Japan isn’t only rich in cultural sites and beautiful sights, it’s also a very happening place for them parks. Here are 8 of them.
From kawaii overload to speed overload. First, ride the first centerless Ferris wheel, the Big O, at Tokyo Dome City.
Then, level up your thrills by riding Tokyo’s largest roller coaster, the 130kph Thunder Dolphin, which passes through the center of Big O. Wheee!!!
How can one not visit DisneyLand, am I right?
Bonus: After a day at DisneyLand, visit the only DisneySea in the world. Check out the Mediterranean Harbor, Mysterious Island, Arabian Coast and (yay) Mermaid Lagoon.
But the real cool ride here is Vanish, where the roller coaster dives into an underwater tunnel.
Cleopatra allegedly took baths in milk. Well, here in Hakone Yunessun, you can take baths in coffee, green tea, sake, and wine! Take that Cleo!
If that’s not scary enough, try the Fujiyama, considered the King of Coasters, with its 230-foot drop against a gorgeous view of Mt Fuji.
Located in Kuwana, which is near Nagoya, the theme park also has a jumbo seawater pool (for those of you who want to swim in the sea but don’t want to deal with sand and icky seaweed) that features 18 kinds of slides.
later this year! It’s inside Universal Studios Japan in Osaka.
Is there a spell to speed up time? Can’t. Wait. Scream.
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What do you think of these theme parks? Are you planning on going this year? Share in the Comments Section.