Fuji Q πŸš€!

I had a great time at Fuji Q yesterday, I’m really glad our Epals set it up for us to go. Even though it took a little less than 3 hours to get there it was worth it, and we still didn’t have enough time to go on all the rides. There was a ton of rides to go on there and I can definitely see why it’s rated one of the top roller coaster parks. The first ride we went on was Fujiyama: King of Coasters it was a lot fun, but your typical roller coaster. Although, it did light up at night which was really cool to see when we were leaving park. The next ride we went one was this water raft one called Nagashimasuka, which wasn’t the best idea because it was cold out. Afterwards we got lunch at this burger place, and then it started to rain so we went to the huge Obake Yashiki (Haunted House). There was a 2 hour line, but most of the rides had about an hour long wait, so we decided to go into the Super Scary Labyrinth of Fear, the haunted house. It was finally our turn and after watching freaky movies in Japanese, we were super hyped and scared and entered the haunted house. We got inside and went through a safety precautions orientation, and then watched another scary movie. It was staged in this abandoned hospital, and everyone was a zombie or undead victim after a viral breakout. It was a pretty good haunted house and definitely was the longest one I’ve been in, it took around 30 mins. The best part was that they made you come out into Thomas Land, the little children’s train character, it was all happy and childish to make you feel better haha. After that we went to the next γ‚Έγ‚§γƒƒγƒˆγ‚³γƒΌγ‚Ήγ‚ΏγƒΌ (Roller Coaster) which holds a Guinness world record for the most inversions in the 4th dimension.

4th Dimension Record

4th Dimension Record

It was one of my favorite rides and made the trip that much more worth it. After a long day and going on a couple more rides we had to go back to the station stop to get home. It was a long day and after I got back to the station I had to look forward to a 7 hour night bus ride to Kyoto. It was a long day.

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