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Universal Studio Japan - Theme Park Escapade #2


The universal studios walk from train station to gate is exciting enough! Just outside before the entrance there's a mall and they have a lot of eateries so if you do not wish to spend a fortune on just burgers and fries, eat before you head inside. There are quite selections of Japanese food. We, however, chose to taste the takoyakis in the Takoyaki museum <not as good as the one we tasted in Tokyo>.

Going to USJ during spring break is so not cool. The crowds were unbearable. We are biting the bullet simply because of the cherry blossoms experience. We got there around 9am and there were heaps of people lining up for entry tickets. We saw people <90% are Japanese> sprinting after we got through the entrance gates and realized it’s because they are rushing to get to the rides. And they had good cause to do so because shortly after we arrived almost instantly each ride has a sign up asking that you expect a wait of 45 minutes ++. All rides of any sort were quickly queued up with excited participants.


The decor is exciting, it has a lovely undercover over the main street area, good to keep the sun off and also rain! This is good especially for those whom interested in walking around for the view and the parade and not really interested in the hair rising rides, like us.  

The place is wonderfully designed with toilets and nursing rooms. There is a kids section altogether. The park is for all age groups and every one can enjoy. We were there with my <almost> 2 years old and a 5 months old baby. Arisara enjoyed it very much. We know how it's like for children at her age with height and age limitations when it comes to rides. In USJ however, there's an area of rides and amusement < sesame street fun world, snoopy studios and hello kitty Fashion Avenue> catered specifically to children at this age.


Arisara seems to enjoy Sesame Street 4D show very much <apparently me too>.  It is like stepping into the world of cookie monster and the gang when you can really feel the seat shake; rain drops fall and smell the freshly baked cookies. Arisara giggles with excitements when she felt the water splash at her.


The only downside is everything is in Japanese. We don’t really understand what the show is all about but they are all pretty animated so we can make our guess.


On the whole, we really have fun and enjoy it very much. I guess that would be all now. 

Thanks for reading! :D


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