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富士急ハイランド (Fuji-Q Highland) in 富士吉田市, 山梨県

富士急ハイランド (Fuji-Q Highland) in 富士吉田市, 山梨県

25 things to do in Japan - my personal favourites! (scheduled via http://www.tailwindapp.com?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=twpin&utm_content=post269981&utm_campaign=scheduler_attribution)

25 things to do in Japan - my personal favourites

25 things to do in Japan - my personal favourites! (scheduled via http://www.tailwindapp.com?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=twpin&utm_content=post269981&utm_campaign=scheduler_attribution)

Roller coasters. The higher, faster, crazier, the better. I WILL ride the world's steepest coaster - the Takabisha - at Fuji-Q Highland in Japan.

World's Steepest Roller Coaster in Japan, Takabisha (Complete With Video)

Roller coasters. The higher, faster, crazier, the better. I WILL ride the world's steepest coaster - the Takabisha - at Fuji-Q Highland in Japan.

Fuji-Q Highland is a theme park near the base of Mt. Fuji. In "The Amazing Race" S9, a roadblock required one team member to ride on three extreme rides in the Fujikyu Highland Amusement Park in the following order: The Pizza, Dodonpa, and Fujiyama. While riding the rides, they had to look for a man holding a sign. Upon completion of their third ride, they had to tell the park manager what was written on the sign to receive their next clue. If they didn't see the sign they would have to go…

Fuji-Q Highland is a theme park near the base of Mt. Fuji. In "The Amazing Race" S9, a roadblock required one team member to ride on three extreme rides in the Fujikyu Highland Amusement Park in the following order: The Pizza, Dodonpa, and Fujiyama. While riding the rides, they had to look for a man holding a sign. Upon completion of their third ride, they had to tell the park manager what was written on the sign to receive their next clue. If they didn't see the sign they would have to go…

Extreme inline skating on roller coaster tracks. Dirk Auer, pictured above, is an extreme inline skater who already holds the world speed record for skating, achieving a top speed of 190mph while being dragged behind a Porsche GT2. The ride itself took just over a minute with Auer reaching a top speed of 56mph after the first 30 meter drop.

Extreme inline skating on roller coaster tracks. Dirk Auer, pictured above, is an extreme inline skater who already holds the world speed record for skating, achieving a top speed of 190mph while being dragged behind a Porsche GT2. The ride itself took just over a minute with Auer reaching a top speed of 56mph after the first 30 meter drop.

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