5 Craziest Rides at Fuji-Q Highland

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The best place to visit for adrenaline junkies!! Fuji-Q Highland is best known for owning numbers of thrilling crazy rides including some of record breaking roller coasters. If you are a real thrill seeker, this is definitely the place to visit in Japan! Let’s check out the craziest rides you can experience at Fuji-Q Highland today and book the tickets with discount!!

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Fuji-Q Highland (富士急ハイランド) is one of most popular amusement parks in Japan, located near Fuji Five Lakes at the foot of Mt. Fuji.

The park has approx 40 different fun rides and attractions and some of them holds Guinness World Record, and they keep surprising us with new attractions which opens constantly. Also, as the park is situated at the foot of Mt. Fuji, guests also can enjoy the great view of the mountain from the park.

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Although the park has many attractive points, I must say that it is best known for its scary, extreme rides including some record breaking roller coasters. Currently, the park owns four large-scaled roller coasters and some other extreme rides. Each of them has different and unique features, so today, I’d like to introduce 5 craziest rides you can find at Fuji-Q Highland. Let’s take a look 🙂


“Take the controls and go for a spin!”

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Opened in 2016, the new attraction Tentekomai is not an ordinary scary ride. It takes you up to 32 m above the ground, and with your command of wings, spin yourself around up in the air 🙂

Tower height: 39m
Peak height attained: 32m
Max speed: 40km/h
Approximate duration: 3 minutes
Capacity: 24 persons


“A huge brand new roller coaster with the steepest drop in the world at 121°”

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Opened in 2011, Takabisha is the steepest roller coaster in the world, dropping at an angle of 121 degrees.

Total length: 1.004m
Max. tilt of drop: 121°
Max speed: 100km/h
Capacity: 8 persons


“The roller coaster with the highest total number of spins in the world”

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Eejanaika was opened in 2006, and it’s called a “4th dimension” roller coaster with seats rotating within the car and has the most inversions of any roller coaster in the world.

Total length: 1.153m
Max height: 76m
Max speed: 126 km/h
Capacity: 20 persons


“Travel at speeds that are almost too fast The world’s most exhilarating roller coaster”

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Dodonpa was originally opened in 2001, and closed in 2016 for the major renovation. So the ride just came back in July 2017 with the faster top speed and the bigger vertical loop. It’s park’s fastest coaster and holds the world record holder for fastest acceleration.

Total length: 1.244m
Max height: 49m
Max speed: 180km/h
Capacity: 8 persons


“The atypical, over-the-top KING OF COASTERS”

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FUJIYAMA, the “KING OF COASTERS,” is a classic roller coaster, which used to be the world’s tallest and fastest roller coaster when it opened in 1996 and is till counted as one of the best roller coasters in the world.

Total length: 2.045m
Max height: 79m
Max speed: 130km/h
Capacity: 28 persons

What did you think about these rides?? I must mentioned that apart from scary rides, the park also has many kids-friendly and anime themed attractions, and several shops and restaurants. It’s a perfect place to spend all day for couples, groups and families at all generations 😉 There are frequently seasonal events and new rides coming up at the park, too!

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Hours: 9:00~18:00 (Working hours change by season)

Ticket Price: 5,700 yen (1 day free-pass)/3,600 yen (afternoon pass)
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Official Website: https://www.fujiq.jp/en/

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