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富士急ハイランド, Fujiyoshida-shi Yamanashi


山梨県
Fujiyoshida-shi, Yamanashi 108-0023

05-5523-2111

※期間により延長あり。詳しくは、富士急ハイランドサイト内営業カレンダー(http://www.fujiq.jp/calendar/)をご参照いただくか、お問合せ下さい。

Amusement 近く 富士急ハイランド

Fuji-Q Highland
Distance: 0.1 mi 詳しくは
新西原5−6−1
Fujiyoshida-shi, Yamanashi 403-0017

0555-24-6711

Fuji-Q Highland is an amusement park in Fujiyoshida, Yamanashi, Japan. it was opened on 2 March 1968.The theme park is near the base of Mount Fuji. It has a number of roller coasters, as well as two haunted attractions: the Haunted Hospital, the world's second largest haunted attraction, and the newly built Hopeless Fortress. Other attractions include Thomas Land, a children's area with a Thomas the Tank Engine theme and attractions themed to Gundam and Evangelion.In 2006, on the 9th Season of The Amazing Race, the final 3 teams came here and rode Tondemina, Dodonpa and Fujiyama looking for a clue to their next destination.Fuji-Q's most famous roller coasters are the following:Fujiyama, 79 metres tall, 130 km/h, opened in 1996 and 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, 52 metres tall, 172 km/h, opened in 2001 and was once the world's fastest roller coaster. As of 2013 it is the 4th fastest in the world but still has the highest acceleration at launch time.Eejanaika, 76 metres tall, 126 km/h, opened in 2006 and 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.Takabisha, opened on 16 July 2011, contains a 121° freefall, as well as seven major twists over 1000 metres of track, and a drop of 43 metres. As of December 2016, Takabisha holds the world record for the steepest roller coaster in the world.

FujiQ Highland Theme Park, Tokyo
Distance: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
新西原5-6-1
Fujiyoshida-shi, Yamanashi 403-0017

0555-24-6711

トーマスランド(富士急ハイランド)
Distance: 0.1 mi 詳しくは
新西原5-6-1
Fujiyoshida-shi, Yamanashi 403-0017

0555-23-2111

リサとガスパール タウン
Distance: 0.1 mi 詳しくは
新西原5-6-1
Fujiyoshida-shi, Yamanashi 403-0017

0555-23-2111

富士急ハイランドリゾートホテル
Distance: 0.1 mi 詳しくは
山梨県富士吉田市新西原5-6-1
Fujiyoshida-shi, Yamanashi 403-0017

0555-22-1000

富士ハイランドリゾート
Distance: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
山梨県富士吉田市新西原5-6-1
Fujiyoshida-shi, Yamanashi 403-0017

0555-22-1000

富士の駅 地震体験館
Distance: 1.0 mi 詳しくは
富士河口湖町船津6858
Minamitsuru-gun, Yamanashi 401-0301

0555-83-3222

富士の駅、地震体験館の公式Facebookページです。http://www.nihonnoeki.com/fuji/

Amusement and Theme Park 近く 富士急ハイランド

Fuji-Q Highland
Distance: 0.1 mi 詳しくは
新西原5−6−1
Fujiyoshida-shi, Yamanashi 403-0017

0555-24-6711

Fuji-Q Highland is an amusement park in Fujiyoshida, Yamanashi, Japan. it was opened on 2 March 1968.The theme park is near the base of Mount Fuji. It has a number of roller coasters, as well as two haunted attractions: the Haunted Hospital, the world's second largest haunted attraction, and the newly built Hopeless Fortress. Other attractions include Thomas Land, a children's area with a Thomas the Tank Engine theme and attractions themed to Gundam and Evangelion.In 2006, on the 9th Season of The Amazing Race, the final 3 teams came here and rode Tondemina, Dodonpa and Fujiyama looking for a clue to their next destination.Fuji-Q's most famous roller coasters are the following:Fujiyama, 79 metres tall, 130 km/h, opened in 1996 and 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, 52 metres tall, 172 km/h, opened in 2001 and was once the world's fastest roller coaster. As of 2013 it is the 4th fastest in the world but still has the highest acceleration at launch time.Eejanaika, 76 metres tall, 126 km/h, opened in 2006 and 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.Takabisha, opened on 16 July 2011, contains a 121° freefall, as well as seven major twists over 1000 metres of track, and a drop of 43 metres. As of December 2016, Takabisha holds the world record for the steepest roller coaster in the world.

