As the holidays approached, it seemed like Japan was in the midst of a full-on theme park boom.
While it was certainly true that many Japanese amusement parks have been opening in recent years, the true number of theme parks in the country has remained fairly low.
But that may be changing.
According to a new survey conducted by Naver, which owns and operates several theme parks across the country, Tokyo has surpassed the likes of Shanghai Disneyland, Disneyland Paris, Tokyo DisneySea, and Tokyo Disneyland in terms of theme park visitors.
The survey asked more than 20,000 people which Japanese amusement attractions they’d like to visit this holiday season, and a majority of the respondents said they would be interested in visiting Shibuya and Disneyland Paris.
The survey also asked people which of the five Japanese theme parks they would like to see open next year, and the majority said they’d be interested.
So what does this mean for Japan’s future theme park plans?
With the theme park industry in a bit of a tailspin right now, many wonder how the Japanese will be able to keep up with demand for their upcoming attractions.
That’s where a new study by Nederland is going to play a role in helping to answer that question.
The report looks at how the number of visitors to amusement parks has changed over the years, and its authors hypothesize that there are a lot more people out there who would like a ride than there were before the boom.
This study, which was commissioned by Naturalscape Japan, is looking at the trends in visitors to Japan’s theme parks from the year 2011 to 2020, and looking at how visitors to theme parks have changed over time.
It comes to a number of interesting conclusions, including the fact that the number one attraction in Japan has been Japan’s Shibuyan amusement park.
This theme park, which opened in 2020, has seen a lot of changes since it opened, as it now boasts a number.
It now features an array of attractions including a theme park with a total of 12 attractions, a theme hotel with a theme-park-like experience, and an amusement park with its own amusement park experience.
It’s also interesting to note that the theme hotel is also now one of Japan’s most popular attractions, with an average attendance of about 2.4 million per day in 2020.
That makes it one of the most popular theme park attractions in Japan, and it is a good indication that Shibuyu has really taken off.
The theme hotel, meanwhile, is still a big hit, with more than 4 million visitors per day, and over 4 million people have been guests since the park opened.
The new report also looks at the number and type of attractions in each of Japan.
Shibuyas attractions are mostly family-friendly attractions with family-oriented attractions ranging from traditional Japanese gardens to rides that cater to adults.
In comparison, DisneySea has been building more of its attractions and attractions have become more family-focused, with rides like the Disney Sea Adventure that have grown in popularity in recent times.
The Disneyland Paris attraction, meanwhile is now focusing on more of a family-orientated experience with rides that have become family-driven, including rides that include rides with a family twist.
So, what do you think of the new survey findings?
Would you want to visit one of these Japanese theme park rides?
Is it worth the wait?
Let us know in the comments section below.