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Universal Studios Japan's attendance growth again beats Disney Resort's

USJ marks third consecutive record year, while TDR sees another fall

USJ's "Jurassic Park"-themed roller coaster, the Flying Dinosaur, has proved hugely popular.

TOKYO -- Universal Studios Japan continued to ramp up its allure for consumers in the year ended in March, again outshining archrival Tokyo Disney Resort in attendance growth.

Visitors to TDR, the nation's biggest amusement complex by attendance, which is operated by Oriental Land in Urayasu, Chiba Prefecture, declined for a second straight year, while USJ in Osaka, Disney's principal rival, notched up another record-breaking figure.

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