JUJUTSU KAISEN Universal Studios Japan is one of the biggest hubs when it comes to translating some of the

biggest anime franchises into theme park attractions, with the likes of Attack on Titan, One Piece, and Sailor

Moon having parts of the park dedicated to their characters. Now, it seems as though one of the biggest Shonen

franchises is set to arrive to the amusement park as Jujutsu Kaisen has confirmed that a partnership is on

the way between the anime series and Universal Studios this fall. Jujutsu Kaisen has been on a hot streak recently

with the prequel movie, Jujutsu Kaisen 0, pulling in hundreds of millions of dollars at the theaters and presenting

a brand new story featuring a different protagonist in the Shonen franchise in Yuta Okkotsu. With the second season

set to arrive next year from Studio MAPPA which will see Yuji Itadori return to the driver's seat and adapt more stories

from the Shonen manga. As the manga's story continues, Gege Akutami is putting the students of Jujutsu

Tech through the wringer which is sure to translate well to both the small and big screens.