5 Top Japan Amusement Park & Theme Parks

5 Top Japan Amusement Park & Theme Parks

Visit Japan there are a few theme parks that you should go, few of the theme park is rate as the best Asia theme parks.

Tokyo Disneyland

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(Picture From: pkdsource)

Tokyo Disneyland is the most popular amusement park in Japan, it’s a place where you can enjoy rides and seasonal parade events. Tokyo Disneyland is made up of seven themed lands and features seasonal decorations and parades.

I have never been to Disneyland in my entire life! Now that I’m in Tokyo, I know that I just HAVE to go there! To me this is one of those must-visit places before I die! Disneyland is the one pretty and cutest place ! It have many cartoon characteristic, theme park and beautiful scenery.

So after i have visit this place I would like to share my experience of visiting Disneyland. And also i will like to suggest you have to make the detailed plan before you go if you really want to ride the attraction. In even weekdays, you have to spend many minutes to wait on long line up. Make use of your fast track ticket. It doesn’t cost more than your purchased ticket. You just have to bolt to the ride, scan your ticket and you will have an allocated time for the attraction.  I think this is very important to visit Tokyo Disneyland.

Tokyo Disney Sea

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(Picture From: parksandresorts)

Tokyo DisneySea is a fantasy theme park in Tokyo Disney Resort that is unique to Japan. Inspired by the myths and legends of the sea, Tokyo DisneySea is made up of seven themed ports of call: Mediterranean Harbor, Mysterious Island, Mermaid Lagoon, Arabian Coast, Lost River Delta, Port Discovery and American Waterfront.

While suitable for all ages, Tokyo DisneySea was designed to specifically also appeal to a more grown up audience. The park addresses the Japanese visitors’ strong interest in good food by providing a wider selection of table service restaurants than Tokyo Disneyland and by serving alcoholic beverages, which are unavailable at the neighboring park.

Universal Studio Japan

Universal Studio Japan

Universal Studios Japan (USJ) was the first theme park under the Universal Studios brand to be built in Asia. Universal Studios Japan currently has eight sections: Hollywood, New York, San Francisco, Jurassic Park, Waterworld, Amity Village, Universal Wonderland and The Wizarding World of Harry Potter. Visitors are able to enjoy many amusement rides, ranging from child-friendly carousels to thrilling roller coasters and simulators based on popular movies such as Spiderman, Back to the Future, Terminator 2 and Jurassic Park.

Spending the day at the Wizarding World of Harry Potter is magical, but Universal Studios Japan in Osaka offers more than just the Harry Potter experience. Before, I thought USJ just offers the usual Universal Studios rides but I am mistaken. In fact, I even enjoyed the attractions in USJ more than those of Tokyo Disney Resort. Universal Studios Japan did a really great job of making Universal Studios rides unique and blending it with the Japanese culture, which can be really fun and exciting!

 

Fuji-Q Highland

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(Picture From: templejapan)

Fuji-Q Highland is a major amusement park located in the Fuji Five Lakes region at the foot of Mount Fuji. One of Japan’s most popular theme parks, Fuji-Q Highland is best known for its thrilling, record holding roller coasters and elaborate, anime themed rides and attractions. The park strives to be at the forefront of theme park entertainment, and has been constantly opening new rides and attractions, including Guinness World Record breaking roller coasters.

Whilst not as famous as Japan’s incredible Tokyo Disney Resort, Fuji-Q Highland is a classic theme park. In addition to the roller coasters and mazes, it has a ferris wheel – because every amusement park in Japan should have a ferris wheel – and even has its own tea-cup ride.

The park also has several large scale entertainment attractions, many of which are based on popular anime series. Gundam Crisis and Evangelion World are immersive displays of their respective robot suit themed anime and include life-sized models of the robots and characters. There are also three maze attractions: the Ultimate Horror Labyrinth (aka Haunted Hotel), one of the world’s largest and scariest haunted attractions; Ultimate Fort, a prison escape themed puzzle maze; and Kassen Sengoku Basara, a warring states period themed attraction.

Nagashima Resort

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(Picture From: ninietraveller)

Nagashima Resort is a major vacation destination just outside Nagoya. It is comprised of five main leisure facilities: the Nagashima Spaland amusement park, a water park, a hot spring complex, an outlet shopping mall and a flower park named Nabana no Sato. The resort is located on a long piece of land that is surrounded by rivers and the sea; fittingly, it is called Nagashima or “long island”.

Nagashima Spaland, reputed to be the best amusement park for roller coasters in western Japan, is the main attraction of the resort. The park is filled with over forty rides, ranging from gentle ones suitable for children to outrageous ones for those looking to spend some exhilarating moments. Immediately noticeable even before entering the main gate is the Steel Dragon 2000, a gigantic roller coaster ride which spans the entire length of the park.

Also within the Nagashima Spaland grounds is a full-featured water park, named Joyful Waterpark. The water park is densely packed with water slides and swimming pools (including a wave pool), but is open only in the summer. Aside from the attractions themselves, Nagashima Spaland is tastefully designed such that the structures fit in well with their surroundings.

 

 

Via japan-guide.com

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