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Fuji-Q Highland

5-6-1 Shin Nishihara, Fujiyoshida 403-0017, Yamanashi Prefecture
+81 555-23-2111
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  • Excellent53%
  • Very good34%
  • Average8%
  • Poor3%
  • Terrible2%
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“roller coaster” (155 reviews)
“haunted house” (48 reviews)
“theme park” (101 reviews)
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5-6-1 Shin Nishihara, Fujiyoshida 403-0017, Yamanashi Prefecture
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+81 555-23-2111
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Negatives: - It takes a while to travel there on a bus - Depending on the season and day, you may have to wait a couple of hours - Rides are for older people, not suitable to young children Positives: - Great, high, fast rides...More

Thank RichardLam5
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The strength of Fuji-Q is its many extraordinary rollercoasters. Unfortunately, it's also its weakness. You see, those rollercoasters can only operate in good weather. We were there on 11 June 2018 when it rained all day. We had no choice as we bought the tickets...More

1  Thank quefactor
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Very scary rollercoaster rides. I loved it lot! I felt that I was churned in a washing machine. You even needed to remove your shoes for one of the rides in case it flew off. They have a world record rollercoaster that is 79 meters...More

3  Thank YapES1976
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

These roller coasters are beyond simple description. The Eejanaika was my favorite - it is the most incredible fourth dimension roller coaster experience. The seats have your feet hanging free (your shoes are left behind) and rotate 14 times during the ride so you never...More

Thank BrianRooney
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We went during the week on Monday the 21st of May 2018. We caught the second earliest bus from Tokyo and arrived (too late) at 11:15am. Due to the length of the lines, we were only able to ride 2 of the 4 big roller...More

1  Thank Ben1990Brisbane
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I went on a sunny Tuesday in the beginning of June. I arrived about 10:15 and went directly to the priority ticket booth. There were plenty of priority tickets left. So i bought the 4 main coasters which was really worth the price. The rides...More

1  Thank boeboes1
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

I visited Fuji-Q back in 2007 and I must say the theme park has much improved since then. Thomas Land is still there however, my kids are much too old now. There are loads of rides and the classics like Fujiyama and E-E Jyanaika are...More

Thank MakoaVC
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We stopped here to check out the rides and have lunch upstairs at Kaihoteshingenyakata. Lunch was hot pot with chicken, shrimp and local vegetables.

Thank FlyAtNIght
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Reviewed 11 May 2018 via mobile

Went on the Monday after Golden week with my boyfriend and thought we needed to buy fast pass tickets but it was close to empty! Perhaps a 10% attendance for the theme park. We barely had to queue for the rides and covered 3/4 of...More

Thank Yi Yun T
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Reviewed 11 May 2018

I love roller coasters and nothing beats those at Fuji-Q Highland. Some of the rides are world record holders and it is amazing that I get to ride them. The fast passes are crazy expensive but I consider them worth it as time was a...More

1  Thank Fadzillah A
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fatemeh c
12 June 2018|
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Response from boeboes1 | Reviewed this property |
The entrance ticket is just the entrance fee. With this you have to pay for every ride seperately. With the free pass ticket the fee for all rides are included (plus entre fee). But you need to queue for them. Inside the... More
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dandy c
I took the q pack and went to fuji q last week. The park itself was awesome however the bus was a disaster. Absolutely catastrophic. I took the bus there from shinjuku Station which was very well organized. However the bus back was the problem. Me, being someone who do not speak Japanese was the main cause of the problem. I booked the 1733 bus back, to give some context, there is a single bus stop and many different highway bus would just come and go. At first I thought the 4 numbers stated on my ticket would be the bus's plate number so I kept looking out for buses to shinjuku with the number on my ticket. I waited from 1700 onwards till 1800 or so thinking that the bus could be delayed. However after waiting even more I realized I could have missed the bus. I asked the counter staff if I did but she does not speak English and was reluctant to help me and was very rude to me, brushing me off each time I tried to explain, perhaps because she could not speak english. No other staff tried to help me and despite me looking around with a desperate face no one helped me. I tried to approached a few Japanese to help me translate however most of them could not speak English too. I finally a nice Japanese lady that helped me and to my surprise she was so friendly towards her and the nice lady helped me asked to get a change in bus timing to a later one and I got this for free despite the ticket having a stamp saying the timing cannot be changed after departure timing. I was really thankful to her. However I still did not know how to identify which bus to take and the kind lady already left as her bus had arrived. I then diligently went to every bus conductor from every bus going to shinjuku and showing them my ticket to ensure I do not miss the bus. Thankfully another staff member saw this and kindly gestured to me whenever a bus arrives and notified me if that was the bus. When the bus finally came and confirmed by that staff, I realized damnn the plate number is not the 4nunbers on the ticket. So I really did miss the bus. I was so sad that day, that no one was friendly enough to help me as the people I approached all brushed me off and perhaps Japanese people are abit bias to their own people? I've met many Japanese who were nice to me as well so I do not really blame the lady but perhaps this incident has scarred me a little and I cannot help but to feel that way. So my question is other than hearing the announcement that the staff makes whenever a bus comes which is only in Japanese, how do I identify which bus is the one I booked?
17 April 2018|
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Response from S W | Reviewed this property |
Halo There is always bus number on the ticket. Also, the bus is always ontime. So you wont miss it. I am a family of 5 , same route traveled like yours. On the way back, we asked the tikect counter, and they were happy to... More
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