Fuji-Q Highland

Have a great time at the foot of Mount Fuji! Japan’s famous roller coasters are amazing!

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Fuji Q Highland is an amusement park at the foot of the magnificent Mount Fuji. The roller coasters there have smashed several Guinness records. After having fun there, relax at an “onsen”.
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Opening hours vary depending on the seasons. Please check the web site.
Adult: 1,500 YEN
Children: 900 YEN

The fee is for admission only. There are some types of tickets including free pass. Please see the web site for details.
5-6-1 Shinnishihara, Fujiyoshida-shi, Yamanashi
(0555) 23-2111

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Enjoy yourself at an amusement park while viewing Mt. Fuji

Fuji-Q Highland at the foot of Mt. Fuji in the Fuji Five Lakes resort area is an amusement park that is popular with young people looking for thrills. It has Guinness-smashing records with its epic screaming roller coasters and attractions such as Japan’s fastest coaster, the Dododonpa, and the FUJIYAMA with a drop of 70m. Since its opening in 1961, it has always aimed at introducing new attractions and renewing existing ones, and within the grounds, there are not only roller coasters but rides for the whole family and attractions for kids, so it is an amusement park where people of all ages can enjoy themselves. In addition, it always goes for the cutting edge such as introducing attractions based on popular anime symbolizing Cool Japan. Outside of the park, there is a skating rink (winter only) along with the Fujiyama Onsen hot spring facilities, the Fujiyama Museum which exhibits Mt. Fuji –themed art and the Highland Resort Hotel & Spa. The area continues to provide fun and relaxation as a general resort facility.

Charming attractions

Fuji-Q Highland is famous for its large roller coasters. It’s filled with amazing attractions such as the Takabisha with its Guinness record of the steepest drop of 121°, the Eejanaika as the World No. 1 in the total number of revolutions, the King of Coasters FUJIYAMA with a top speed of 130km and a maximum drop of 70m and the Dododonpa which hits 180km in a mere 1.56 seconds after launch and whips around the park, all of which are popular no matter how you put it. Also, there is the Super Scary Labyrinth of Fear, a horror hospital that has the reputation of being the world’s most frightening haunted house, the rides of The Cool Jappaan and Nagashimasuka where you can enjoy the spray of water. There are also plenty of attractions for children such as Thomas Land with Thomas The Tank Engine, and attractions and rides for the whole family. And there is the popular Evangelion: World with the theme of anime that has spread throughout the world.

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6 years ago
Be sure to pick the right date
I wanted to go to the highland because of the haunted house, and I got to see it, it was creepy and awesome, but I had picked a wrong day for it was a national holiday so the lines were very long, I had to stand in a line for around 2 hours to get in. So if you decide to go there, check the date, you should preferably go there on a weekday that has no national holidays to have the best time.
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8 years ago
The scariest attraction I have ever seen
Fuji-Q Highland is simply awesome. The queues aren't so long, the roller coasters offer impressive views of Mount Fuji in the distance and previously held Guinness World Records, the two water rides will get you soaked, even the Ferris wheel is great, but, the main attraction for me was the Haunted House. I won't spoil it, but if you ever visit Fuji-Q, you should definitely pay the extra charge to take part in the scariest adventure of your life.
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