Attack On Titan Theme Park Is Terrifying: New Universal Studios Japan 'The Real' Attraction Features 50 Foot Monsters [VIDEO]

By Donyae Coles , Updated Dec 30, 2014 08:28 PM EST

We've got amusement parks completely wrong in America- we go to have fun, while in Japan they go to be terrified. At least, that's the only conclusion we can draw from this new promo for the Attack on Titan: The Real attraction. Sorry about your nightmares.

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The Real is a huge attraction that will be opening in Universal Studios Japan and feature life size versions of the Titans that show up in the series. This means that there will be nearly 50-foot reproductions of the monsters for your viewing pleasure.

The headline from the Universal Studios Site reads, "Behold the world of Attack on Titan as it unravels before your eyes, with realistic sense of fear and despair."

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That's a solid vacation right there. Come home thankful for your entire life.

Every promotional image shared by Nijimen is a bag of nightmare fuel as the attraction apparently will pull no punches when it comes to adapting the brutal world of Attack on Titan.

Attack on Titan is a manga turned anime in which humanity lives behind giant walls to help keep them safe from giant flesh-devouring humanoid monsters. People die. Lots of people, in really horrible ways.

The attraction will run at Universal Studios Japan from January 23, 2015 to May 10, 2015 so book your tickets now because it won't be there forever.

Attack on Titan has a number of Manga series, an anime, and numerous movies attached to the property, as well as a light novel and an upcoming live action film. Check out the promo for Attack on Titan: The Real below.

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