This amusement park at the mouth of the Kiso River is among the largest in Japan. Since its opening in 1966, it has been attracting visitors with an abundance of scream rides. The most popular is Steel Dragon 2000, the world's longest roller coaster that resides imposingly in the park. There are other roller coasters for your long-lasting memory, including wood-made White Cyclone, one of the largest of its kind in the world, and Cork Screw which features vertical looping movement.
The gigantic swimming pool is open during the summer months, and a huge flower garden is decorated with dreamlike illumination at night. The shopping mall offers popular items at reasonable prices, and a hot spring bathhouse is available to heal your tired feet at the end of the day out. This is a place where families, couples and group tourists can have a great time.
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Airport/Sta.Chubu Centrair International Airport (about 20.5km) Google Transit
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4.0a month ago
Ride queues can get long on busy days but we’ll managed and quite fast moving compared to many theme parks. So if possible an overcast weekday is best. Plenty of great rides and affordable vendors for food.
5.0a month ago
If you love thrilling rides, this is a great park. It's pretty big, so expect to spend the whole day. All the attractions we visited were well kept and the staff was very kind. There are great views from some of the rides. To snap some nice pictures, ride the ferris wheel.
Upon arrival, go to the three most popular attractions first: the Steel Dragon, the Acrobat and the new hybrid rollercoaster (I forget the name). Hint: you can actually buy snacks and drinks at the convenience stores outside and take them into the park. There's also a huge outlet nearby, if you want to go shopping.
3.04 months ago
Great amusement park. Drop the kids off there and then head across the parking lot to the hugs outlet in site for some shopping. However if you're looking for great deals, the outlets in the US are much better. This Outlook seems to be a collection of write name shops but the deals don't seem to be that great. It's also very crowded.
5.02 months ago
I've visited seven times in all different seasons and it's always a great experience. Many dining and snack venues, plenty of restrooms, lockers, and benches... The staff is always incredibly friendly, and there are signs in English everywhere for those who don't speak Japanese.
5.04 weeks ago
Thrilling rides and totally fair food prices. And it was good!