At the time, we noted many of the rides and attractions feature English translations, which is great, but one important missing piece of the foreigner-friendly puzzle was the theme park’s homepage, which was only in Japanese. On-site English signs don’t mean a lot if your visitors can’t find the park in the first place, right?
As of this month, that’s been remedied, reports the Asahi Shinbun. J-World Tokyo, which is looking to attract more foreign visitors, has added English and Chinese to their page. There are also plans for J-World Tokyo to sell tickets through JAPANiCAN.com, a travel agency for tourists (Otaku USA readers, however, are clued in enough to buy their ticket onsite and skip those annoying surcharges).
Anyway, check out J-World Tokyo’s new English page and our review and tell us with a straight face you don’t want to go. You can’t do it, can you!
Source: Asahi Shinbun
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