For those travelers who happen to like animation, games, comics, and are planning to go on a trip to Japan, then these anime-related theme parks are something that might interest you. By visiting these theme parks, you will be able to experience a world where the line between reality and fantasy becomes a blur. Here are some of the many attractions which fans and non-fans will certainly enjoy visiting as they immerse themselves deeper in these popular media franchises.

Gundam Front Tokyo is an entertainment facility which can be found on the 7th floor of a business complex named 'DiverCity Tokyo Plaza' which was opened in 2012. Here, visitors can experience the world of Gundam series - an anime series where people pilot giant robots and are sent to battle each other. The mecha museum is housed in a dome 16 metres large and it showcases computer-generated battle scenes from the series. Standing outside in the Fesitval Plaza of the DiverCity Tokyo Plaza is an 18metre life-sized Gundam statue. At a certain price, it is also possible to take a photo in the cockpit of the mobile suit.

Fujiko F. Fujio Museum is an anime attraction which was opened in 2011 features the works of Fujiko F. Fujio, author of 'Doraemon.' Exhibits from other manga can also be found here but it 'Doraemon' was the most successful one commercially. The museum introduces Fujio's original drawings of his works and also highlights interesting items - Wherever Door (a magical door that leads to any place you wish) from Doraemon and the manga artist's favorite desk, to name a few.

Ishinomori Mangattan Museum features the works of Shotaro Ishinomori who is responsible for the creation of 'Kamen Rider.' It can be found in Ishinomaki City, Miyagi prefecture and was one time temporarily closed due to the devastation brought about by the Great East Japan Earthquake. It was reopened in November 2012 and later refurnished in March 2013 where exhibitions were added. It is possible to find all masks of the said rider hero here.