FujiQ Highland Theme Park, Tokyo
Distance: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
新西原5-6-1
Fujiyoshida-shi, Yamanashi 403-0017

0555-24-6711

高飛車
Distance: 0.0 mi 詳しくは
Shinjuku 6chome
Fujiyoshida-shi, Yamanashi 403-0017

0555-24-6711

トーマスランド(富士急ハイランド)
Distance: 0.1 mi 詳しくは
新西原5-6-1
Fujiyoshida-shi, Yamanashi 403-0017

0555-23-2111

トーマスランド(富士急ハイランド)
Distance: 0.1 mi 詳しくは
新西原5-6-1
Fujiyoshida-shi, Yamanashi 403-0017

0555-23-2111

Fuji-Q
Distance: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
新西原5-6-1
Fujiyoshida-shi, Yamanashi

Fuji-Q
Distance: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
新西原5-6-1
Fujiyoshida-shi, Yamanashi

FUJIYAMA
Distance: 0.0 mi 詳しくは
3-2-23
Fujiyoshida-shi, Yamanashi

ええじゃないか
Distance: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
山梨県甲府市丸の内1丁目19−16
Fujiyoshida-shi, Yamanashi 400-0031

055-237-1331

リサとガスパール タウン
Distance: 0.1 mi 詳しくは
新西原5-6-1
Fujiyoshida-shi, Yamanashi 403-0017

0555-23-2111

Fujikyu Highland
Distance: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
新西原5丁目6−1
Fujiyoshida-shi, Yamanashi 403-0017

0555-23-2111

Fujikyu
Distance: 0.0 mi 詳しくは
新西原5-6-1
Fujiyoshida-shi, Yamanashi 403-0017

0555-23-2111

Fujikyu
Distance: 0.0 mi 詳しくは
新西原5-6-1
Fujiyoshida-shi, Yamanashi 403-0017

0555-23-2111

Eejanaika
Distance: 0.1 mi 詳しくは
山梨県甲府市丸の内1丁目19−16
Fujiyoshida-shi, Yamanashi 400-0031

055-237-1331

Eejanaika is a steel 4th Dimension roller coaster at Fuji-Q Highland in Fujiyoshida, Yamanashi, Japan. The ride is the world's second 4th Dimension coaster. Eejanaika is the taller, faster, and longer of the two.The roller coaster, designed by S&S Arrow, is a "4th Dimension" coaster, a design in which the seats can rotate forward or backward 360 degrees in a controlled spin. This is achieved by having four rails on the track: two of these are running rails while the other two are for spin control. The two rails that control the spin of the seats move up and down relative to the track and spin the seats using a rack and pinion gear mechanism.Eejanaika has the second "え" turned upside down for the roller coaster's official spelling. Eejanaika has several meanings, but means "Ain't it great!" According to the Guinness Book of World Records, Eejanaika is the roller coaster with the most inversions in the world. Throughout the ride, the riders go through 14 inversions. However, most of these inversions are accomplished by spinning the seats rather than actually inverting the track.The track itself only inverts three times - Inside raven turn (½)full-full/zero-g roll (1)fly to lie (½)outside raven turn (½)half camelback twist (½)This has led to some controversy in the roller coaster enthusiast community concerning the legitimacy of Eejanaika's claim. The Roller Coaster DataBase does not acknowledge these seat inversions for the purpose of record-holding.

