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Fuji-Q Highland, Fujiyoshida

(4.2/5 based on 800+ reviews on the web)
Known for offering anime-themed rides, Fuji-Q Highland represents one of Japan's most popular amusement parks. At the base of Mount Fuji, this attraction boasts a number of Guinness World Record-holding thrill rides. One is Fujiyama, the tallest and fastest coaster in the world upon its opening in 1996. The Dodonpa roller coaster holds the record for speediest acceleration, while the Takashiba, which opened in 2011, was the steepest coaster in the world. Use our Fujiyoshida vacation generator to add Fuji-Q Highland and other attractions to your Fujiyoshida vacation plans.
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  • If you like roller coasters this place is a must do, the lines are brutal but worth the wait. Try to get there early so you can avoid at least 1 big line up 
  • Loved this place. Amazing and extreme rides! Loved the roller coasters! Best tip I can provide is BUY FAST PASSES at the start of the day. You will have to line up for them (I waited probably close to...  more »
  • We went there in a group of 11. Young kids went to Thomasland while the elder kids went to the exciting extreme rides. It would be great if it closed later. 
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  • It's a very very fun park, make sure to get there early so you get time to enjoy it all! Nice people, and it's was a beautiful day. A lot of people so you better get nice shoes to walk all day and stay in lines. Nice food and souvenirs, fun.
  • Awesome roller coasters. Eejanaika is arguably the best roller coaster I've ever been on. Downside is lines move pretty slowly (for some reason the park attendants take their sweet time in unloading and loading passengers), despite not that many people.
  • Rides are very good (simular to major parks at US or EU), everything is close and good to fund. But the waiting lines are horrible. The only place in Japan, where employers inefficent. e.g. 5min to board one (!) train at Eejanaika. So its not really wondering, that waiting time is up to 3hrs. Never see something before in the world...
  • Very few rides but they're all intense. Get there at opening and you may be able to ride 4 coasters. They close lines at about 2pm since some rides have a 3hr wait. Save Fujiyama for last since it's line stays open the longest.
  • A very fun place to have extreme rollers coasters rides! Way more exciting than USJ. Take the drop of the once world record drop! Launch off at nearly 180km/h as well. Nice view of Mt. Fuji when reach the top of the ride. Only down side: Extreme long queue, go early if possible.