Fuji-Q Highland's Guinness World Record holding roller coasters, frightening haunted houses and anime themed rides will impress any thrill-junky
Enjoy not only entry to Fuji-Q but also unlimited rides within the park with this Free Pass ticket
Brave the park's four thrilling roller coasters
Challenge your courage with the Haunted Hotel and Ultimate Fort maze
Give your kids a memorable experience in Thomas Land
Test your skills at carnival games and shop for souvenirs
For the ultimate convenience, opt to include round trip bus transportation from Tokyo's Shinjuku Station
Fuji-Q Highland quenches the thirst of anyone itching for excitement and a rush of adrenaline. The park presents four major roller coasters, all of which are overlooked by the captivating Mount Fuji. Your heart won't stop racing, that's for sure. Fuji-Q Highland holds two Guinness World Record holding rides, Dodonpa being the fastest accelerating roller coaster and Takabisha being the steepest coaster. And the thrill doesn't end with the rides! The park gives you a different frenzy of excitement with its Haunted Hotel and Ultimate Fort, a prison escape themed maze. Aside from the adult-friendly attractions, kids can have their fair share of the fun too. Anime-based attractions and Thomas Land offer an enchanting escape for even the little ones. This place will leave your thrill-seeking heart thoroughly satisfied.
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Great rides, extremely fun experience! We'll be back soon! 👍🏼
Nice event for traveling that place
nice rollel coaster. I dropped my one day pass during tour but the kind staff reissued one for me.
Swift transaction with Klook; fast redemption of park pass. Long lines on the rides but worth the experience for thrill-seekers who want to feel the cold freezing breeze air while on roller coasters!
easy to book. theme park reachable by 1 station away from mt fuji station and just exchange for tickets right outside the train station and start your day there!
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