Dodonpa
Distance: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
新西原5-6-1
Fujiyoshida-shi, Yamanashi 403-0017

0555-23-2111

, an S&S Worldwide roller coaster located at the Fuji-Q Highland Amusement Park in Fujiyoshida, Yamanashi, Japan, is distinguished as the second roller coaster ever to utilize the power of compressed air to launch its trains. This steel roller coaster made its debut on 21 December 2001, immediately making headlines when it broke two records. First, it attained the title of fastest roller coaster in the world, previously shared by Superman: The Escape and Tower of Terror. Then, it claimed the record for fastest acceleration, previously held by another S&S Worldwide creation, Hypersonic XLC. Today, it is ranked as the fourth fastest roller coaster; however, over the past decade, it has proved unbeatable when it comes to acceleration. Steel fabrication was provided by Intermountain Lift, Inc.With all of its credentials, Dodonpa is frequently ranked in the top 10 best/most extreme/scariest roller coasters in the world by Time Magazine, Travel + Leisure, AYNILists, About.com, and Travel Around the World.Speed and AccelerationThis 55 second ride takes the rider across of steel tracks, and peaks at a maximum height of 42 metres. Reaching top speeds of 107 mph, Dodonpa retained the title of world's fastest roller coaster for nearly a year and a half before Cedar Point's Top Thrill Dragster took it in May 2003. Previous to Dodonpa, only two other roller coasters had broken the 100 mph barrier; today, that number has risen to six (including Dodonpa).

Dodonpa
Distance: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
新西原5-6-1
Fujiyoshida-shi, Yamanashi 403-0017

0555-23-2111

, an S&S Worldwide roller coaster located at the Fuji-Q Highland Amusement Park in Fujiyoshida, Yamanashi, Japan, is distinguished as the second roller coaster ever to utilize the power of compressed air to launch its trains. This steel roller coaster made its debut on 21 December 2001, immediately making headlines when it broke two records. First, it attained the title of fastest roller coaster in the world, previously shared by Superman: The Escape and Tower of Terror. Then, it claimed the record for fastest acceleration, previously held by another S&S Worldwide creation, Hypersonic XLC. Today, it is ranked as the fourth fastest roller coaster; however, over the past decade, it has proved unbeatable when it comes to acceleration. Steel fabrication was provided by Intermountain Lift, Inc.With all of its credentials, Dodonpa is frequently ranked in the top 10 best/most extreme/scariest roller coasters in the world by Time Magazine, Travel + Leisure, AYNILists, About.com, and Travel Around the World.Speed and AccelerationThis 55 second ride takes the rider across of steel tracks, and peaks at a maximum height of 42 metres. Reaching top speeds of 107 mph, Dodonpa retained the title of world's fastest roller coaster for nearly a year and a half before Cedar Point's Top Thrill Dragster took it in May 2003. Previous to Dodonpa, only two other roller coasters had broken the 100 mph barrier; today, that number has risen to six (including Dodonpa).

Eejanaika
Distance: 0.1 mi 詳しくは
山梨県甲府市丸の内1丁目19−16
Fujiyoshida-shi, Yamanashi 400-0031

