga are going to be spending their summer at the Osaka theme park.
Yokohama plays a beautiful trick on the eyes of visitors to its harbor area.