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Universal Studios Japan Overnight Experience from Tokyo by Bullet Train

Universal Studios Japan Overnight Experience from Tokyo by Bullet Train - Tokyo, Japan
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Duration: 1 day 12 hours
Location: Tokyo, Japan

From USD
$312.85

Visit Universal Studios Japan on an exciting overnight trip from Tokyo, complete with a round-trip bullet train ticket and Osaka hotel accommodation! The theme park has something for all the family, from movie magic at The Wizarding World of Harry Potter to pulse-pumping rides in the ‘Jurassic Park’ zone. Meet beloved characters like Hello Kitty, and discover the park at your own pace; it’s a great way to visit one of Japan’s top theme parks with no worries about logistics.

Day 1: Tokyo – Osaka – Universal Studios Japan – Osaka
Make your own way to Tokyo Station in the early morning and board your super-fast bullet train (Shinkansen) on your own ... More info ›

Visit Universal Studios Japan on an exciting overnight trip from Tokyo, complete with a round-trip bullet train ticket and Osaka hotel accommodation! The theme park has something for all the family, from movie magic at The Wizarding World of Harry Potter to pulse-pumping rides in the ‘Jurassic Park’ zone. Meet beloved characters like Hello Kitty, and discover the park at your own pace; it’s a great way to visit one of Japan’s top theme parks with no worries about logistics.

Day 1: Tokyo – Osaka – Universal Studios Japan – Osaka
Make your own way to Tokyo Station in the early morning and board your super-fast bullet train (Shinkansen) on your own. With a Hikari Shinkansen ticket, settle in to your reserved seat and relax on the 3-hour ride to Shin-Osaka. On arrival, catch another train to JR Universal City Station, and walk the short distance to Universal Studios Japan, less than five minutes away. Luggage lockers are located just outside the park, which you can use at your own expense, if needed.

With your ticket in hand, head straight inside and let the fun begin! As one of Japan's largest theme parks, Universal Studios Japan has something for all the family. The park is split into different zones - ranging from real-life areas to make-believe places of fantasy — with a separate Universal Wonderland for little ones, too.

Check out thrilling rides such as Harry Potter and the Forbidden Journey, based on your favorite blockbuster hits, and discover calm carousels, simulators, white-knuckle roller coasters and more. See the Itinerary for a list of attractions. In between looping-the-loops on the park’s countless rides, take a break and watch one of the shows. Performances change frequently, but you can expect to see dancing and processions by much-loved character mascots such as Hello Kitty. There’s also a large selection of continental restaurants to keep hunger at bay. Food and drinks are at your own expense.

When you’ve had your fill of theme park fun, return to central Osaka, check in to your hotel and spend your evening at leisure.
Overnight: Standard Hotel Granvia Osaka

Day 2: Osaka – Tokyo
In the morning, make your own way to Shin-Osaka station to catch your bullet train back to Tokyo. Your experience finishes at Tokyo Station in the afternoon.

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Nikko Wonderland Edomura Entrance and Nikko City Area Pass

Nikko Wonderland Edomura Entrance and Nikko City Area Pass - Tokyo, Japan

Duration: 1 to 2 days
Location: Tokyo, Japan

From USD
$45.34

Customize your itinerary and see Nikko, its UNESCO-listed shrines and temples, and its famous theme parks how you want. This 2-day pass gives you access to easy transportation aboard buses and Tobu trains, plus discounts on a variety of attractions and shops around Nikko and Kinugawa Onsen.

After picking up your pass in Asakusa, your itinerary in Nikko and Kinugawa is up to you ... More info ›

Customize your itinerary and see Nikko, its UNESCO-listed shrines and temples, and its famous theme parks how you want. This 2-day pass gives you access to easy transportation aboard buses and Tobu trains, plus discounts on a variety of attractions and shops around Nikko and Kinugawa Onsen.

After picking up your pass in Asakusa, your itinerary in Nikko and Kinugawa is up to you. For your theme park visit, head to Kinugawa Onsen, a popular hot spring town that boasts 2 incredible theme parks.

Your pass grants you discounts at a number of other Nikko and Kinugawa attractions that enlighten you to the history, culture, and nature of the area.

Pick up your train ticket at Tourist Information Center Asakusa where located in Tobu Asakusa St. It takes only 1 hours and 50 min  approx. from Asakusa to Nikko and 2 hours and 20 min approx. from Asakusa to Kinugawa Onsen with limited express.

In Tobu World Square, marvel at 1:25 scale replicas of famous buildings from around the world, including a model Eiffel Tower, Egyptian Pyramids, and the United States White House.
A visit to the Nikko Edo Wonderland Edomura takes you back in time to Japan's Edo Period, which ran from 1603 to 1868. Stroll past townspeople in period wear, and learn about traditional Japan in recreations of Edo-style shops and homes.

Following your theme park visits, spend time exploring Nikko's UNESCO World Heritage shrines and temples, like the ancient Futarasan Shrine and Rinnoji Temple. Also check out other attractions around Nikko, like the Nikko Natural Science Museum or Kosugi Hoan Museum of Art, and enjoy discounts on admission. An open itinerary means you can see whatever sights pique your interest.

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