055-237-1331

ええじゃないか(EEJANAIKA, The 4th Dimention Coaster)は、山梨県富士吉田市にある遊園地、富士急ハイランドのローラーコースターのひとつ。2006年7月19日に登場。FUJIYAMA、ドドンパ、高飛車と共に同園「4大コースター」となっている。公式なロゴでは2文字目の「え」は天地が逆に書かれている。キャッチコピーは「前後左右、東西南北、驚天動地の大回転」。概要従来のコースターのループやひねりに加え、座席自体が前後方向に回転する機構を持つ、日本初・世界で2台目の四次元コースターである。総回転数14回というギネス記録を打ち立てた。ギネス認定証には「足が頭よりも上にくる回数が14回」と書かれている。これはギネスブックにおいて、ローラーコースターの回転の基準がそのようになっているためである。スタート時はいきなり後ろ向きから。制御室のスタッフが「ぐるぐる回るけどええかな〜?」と言うと全員で「ええじゃないか〜!!」と叫ぶ。するとスタッフの手拍子で「ええじゃないかええじゃないか〜♪」と歌いだしスタート(開業からしばらくは拍手のみでスタート)。そして約76mの高さから89度の角度で落下し、ループやひねりのあるコースを走行する。FUJIYAMA・ドドンパ同様、コース途中にライドフォトカメラを設置。乗車後にフォトショップ「踊る撮影局」で購入できる。フォトとシールの2種類。車両回転する機構をもった車両は長さが16m、幅が6mと一般のコースターよりもかなり大きい。また、レールから座席が大きくはみ出しており、乗客はレールが視界から見えにくいため開放感を味わえる。座席が回転するため、安全装置はFUJIYAMAやドドンパに比べ厳重なものになっている。上半身を支える観音開き式のハーネスは上下にスライドするため、肩にしっかり当たるようになっている。肩の当たる部分には顔をぶつけないよう厚いクッションが付いている。このハーネスは非常に固く、スタッフにやってもらう必要がある。その他、腰に締める巻き取り式シートベルト、左右のハーネスをつなぐベルト、ハーネスと座席をつなぐベルトがある。上半身は厳重なのに対し、下半身は膝から下がぶら下がった状態であるため、乗車中は足が勢いよく振られる。座席に足をぶつけることがよくあったためか、開業後しばらくして、ふくらはぎの部分にクッションが付けられた。コース概要 巻き上げ プラットホームを出ると180度ターンして巻き上げに入るが、このターン部分で座席が後ろに倒れ、頭が下の状態になる。巻き上げ手前で座席は仰向けの状態になり、そのまま地上76mまで上昇する。 ファーストドロップ 頂上に到着すると一旦バウンドし、直後に座席が前方に倒れ、真下を向いた状態で一気に落下する。曲線部分に差し掛かる直前で座席が前方に回転、後ろ向きで最高速度126km/hに到達し、その勢いのままループに突入する。 インサイドレイブンターン ループ状のレールの内側を、座席がレールに背を向けた状態で頭から上昇していく。ループの頂上付近で座席が後方に回転した後、前向きで傾斜を落下していく。ライドフォトのカメラはここにあるが、カメラ目線で写るには非常に難しい。 フルツイスティング&フルフロントフリップ レールが360度ひねられたコースを、座席が前方に360度回転しながら走行する。座席は逆さまにならず、前向き→後ろ向き→前向きという乗車感覚になる。 バンク大カーブ 座席がレールと向かい合った状態で足から突入する。レールのバンク角が90度以上あるので少し下を向いて走行する形になり、空を飛んでいる感覚を味わえる。カーブの終盤は駅舎ギリギリを走行する。 ハーフツイスティング&ハーフバックフリップ レールが180度ひねられたコースを、座席が後方に180度回転しながら走行する。通過後は必然的に後ろ向きに走行する。2回目のループ直後にもある。 アウトサイドレイブンターン 後ろ向きで突入し、頂上で座席が前方に倒れ、レールの外側を座席とレールが向かい合った状態で走行する。 ブレーキゾーン 2回目のハーフツイスティングを通過すると、突然座席が前方に倒れ、元に戻るという動きをして徐行しながらプラットホームへ入る。冬場では摩擦の関係で停止することが多く、後方の座席では座席が前に傾いた状態で止まることがある。

Fujikyu-Highland Station
Distance: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
富士河口湖町船津 6663
Minamitsuru-gun, Yamanashi 401-0301

후지큐 하이랜드 역은 일본 야마나시 현 미나미쓰루 군 후지카와구치코 정에 위치한 철도역이다.역세권 정보 후지 급행 본사 후지큐 하이랜드 국도 제137호선 주오 자동차도 가와구치 호 나들목역사 1961년 12월 1일: 하이랜드 역으로서 영업을 개시함. 1981년 1월 11일: 역 명칭을 후지큐 하이랜드 역으로 변경함.바깥 고리 후지큐 하이랜드 역

