The Circular Rotating ride found within Super Silly Fun Land.
We don't need to explain this one, right?
This photo was taken outside the Despicable Me simulator looking down at the entry to Super Silly Fun Land. (which is also the exit of the simulator)
The final drop for the ride is housed in a "water treatment plant".
The iconic car from the Back to the Future Films.
Since replaced by "The Simpsons Ride" at the Hollywood and Orlando parks, the Simpsons Ride lives on in Japan.
The inline twist is the final inversion before pulling into the station.
One of the rides small drops towards the end. Note the Pteranodon leading the train. The storyline on the theme park's website claims that these creatures flew wild around the park for a long period, but were eventually trained to carry visitors face down on adventure flights.
The preztel loop is one of the key features of the ride, looping under the entrance bridge of the original Jurassic Park boat ride.
Universal Studios Japan is known for getting some massive wait times on their new attraction openings in recent years.
An overview of the rides track. The park dubs this "the worlds best flying coaster", and they are probably right!
The main ride building is housed in the rockwork beneath the forced perspective castle.
The Waturi Beach wavepool sits in the looming shadows of the Krakatau volcano at the centre of the park.
The monolithic Krakatau volcano forms the central hub of the sprawling water park.
Just like the ancient Waturi people who rode the ocean waves on friendly sea turtles and whales, guests can enjoy these two twisting, turning, multi-person slides. Honu sweeps up two massive walls, while Ika Moana sprays water on riders from the center of the raft.