Solve a mystery overnight at this horror hotel room at Universal Studios Japan

Universal Studios Japan has had a hectic 2021, with the park’s hotly expected Super Nintendo World house opening previous this yr, and a sequence of new attractions in line with the hit anime Demon Slayer.

Now, simply in time for the spooky season, one of the most theme park’s respectable lodges has remodeled a visitor room right into a creepy puzzle room full of mysteries to resolve, referred to as The Blood Flood. 

Picture: Hotel Common Port Vita

Hotel Universal Port Vita, proper beside Common Studios Japan, will likely be providing the haunted room from October 15 2020 to February 27 2021. This yr marks the 7th version of the preferred horror-themed puzzle room, and this time you’ll get to play the function of an artwork student as you hunt for clues to seek out the mysterious message left inside of other art work. 

USJ horror room
Picture: Hotel Common Port Vita

In the beginning look, the room seems to be identical to a haunted space, with bloodstains, cobwebs and a nerve-racking art work placing at the partitions. You will have to whole a sequence of duties to piece in combination the clues to resolve the central thriller, like shading with a pencil to expose hidden messages and researching particular art work the usage of your telephone.

Do not be concerned if you wish to have a little bit extra time to resolve the puzzle – you have got the room for the entire night time. The room is best to be had to at least one crew of as much as 4 other people in line with day, and costs get started at ¥8,000 in line with particular person, relying at the date. Make a reservation by means of the website

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