Amusement and Theme Park 近く 富士急ハイランド

Fuji-Q Highland
Distance: 0.1 mi 詳しくは
新西原5−6−1
Fujiyoshida-shi, Yamanashi 403-0017

0555-24-6711

Fuji-Q Highland is an amusement park in Fujiyoshida, Yamanashi, Japan. it was opened on 2 March 1968.The theme park is near the base of Mount Fuji. It has a number of roller coasters, as well as two haunted attractions: the Haunted Hospital, the world's second largest haunted attraction, and the newly built Hopeless Fortress. Other attractions include Thomas Land, a children's area with a Thomas the Tank Engine theme and attractions themed to Gundam and Evangelion.In 2006, on the 9th Season of The Amazing Race, the final 3 teams came here and rode Tondemina, Dodonpa and Fujiyama looking for a clue to their next destination.Fuji-Q's most famous roller coasters are the following:Fujiyama, 79 metres tall, 130 km/h, opened in 1996 and 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, 52 metres tall, 172 km/h, opened in 2001 and was once the world's fastest roller coaster. As of 2013 it is the 4th fastest in the world but still has the highest acceleration at launch time.Eejanaika, 76 metres tall, 126 km/h, opened in 2006 and 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.Takabisha, opened on 16 July 2011, contains a 121° freefall, as well as seven major twists over 1000 metres of track, and a drop of 43 metres. As of December 2016, Takabisha holds the world record for the steepest roller coaster in the world.

FujiQ Highland Theme Park, Tokyo
Distance: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
新西原5-6-1
Fujiyoshida-shi, Yamanashi 403-0017

0555-24-6711

高飛車
Distance: 0.0 mi 詳しくは
Shinjuku 6chome
Fujiyoshida-shi, Yamanashi 403-0017

0555-24-6711

トーマスランド(富士急ハイランド)
Distance: 0.1 mi 詳しくは
新西原5-6-1
Fujiyoshida-shi, Yamanashi 403-0017

0555-23-2111

トーマスランド(富士急ハイランド)
Distance: 0.1 mi 詳しくは
新西原5-6-1
Fujiyoshida-shi, Yamanashi 403-0017

0555-23-2111

Fuji-Q
Distance: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
新西原5-6-1
Fujiyoshida-shi, Yamanashi

Fuji-Q
Distance: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
新西原5-6-1
Fujiyoshida-shi, Yamanashi

FUJIYAMA
Distance: 0.0 mi 詳しくは
3-2-23
Fujiyoshida-shi, Yamanashi

ええじゃないか
Distance: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
山梨県甲府市丸の内1丁目19−16
Fujiyoshida-shi, Yamanashi 400-0031

055-237-1331

リサとガスパール タウン
Distance: 0.1 mi 詳しくは
新西原5-6-1
Fujiyoshida-shi, Yamanashi 403-0017

0555-23-2111

Fujikyu Highland
Distance: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
新西原5丁目6−1
Fujiyoshida-shi, Yamanashi 403-0017

0555-23-2111

Fujikyu
Distance: 0.0 mi 詳しくは
新西原5-6-1
Fujiyoshida-shi, Yamanashi 403-0017

0555-23-2111

Fujikyu
Distance: 0.0 mi 詳しくは
新西原5-6-1
Fujiyoshida-shi, Yamanashi 403-0017

0555-23-2111

Eejanaika
Distance: 0.1 mi 詳しくは
山梨県甲府市丸の内1丁目19−16
Fujiyoshida-shi, Yamanashi 400-0031

