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Disney, Universal Studios want you outside

Exclusive wintertime shows scheduled to draw park-goers

Shuzo Matsuoka, garbed in a kimono and "hakama," performed at the opening event of "Universal Cool Japan 2017," held at Universal Studios Japan, in Osaka, on Jan. 12.

TOKYO -- Can new wintertime lineups of shows and attractions draw crowds to theme parks during what are usually Japan's three coldest months of the year?

Tokyo Disney Resort and Universal Studios Japan, in Osaka, want to find out.

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