"Fuller House" season 3 did something that was never done on the show before. The cast took a trip outside of the United States - specifically to Tokyo, Japan - to film an episode, which will be the highlight of the upcoming season.

Candace Cameron-Bure (DJ Tanner-Fuller) told Entertainment Tonight about the show's trip to the East. In the past as a kid on the original series, "Full House," Bure and the cast normally filmed episodes away from the studio in places like Disney World or Hawaii but they went all out the country this season.

"Japan in ‘Fuller House’ is even bigger," Candice Cameron-Bure said.

A family road trip

Candace Cameron-Bure talked about the "Fuller House" family going on a road trip via Moviefone a few months back. The 41-year-old star dished then that the Tanner-Fuller family was heading for a road trip somewhere farther than Disneyland.

But it doesn't look like the legacy cast members from "Full House" went to Japan as well. There were no sightings of John Stamos (Uncle Jesse), Bob Saget (Danny Tanner), David Coulier (Joey) or Lori Loughlin (Becky) based on Bure’s Instagram photos for their Japan trip.

Filming and season 3 premiere date

Netflix renewed "Fuller House" for a third season last December. Not much has been revealed about what will happen in the new installment as the show has been keeping guests and plots under wraps.

Aside from the Japan trip, what’s only known about the upcoming season is that Jodie Sweetin (Stephanie Tanner) filmed the earlier episodes with an injury to her leg, following an accident at home. She told E! News back in March that this will be incorporated into her storyline because she will be on crutches for a month.

Meanwhile, the streaming site announced that the show received additional episode orders from the usual 13 episodes.

The first nine episodes of "Fuller House" season 3 will be out on the streaming site on Friday, Sept. 22, to mark the 30th-anniversary release of "Full House." The second half of the season will air sometime in early 2018.

Teens love the show

Meanwhile, Candice Cameron-Bure just won an award for Favorite Comedy Actress from Teen's Choice.

"I never thought I'd be a 40-year-old now winning the Teen Choice Awards," Bure said. "So it's pretty great, and I have three teenagers myself."

Fuller House” is popular with the 18-49 demographic. When season 2 dropped on Netflix in December 2016, 7.33 million viewers streamed the series in the first three days, according to Variety.