The second season of Attack on Titan (進撃の巨人), or Shingeki no Kyojin, is undeniably a show that is on everyone’s watchlist right now. Since it aired on April 1st 2017, the show is starting to bring back the same emotional nostalgia that we got during the first installment.
Attack on Titan is a large name in the anime industry in Japan. Due to that, the brand itself and many establishments won’t pass on the chance to bring the name more fame when it knocks on their doors. So what’s going on with the Titans lately?
After Wall Rose (ウォールローゼ) has been breached, it looks like the Titans are heading to invade Fuji-Q Highland next in Yamanashi Prefecture (山梨県)! Visitors to the theme park can engage in a fun and thrilling time from April 20th 2017 as a dedicated area will be opened for a limited time with the following Attack on Titan rides!
The first ride to look forward to is the Attack on Titan THE RIDE, which is a flight simulation attraction that lets visitors experience the feel of a Titan attack and visually displaying it through a hemispherical screen.
The ride has a capacity of 40 people and can accommodate from children aged four years old and above with heights over 110cm. The free pass can’t be used for the ride, so you’ll have to pay 1000 yen for it.
Ever thought of what it would be like in the world of Attack on Titan? Now you can find out with the 360° VR Theater [Koh]. Using the head mount display, you’ll get an unlimited 360° view of how it is inside and as part of the Survey Corps (調査兵団), you’ll get to experience the floating feel of the 3D maneuver gear and being attacked by a Titan. Free pass users who are 13 years old and above can try out this attraction and a 600 yen fee for non-free pass users.
The Titans are trying to breach Fuji-Q District (フジキュウ区) and it’s up to you to stop them! Visitors will have to clear the missions spread out inside the park using the provided gamebook in order to get the code that will close the door. A special Fuji-Q Highland novelty present will be given to those who can clear the rally. The free pass can’t be used so it’ll cost 500 yen. This event will run until May 6th, 2018.
These attractions are sure to make your visit to the theme park more special, especially if you’re a fan of the Attack on Titan franchise! Now you can get to see and feel what it is like in the world of Attack on Titan, so if you’re visiting Japan, make sure to head your way to Fuji-Q Highland for this unforgettable experience!
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