Nagashima Spaland

Sightseeing information about Nagashima Spaland in Japan.

Nagashima Spaland4.6

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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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5.0in the last week

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.

5.0a month 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.

3.02 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 weeks ago

World class coasters without the crowds! Atleast on Thursday in May (post golden week) the park was empty with all major rides taking 20mins max. All rides also have lockers were you can store any valuables for free which is great. Take the bus from Nagoya station direct which only takes 50mins.

4.02 weeks ago

The rides are a blast and the park is very clean! There are many food options and even a place for BBQing. I think you have to buy the food there though. The wait for the coasters is of course very long. Some rides had 120+min wait times. They don't allow single riders to skip in line so most coasters don't fill all the seats which is a bit annoying. The newer and most popular coasters have lockers for free use! When you are next you can put your bags and things in and take the key. After the ride you get your stuff back out. Our party of 3 could fit everything in one locker. Very convenient. They also offer a fast pass for some rides which I recommend but they sell out fast. It's 1000 yen. They give you a ticket with a time to come back. Do it for the big coasters like hakugen and steel dragon. Our group bought an unlimited ride pass for about 5000. Yen each, but you can also purchase individual rige tickets. The ticket line goes very quickly. All around it was a fantastic experience. My only complaint is that single riders can't skip.

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