Fuji-Q High Land

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Adress and information

5-6-1, 新西原,
Fujiyoshida, Yamanashi, 403-0017
Japan
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Phone: ++81 (0555) 232111

Fuji-Q High Land is an amusement park that has been in operation since the year 1961. It is located in the town of Fuji Yoshida-shi at the north of Mount Fuji. Since the inauguration of Fuji-Q High Land the number of attractions has grown continually and many new rides have been installed. Located in a beautiful landscape, visitors can choose between more than thirty exciting attractions, the main attractions in Fuji-Q High Land being the seven roller coasters.
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Value for money
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 81,4%

Variety
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 83,8%


Service
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 77,5%

Catering
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 75%


Overall rating
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 86,9%

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Opening hours and pricing

Fuji-Q High Land opens from April to September from 9am to 5pm (weekdays). On weekends and public holidays it closes at 8pm and from late july to late september from 8am to 9pm.
Adults   ¥1200,00
Children between 3 and 12 years   ¥600,00
Prices and opening hours are subject to change.
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Good time pass once in a life time
Last year we had a chance to visit Japan. We booked 3 nights stay at Fuji-Q High Land to enjoy big and scary roller coasters. We paid 5000 yen per adult person per day free pass for whatever we wanted to ride.
We were thrilled to see such a beautiful and clean thrill ride park.

It was a great fun to ride Fujiyama, Dodopa, Thomas Land, Eejanaika and many more adventurous rides.
My kids were very excited to watch Great Zaboon, Shinning Flowers and Mad mouse.

Food was good and not much pricey. It is a good experience with excellent rides but queues demand patience.

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Christopher E., 21-Jan-2013

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Fuji-Q High Land
With four wild exciting roller coasters here, it seems all coaster buffs love the place. Get there early and bring some reading material as the wait between rides often quite long. Awesome view of Mt.Fuji.

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Jack, 10-Dec-2012

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During my last trip to Japan I’ve spent a bit of time at the Fuji-Q High Land Park. It’s a good way to spend some time, but if you’ve come to Japan to see what it has to offer you’re better off looking at the usual tourist attractions. Fuji-Q is not that different from the parks you will find at home. You have the coasters and some racing options, a Merry-go-round and the nicely done Thomas Land, where your kids will have a good time. There are some nice thrilling rides as well, my favorite being “Gundam the ride”, which is one of the things that western parks don’t have.

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Chris@Japan, 10-Dec-2012

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Great Coaster
On my Japan trip I visited Fuji-Q Highland. They have so crazy roller coasters there. One of them (the black-red one, don't know the name anymore ^^) spins your seats around while driving through loops, so you get twisted two times at the same time. I have totally lost my orientation. And there is Dodonpa, an accalerated coaster, that blew my mind. Such a great blast! When I am in Japan again (hopefully soon), I will definitely visit the park again.

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PhilLondon, 17-Sep-2012

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