More and more tourists heading to Universal Studios Japan are mistaking the nearby Maishima Incineration Plant for the theme park because it has a playful and colorful exterior design.
Located in Osaka, Japan, the plant itself actually attracts 12,000 visitors each year and burns up to 900 tons of waste per day.
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Tourists heading to Universal Studios Japan are increasingly turning up outside a nearby waste incineration plant.
It is an easy mistake to make, as the Maishima Incineration Plant is not only located across the road from the theme park but thanks to its imaginative and playful design, it looks more like a place of entertainment than a giant garbage burner.
In fact, the unique building, located in Osaka, Japan, has seen the waste plant become a tourist attraction in itself, with some 12,000 visitors every year.