055-237-1331

Eejanaika is a steel 4th Dimension roller coaster at Fuji-Q Highland in Fujiyoshida, Yamanashi, Japan. The ride is the world's second 4th Dimension coaster. Eejanaika is the taller, faster, and longer of the two.The roller coaster, designed by S&S Arrow, is a "4th Dimension" coaster, a design in which the seats can rotate forward or backward 360 degrees in a controlled spin. This is achieved by having four rails on the track: two of these are running rails while the other two are for spin control. The two rails that control the spin of the seats move up and down relative to the track and spin the seats using a rack and pinion gear mechanism.Eejanaika has the second "え" turned upside down for the roller coaster's official spelling. Eejanaika has several meanings, but means "Ain't it great!" According to the Guinness Book of World Records, Eejanaika is the roller coaster with the most inversions in the world. Throughout the ride, the riders go through 14 inversions. However, most of these inversions are accomplished by spinning the seats rather than actually inverting the track.The track itself only inverts three times - Inside raven turn (½)full-full/zero-g roll (1)fly to lie (½)outside raven turn (½)half camelback twist (½)This has led to some controversy in the roller coaster enthusiast community concerning the legitimacy of Eejanaika's claim. The Roller Coaster DataBase does not acknowledge these seat inversions for the purpose of record-holding.

Dodonpa
Distance: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
新西原5-6-1
Fujiyoshida-shi, Yamanashi 403-0017

0555-23-2111

, an S&S Worldwide roller coaster located at the Fuji-Q Highland Amusement Park in Fujiyoshida, Yamanashi, Japan, is distinguished as the second roller coaster ever to utilize the power of compressed air to launch its trains. This steel roller coaster made its debut on 21 December 2001, immediately making headlines when it broke two records. First, it attained the title of fastest roller coaster in the world, previously shared by Superman: The Escape and Tower of Terror. Then, it claimed the record for fastest acceleration, previously held by another S&S Worldwide creation, Hypersonic XLC. Today, it is ranked as the fourth fastest roller coaster; however, over the past decade, it has proved unbeatable when it comes to acceleration. Steel fabrication was provided by Intermountain Lift, Inc.With all of its credentials, Dodonpa is frequently ranked in the top 10 best/most extreme/scariest roller coasters in the world by Time Magazine, Travel + Leisure, AYNILists, About.com, and Travel Around the World.Speed and AccelerationThis 55 second ride takes the rider across of steel tracks, and peaks at a maximum height of 42 metres. Reaching top speeds of 107 mph, Dodonpa retained the title of world's fastest roller coaster for nearly a year and a half before Cedar Point's Top Thrill Dragster took it in May 2003. Previous to Dodonpa, only two other roller coasters had broken the 100 mph barrier; today, that number has risen to six (including Dodonpa).

Dodonpa
Distance: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
新西原5-6-1
Fujiyoshida-shi, Yamanashi 403-0017

0555-23-2111

, an S&S Worldwide roller coaster located at the Fuji-Q Highland Amusement Park in Fujiyoshida, Yamanashi, Japan, is distinguished as the second roller coaster ever to utilize the power of compressed air to launch its trains. This steel roller coaster made its debut on 21 December 2001, immediately making headlines when it broke two records. First, it attained the title of fastest roller coaster in the world, previously shared by Superman: The Escape and Tower of Terror. Then, it claimed the record for fastest acceleration, previously held by another S&S Worldwide creation, Hypersonic XLC. Today, it is ranked as the fourth fastest roller coaster; however, over the past decade, it has proved unbeatable when it comes to acceleration. Steel fabrication was provided by Intermountain Lift, Inc.With all of its credentials, Dodonpa is frequently ranked in the top 10 best/most extreme/scariest roller coasters in the world by Time Magazine, Travel + Leisure, AYNILists, About.com, and Travel Around the World.Speed and AccelerationThis 55 second ride takes the rider across of steel tracks, and peaks at a maximum height of 42 metres. Reaching top speeds of 107 mph, Dodonpa retained the title of world's fastest roller coaster for nearly a year and a half before Cedar Point's Top Thrill Dragster took it in May 2003. Previous to Dodonpa, only two other roller coasters had broken the 100 mph barrier; today, that number has risen to six (including Dodonpa).

