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Get Lost in Your Favourite Movies at Universal Studios Japan!

In Japan, lots of people love American culture and American movies are always very popular – big name actors even appear in commercials they would never consider back home, so it’s not surprising to discover Japan has its own Universal Studios just outside the city of Osaka. It’s pretty easy to find, just head to…

Kidzania: Where Kids can Play at Being Adults

It is a common notion that children around the world should take on a social role and responsibility as early as possible. It is a way for them to become leaders and learn more about the social world. There is such a place in Tokyo for children to explore around and take on different jobs…

Experience the Ancient Japan in Edo Wonderland!

The Edo Era in Japan was characterized by economic growth, strict rules, isolation from foreign policies, popularity of art and culture and sustainable forest management. It was also a period for Japan’s progress in advanced studies as well as the cultivation of interest in religion and leisure. Japan was considered to be in its greatest…

Sanrio Puroland: for the Kids and Young–at–Heart!

Dating back to the 1990’s is an almost-forgotten indoor theme park known as Sanrio Puroland in Tokyo. From my Japanese friend’s point-of-view, this theme park has a long history and is usually visited by foreigners rather than the Japanese. If you’re a fan of the Sanrio characters such as Hello Kitty, My Melody, Cinnamoroll, Jewelpet…

4 Amazing Hidden Amusement Parks in Japan

You may only have heard of Disney Parks and Universal Studio in Japan hence you limit your visit to those two long-queuing amusement parks. Why not check out these may-be-not-so-famous-parks that absolutely are as fun as the most common ones. 1. Tobu World Square The windows to the world are right here in Japan. The…

Fuji-Q Highland’s Terrifying Haunted House Will Chill Your Spine!

Have you ever visited a haunted house or haunted hospital attraction at a theme park? Usually, you only need to spend about 15 minutes inside one of these haunted attractions to test your nerves and maybe experience a couple of jump scares. However, there is a two-storey building in Fuji-Q Highland Theme Park that is…