Universal Studios Japan
Woke up at around 3:30AM to catch the first train to Shin-Koiwa station to meet Tita, Jorelle and Royanne then the express train to Tokyo.
Tokyo station is where most of the rail lines meet so it's the busiest station train-wise. The signs and arrows usually lead to confusion especially when it's too crowded but we were early so, no hassle.
3-hour ride to Osaka.
We had to transfer to a regular train to Osaka after our Shin-Osaka stop. As first-timers, we were basically blind while running around with our bags ala Amazing Race. And we noticed something odd: When riding escalators in Tokyo, people stand on the left and walk on the right while in Osaka it's the other way around. Weird, no?
The hotel is less than a minute walk away from Universal Studios. We arrived five hours before check-in so we deposited our bags and fucking embraced the fucking sun with different sizes of fuck-you's floating around our heads like fuck-yeah! 3-fucking-5 degrees, beybeh!
I wanted those little popcorn bags but lines were always long.
This was actually for my camera. Three rides involved getting wet.
3-D Spiderman Ride photo.
I stopped at all mist stations! I actually got a tan! In fact, I've never experienced extreme heat like that even back home!
Refill! Big hamburgers, french fries and cold Coke! FTW! We were looking so exhausted!
Best Ride! Space Fantasy! (better than Disney's Space Mountain)
video found on youtube
View from our room. Ansarap lang maligo!
The three of us went back for a final walk before heading to central Osaka for dinner.
No roller coaster for us. That's like sun burn waiting to happen!
Snoopy siopao anyone?
The very pink store and restaurant.
What's happening here?
I love this photo.