If you want to have fun during your stay in Tokyo. You can go to the Fuji-Q High Land, an amusement park in Fujiyoshida, at the foot of Fuji san
So much crazy roller coaster
Fuji-Q’s most famous roller coasters are:
* Fujiyama, 259 feet tall, 80.8 mph. Opened in 1996, it was once the world’s tallest roller coaster. As of 2007 it is the world’s 8th tallest, 5th longest, and 10th fastest roller coaster.
* Dodonpa, 170 feet tall, 106.9 mph. Opened in 2001, it was then the world’s fastest roller coaster. As of 2007 it is the 3rd fastest in the world but still has the highest acceleration at launch time.
* Eejanaika, 249 feet tall, 78.3 mph. Opened in 2006, it is only the second "4th Dimension roller coaster" ever built (the first being X² at Six Flags Magic Mountain in California). As a "4th dimension" roller coaster its seats can rotate 360 degrees forward or backward in a controlled spin, thus allowing Eejanaika to invert 14 different times, even though the actual track inverts only three times. It surpasses the first built "4th dimension" roller coaster, X², in both height and speed.
If you want to go to the Fuji-Q, you can buy all in one ticket at the shinjuku bus station.. it cost arround 6000 yen for the bus + the park entrance.
Fujisan, on the way to Fuji-Q
Eejanaika roller coaster.. the best one ever on Fuji-Q!!!!
take a ride on flying bicycle arround the park
If you don’t like roller coaster you can enjoy a lot more of attraction, like the Haunted Hospital, one of the world’s largest haunted attraction!
I ve been there in 2008, and the best when you go to the hanted hosptial, is to go with some japanese girl friend! it is so funny. What is this attraction?, well, you enter the hospital and you will be given a flashlight.. then by group of 4 or 5 people max, you follow the hallway, stairs, open doors, all in the dark and terrifying atmosphere, it take at least 20min to get out the hospital..