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  • Natalie Charamut

    as much as i hate roller coasters this is sick... Underwater Rollercoaster in Japan bucket list places to see things to do

  • Brittany Martin-Barnes

    Underwater roller coaster in Japan! Bucket list anyone? So cool!! Would love to go but I have so many places on my list...

  • Jade Kuzak

    Underwater roller coaster in Japan! Bucket list anyone? :D Go to every amusement park in the world

  • Haninette

    Vanish roller coaster at Cosmo Land in Japan unexpectedly dives into an underwater tunnel. So cool! I wanna go!!! #travel #vacation #europe #mexico #Caribbean #southamerica #australia #asia #familyvacation #explore #visit #placestogo #places #place #visiting www.gmichaelsalon... #tourism #tourist #tour #bucketlist #trip #trips #takemethere #california #chicago #southamerica #bahamas #bermuda #aruba #jamaica #grandcayman

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