Eejanaika
Distance: 0.1 mi 詳しくは
山梨県甲府市丸の内1丁目19−16
Fujiyoshida-shi, Yamanashi 400-0031

055-237-1331

ええじゃないか(EEJANAIKA, The 4th Dimention Coaster)は、山梨県富士吉田市にある遊園地、富士急ハイランドのローラーコースターのひとつ。2006年7月19日に登場。FUJIYAMA、ドドンパ、高飛車と共に同園「4大コースター」となっている。公式なロゴでは2文字目の「え」は天地が逆に書かれている。キャッチコピーは「前後左右、東西南北、驚天動地の大回転」。概要従来のコースターのループやひねりに加え、座席自体が前後方向に回転する機構を持つ、日本初・世界で2台目の四次元コースターである。総回転数14回というギネス記録を打ち立てた。ギネス認定証には「足が頭よりも上にくる回数が14回」と書かれている。これはギネスブックにおいて、ローラーコースターの回転の基準がそのようになっているためである。スタート時はいきなり後ろ向きから。制御室のスタッフが「ぐるぐる回るけどええかな〜?」と言うと全員で「ええじゃないか〜!!」と叫ぶ。するとスタッフの手拍子で「ええじゃないかええじゃないか〜♪」と歌いだしスタート(開業からしばらくは拍手のみでスタート)。そして約76mの高さから89度の角度で落下し、ループやひねりのあるコースを走行する。FUJIYAMA・ドドンパ同様、コース途中にライドフォトカメラを設置。乗車後にフォトショップ「踊る撮影局」で購入できる。フォトとシールの2種類。車両回転する機構をもった車両は長さが16m、幅が6mと一般のコースターよりもかなり大きい。また、レールから座席が大きくはみ出しており、乗客はレールが視界から見えにくいため開放感を味わえる。座席が回転するため、安全装置はFUJIYAMAやドドンパに比べ厳重なものになっている。上半身を支える観音開き式のハーネスは上下にスライドするため、肩にしっかり当たるようになっている。肩の当たる部分には顔をぶつけないよう厚いクッションが付いている。このハーネスは非常に固く、スタッフにやってもらう必要がある。その他、腰に締める巻き取り式シートベルト、左右のハーネスをつなぐベルト、ハーネスと座席をつなぐベルトがある。上半身は厳重なのに対し、下半身は膝から下がぶら下がった状態であるため、乗車中は足が勢いよく振られる。座席に足をぶつけることがよくあったためか、開業後しばらくして、ふくらはぎの部分にクッションが付けられた。コース概要 巻き上げ プラットホームを出ると180度ターンして巻き上げに入るが、このターン部分で座席が後ろに倒れ、頭が下の状態になる。巻き上げ手前で座席は仰向けの状態になり、そのまま地上76mまで上昇する。 ファーストドロップ 頂上に到着すると一旦バウンドし、直後に座席が前方に倒れ、真下を向いた状態で一気に落下する。曲線部分に差し掛かる直前で座席が前方に回転、後ろ向きで最高速度126km/hに到達し、その勢いのままループに突入する。 インサイドレイブンターン ループ状のレールの内側を、座席がレールに背を向けた状態で頭から上昇していく。ループの頂上付近で座席が後方に回転した後、前向きで傾斜を落下していく。ライドフォトのカメラはここにあるが、カメラ目線で写るには非常に難しい。 フルツイスティング&フルフロントフリップ レールが360度ひねられたコースを、座席が前方に360度回転しながら走行する。座席は逆さまにならず、前向き→後ろ向き→前向きという乗車感覚になる。 バンク大カーブ 座席がレールと向かい合った状態で足から突入する。レールのバンク角が90度以上あるので少し下を向いて走行する形になり、空を飛んでいる感覚を味わえる。カーブの終盤は駅舎ギリギリを走行する。 ハーフツイスティング&ハーフバックフリップ レールが180度ひねられたコースを、座席が後方に180度回転しながら走行する。通過後は必然的に後ろ向きに走行する。2回目のループ直後にもある。 アウトサイドレイブンターン 後ろ向きで突入し、頂上で座席が前方に倒れ、レールの外側を座席とレールが向かい合った状態で走行する。 ブレーキゾーン 2回目のハーフツイスティングを通過すると、突然座席が前方に倒れ、元に戻るという動きをして徐行しながらプラットホームへ入る。冬場では摩擦の関係で停止することが多く、後方の座席では座席が前に傾いた状態で止まることがある。

