5 Foreign Culture Theme Parks In Japan You Must Visit

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Japan loves theme parks. From Tokyo Disney Resort to Fuji-Q Highland, there are plenty of places to ride a roller coaster, hug a colorful mascot and spend an excessive amount of money on turkey legs and stale churros. However, there is another kind of theme park in Japan where being foreign is the theme. Japan, as an island country, can feel removed from the rest of the world. It’s not so easy to just pop over to the next country and have a look around places like Europe or South America. It’s also staffed by robot dinosaurs because, well, it’s Japan. Enter the foreign theme park. By visiting …

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