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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5.0a month ago
I visited the spa part of park, as a foreigner I was a little bit surprised at the experience. But felt very welcome by staff. It was easy to navigate spa section if you look around first. Also the food was great, I took a break and enjoyed the great food selection there, then went back in spa. This place was great for me. A Must do*****
4.0a month ago
Park is showing its age but it still is the one of the best ones for the roller coaster afficionado. Count at least 6 guaranteed to give a thrill even to the most avid coaster fan. One bonus for those who are into shopping is that the park is right beside an outlet center.
5.03 months ago
I'd been dreaming of visiting Nagashima Spa Land for years and finally got there just last week! It's an incredible place - so many awesome coasters and it has a really cheerful / tropical vibe. The rides are operated very efficiently, and waits are not exceptionally long like at Fuji-Q; the fast passes are easy to get (and about 500JPY) and they'll get you on the most popular rides in a few minutes.
I visited twice and thoroughly enjoyed it. There are a good number of food options too.
5.02 weeks ago
I’ve been here for 2-3 times, and my last visit was year 2009 and all of that visit was an amazing experience. Though the first one was a letdown because the Steel Dragon was under maintenance, but overall I had a blast every visit.
5.04 months ago
We came during down season (mid Sept) and despite the risk of small drizzle shutting down the famous Steel Dragon 2000 (standing Guinness World for longest roller coaster in the world) we were able to hop on with minimal line up(30min-1hr). Highly recommended to get the all rides passport and take the Steel Dragon, Acrobat and Arashi, though the last one you might want to save for last.