Japanese Theme Park
by fisherman on December 15, 2014 - 12:15am
The World Heritage Committee of UNESCO decided to inscribe Mount Fuji on the World Heritage list. Mt. Fuji became a latest Japanese World Heritage. Around 300 thousand people visit and clime Mt. Fuji every year, but I don’t give a shit. There is a much fun theme park just at the base of Mt. Fuji; it’s named Fuji-Q Highland. You must visit here to thrill yourself. This is Japan's uniquely Japanese amusement park. There are loads of rides and attractions for all ages at Fuji-Q Highland, including Guinness World Record holding roller coasters. I’m going to take you to the wonder place where is not occupied by the mouse or magic, but real fun place.
Fuji-Q Highland is an amusement park in Yamanashi prefecture, Japan. The theme park is near the base of Mount Fuji. It has a number of roller coasters, as well as two haunted attractions: The Haunted Hospital, the world's second largest haunted attraction. Now, let me share some of my favorite rides. I guarantee you will definitely satisfy with them.
FUJIYAMA, the "KING OF COASTERS," which boasts world-class specs, including a maximum speed of 130 km/h, a maximum drop of 70 m, and a maximum height of 79 m. The thrill on this attraction is so out-of-this-world. I guarantee you'll feel like you did the first time you rode it no matter how many times you're on it.
DODONPA, Go up to 172 km/h in a mere 1.8 sec. after launch. Come and try out DODONPA, the attraction that races around almost the entire park at speeds so fast you can't even breathe!
You will enjoy unprecedented thrills and a feeling of liberation as you experience three different kinds of spins, "the spinning of your seat forward and backward," "loops and flip-flops through the air," and "spinning with twists in it," while you race down the track on EEJANAIKA. As an added bonus, you'll hang there with your legs dangling, so you won't be able to plant your feet anywhere to steady yourself. This will send a strange sense of being hurtled through the air coursing through your body.
Finally, I want to nominate this “Super Scary Labyrinth of Fear” from bottom of my heart. All rooms and corridors redesigned. Also with new rooms including "The Quarantine Ward," "The CT Scan Room," "The Diagnostic Exam Room," "The Third Operating Room," "The New Mortuary," "The Second Long Corridor," and "The Bacteria Lab." With the longest route in history at 900 m and lasting over 60 minutes long! The level of "labyrinthine" twists increased with a complete renewal of the entire route, and you will be gripped with a terror that you're "never going to get out alive...".
Fuji-Q Highland [2014 August 30] Retrieved from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fuji-Q_Highland