|The legends are here.|
Universal Jump Summer
Event PeriodJuly 1 until September 4
AttractionsSo far, it seems to include the 3 "attractions", One Piece Premier Summer (which is really its own even), a 4-D DBZ attraction and a Death Note attraction (probably along the same lines as the RE escape games from the past years).
|Experience a power level of 5.3 billion.|
Dragon Ball Z: The Read 4-DAccording to the site, this will be a 4-D attraction with its own original story (??) and battle between Goku and Frieza. We ALL know how it'll end, but I'm interested in what this 5.3 billion power level is. Because I didn't think power levels got much higher than the millions. And that's all we've got so far! I'll try to update again once they post more info.
|That day's vow becomes a new strength.|
That was hard to translate.. all the direct trans sound lame xD
One Piece Premier Summer 2016July 1 until October 2
The attractions listed on the site at this moment are the One Piece Premier Show 2016 and Sanji's Restaurant as tickets for these two events will go on sale first. Tickets to these events are separate from park entry and can be purchased in advance online, or at the park (I don't recommend park purchases for Sanji's Rest as that sells out pretty fast!).
Sanji's Pirates Restaurant
This is like a mini, indoor version of the premier show, that also includes food! All the actors mime to the actual voice-actors' voices being played over the speaker, and interact with the guests. If I had to choose between going to this event or the premier show, I'd definitely choose this one!
Tickets 4980 yen for adults, 2550 yen for kids, with 5 shows a day, 80 minutes each. At the end of each show, you can take 2 photos with the Mugiwara crew, one on yuor own device, and one with that park's camera. The photos will be available for purchase after leaving the event.
One Piece Premier Show 2016
Well, the only info up so far is when you can buy tickets. No updates on who's to appear or what the story will be for this year yet, but an update should be coming later on this month! I'll try to add it to this post.
Tickets can only be purchased in-advance on USJ's website and eventually at convenience stores in Japan, but pre-sale tickets start with season pass holders, so you might be a little SOL if you wait to buy your ticket at the park.
The seats closer to the stage and in the center are all S1, so they'll run you 4980 yen for adults, 2550 yen for children. The cheaper seats are 1980 yen, 980 yen respectively, but they'll be toward the back and maybe behind a pillar. Choose wisely.
All right, that's all the info I've seen at the moment! Enjoy a tiny video from last year's Premier Summer in the meantime! :>