Sailor soldiers are set to arrive at Universal Studios Japan with the upcoming “Sailor Moon” anime attraction.
The campaign for the new attraction will begin on March 16 and run until June 24. According to the campaign page, there will also be a lottery for the “Sailor Moon: The Miracle 4D” film.
This lottery will be done through a Twitter campaign where interested visitors need to retweet a post from Universal Studios Japan. At the lottery’s conclusion, five pairs of people will be chosen to watch “Sailor Moon: The Miracle 4D” for free on April 29.
Visitors who want to watch the 4D film can get a Sailor Moon Special Express Pass for 4,400 yen (about P2,100), which includes a meet-and-greet portion with Tuxedo Mask, a “Luna P Ball” ramune candy case and a photo op with Sailor Moon.
Standard passes go for 2,000 yen (around P1,000) and comes with a Luna P Ball.
Watch trailer below for a sneak peak at what the sailor soldiers will be fighting in the 20-minute 4D film.
There will also be Sailor Moon-related merchandise for sale like the Cutie Universal Rod,
And themed food items.
Aside from Sailor Moon, visitors can check out the Final Fantasy XR Ride, Monster Hunter: The Real attraction, and Detective Conan World escape game. /ra
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