I'm surprised that bicycles are commonly found here. I guessed that the locals ride bicycle from their home to the nearest train or subway stations as the stations can be quite a distance away.
Japanese queueing orderly for the train
The train to USJ is decorated with Seasame street cartoons
The trains are manually operated and there will be a driver at the front carriage and another staff at the back carriage to look out for passengers when the door is closing.
Shops along the street leading to USJ
The famous Universal globe
After buying the tickets, we joined the long queue to enter USJ. We queued for about 15min before we can enter USJ. We split into 2 groups, CH, Fredrick and me in a group while his mom and relatives in another group.
Queueing to enter USJ
We planned our rides and the one ride that we took is The Amazing Adventures of Spider-Man. It is one of the popular rides in USJ but luckily the queue was short when we were queueing. It's a 3D ride on a special moving vehicle and the duration of the ride is 5min.
Spideman socks and clogs
Ms Betty Boop
Next, we went to take the ride "Back to the Future". It's also a 3D ride on a special moving vehicle but I don't really enjoyed this ride as much as the Spiderman ride.
DeLorean car on display at Back to the Future
Hollywood dream roller coaster