We all know Osaka is great, but we didn’t know it would be this great.
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Well now, that looks awesome.
“Big” is looking to be the operative word for next year’s Japanese pop culture themed attractions.
Shigeru Miyamoto promises fun for theme park guests not just in Japan, but also California and Florida.
New Attack on Titan attraction also in development as theme park continues to embrace anime franchises.
Trade association upset over Halloween attraction with hundreds of authentic figures.
Dark times are coming this autumn.
With details down to the last hair follicle, it’s hard to believe these guys aren’t real!
Park reveals project is bigger than Wizarding World of Harry Potter, gives tentative opening date.
Osaka theme park doubles down (48-times down?) on its Japanese appeal with daily performances by members of four Japanese idol supergroups.
Perhaps we’ve overestimated humanity’s naked anime enemies.
In a bittersweet turn, we have finally arrived at the future full of anime and Harry Potter rides, which means there is no longer space for this much-loved classic attraction.
Some of the biggest stars of anime and manga are going to be spending their summer at the Osaka theme park.
The first details have emerged about the budget and square-footage for the upcoming Nintendo-themed attraction space in USJ—and it’s much more significant than we anticipated.
Nintendo and Universal Studios Japan (USJ) recently signed a basic business agreement that could pave the way for future USJ attractions featuring Nintendo characters and game worlds.
Universal Studios Japan‘s upcoming Universal Cool Japan campaign rides are rolling out in January with a new ride attraction inspired by fashion model and singer Kyary Pamyu Pamyu (Crayon Shin-chan) and upgraded versions of “Evangelion The Real 4D,” “Attack on Titan The Real,” “Biohazard (Resident Evil) the Escape,” and “Monster Hunter the Real.”
Fan anticipating the launch of “vangelion The Real 4D” got a sneak peek of the experience in a new ad.
Adrenaline junkies and thrill seekers, are you up for a challenge? Soon you’ll have another record-breaking roller coaster to add to your list!
Universal Studios Japan has just announced details of its newest attraction: a roller coaster called The Flying Dinosaur, which promises to have the world’s longest track and the deepest drop ever for a flying coaster!
Universal Studios Japan (USJ), one of Osaka’s most popular tourist attractions, was hired out for an exclusive event on September 24 for an events called JAL Premium Night. As many of you will know, Japan Airlines, or JAL, is the official airline of USJ and was offering the chance for lucky ticket holders to attend this after-hours event.
And, as luck would have it, one of very own RocketNews24 reporters attended the spectacular event and was fortunate enough to enjoy the exclusive JAL Premium Night, snapping a load of photos for the rest of us to enjoy!
We reported earlier this year that Universal Studios Japan (USJ) is floating the idea of opening a new theme park in Okinawa. We now know the proposed name for the new amusement park, and it has left many Japanese surprised and confused.
You see, the company plans to drop the “Universal” brand from its name, and instead the new theme park will, apparently, be called Nangoku Resort.