Universal Studios Japan Announces NO LIMIT! Christmas 2023 Details Including ‘Frosty’s Electric Snow Party’, Super Nintendo World Decorations, and More

Universal Studios Japan will be celebrating NO LIMIT! Christmas 2023 with new and returning offerings, like “Frosty’s Electric Snow Party” and Super Nintendo World decorations. NO LIMIT! Christmas will take place from November 21, 2023, through January 8, 2024.

Frosty’s Electric Snow Party

“Dive into a vortex of light and sound” with this new Christmas show featuring a new character, DJ Frosty, and other entertainers.

NO LIMIT! Party Tree

The NO LIMIT! Christmas tree is over 30 meters tall. Concept art for this year’s tree shows it draped with golden ribbons, connected to colorful gems.

Super Nintendo World Christmas Decorations

Super Nintendo World will be decorated for winter. Plus, there will be limited-time food and merchandise. Decorations include Mario and Luigi snowmen and a Christmas tree decorated with Super Mario objects.

Universal Wonderland

Dance and interact with kawaii Universal Wonderland friends in special Christmas costumes.

Power of POP: Christmas Holiday Heartbeat

The Power of Pop street show will have a special winter version featuring Christmas songs.

Location: In front of Mel’s Drive-in

Minions Happy Christmas Greeting

Minions in Christmas costumes will welcome you at the park entrance.

Location: Under the canopy

Minions HACHA-MECHA Greeting: Christmas ver.

Enjoy a meet-and-greet with Minions in their Christmas costumes.

Location: In front of Minion Park

NO LIMIT! Christmas Map

  1. Frosty’s Electric Snow Party at Gramercy Park
  2. NO LIMIT! Party Tree at Gramercy Park
  3. Minions Happy Christmas Greeting at Under the canopy
  4. Minions HACHA-MECHA Greeting: Christmas ver. at In front of Minion Park
  5. Power of POP: Christmas Holiday Heartbeat at In front of Mel’s Drive-in
  6. Universal Wonderland Feel the Rhythm at Universal Wonderland

Are you excited for the NO LIMIT! Christmas celebration at Universal Studios Japan? Let us know in the comments!

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