Fujikyu-Highland Station
Distance: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
富士河口湖町船津 6663
Minamitsuru-gun, Yamanashi 401-0301

후지큐 하이랜드 역은 일본 야마나시 현 미나미쓰루 군 후지카와구치코 정에 위치한 철도역이다.역세권 정보 후지 급행 본사 후지큐 하이랜드 국도 제137호선 주오 자동차도 가와구치 호 나들목역사 1961년 12월 1일: 하이랜드 역으로서 영업을 개시함. 1981년 1월 11일: 역 명칭을 후지큐 하이랜드 역으로 변경함.바깥 고리 후지큐 하이랜드 역

Landmark and Historical Place 近く 富士急ハイランド

Kawaguchiko Station
Distance: 1.0 mi 詳しくは
富士河口湖町船津3641
Minamitsuru-gun, Yamanashi 401-0301

河口湖駅(かわぐちこえき)は、山梨県南都留郡富士河口湖町船津にある富士急行河口湖線の駅。駅番号はFJ18。同線の終点である。標高857m。歴史 1950年(昭和25年)8月24日 - 富士山麓電気鉄道により開業。 1960年(昭和35年)5月30日 - 社名変更により富士急行の駅となる。 1997年(平成9年) - 「関東の駅百選」に選定される。選定理由は「富士山をバックにしスイスをイメージした駅」。 2006年(平成18年)3月24日 - 新駅舎使用開始。駅構造島式ホーム2面3線の地上駅であり、ホーム西側に構内踏切がある。また、駅構内南側に多くの留置線が設置されている(出入りは西側にある引き上げ線を介して行う)。駅舎は2006年(平成18年)に建てられた木造の駅舎であり、高速バスの窓口、物産館(御土産店)、喫茶店が同居している。また、駅前広場には、富士急行の旧社名である富士山麓電気鉄道のモ1形電車が静態保存されている。また、留置線と駅構内を利用して鉄道の日を記念し、毎年11月頃に「富士急電車まつり」が開催される。また、トイレとコインロッカーが改札外にある。

新屋山神社
Distance: 1.7 mi 詳しくは
富士吉田市新屋1230(本宫)
Fujiyoshida-shi, Yamanashi 403-0006

0555240932

Fujiyama
Distance: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
山梨県富士吉田市新西原5-6-1
Minamitsuru-gun, Yamanashi

Fujiyama is a steel roller coaster at Fuji-Q Highland, Fujiyoshida, Yamanashi, Japan. When Fujiyama opened in 1996 it was the world's tallest roller coaster at 259ft, and had the largest drop in the world at 230ft. Fujiyama was also the world's fastest roller coaster for a year of its operation, succeeded by Tower of Terror at Dreamworld theme park in Queensland, Australia in 1997. Despite being the world's fastest roller coaster in operation for a year, Fujiyama set no world records for roller coaster speed. Steel Phantom at Kennywood set the world record for speed before engineers added additional brakes to slow the ride down because of safety and rider comfort concerns.NameFujiyama is named after the iconic Mount Fuji, which stands to the west of Tokyo. The term Fujiyama comes from "fuji", and "yama" which means mountain. Mount Fuji is seldom referred to as "Fujiyama" in Japanese culture, but is instead more commonly referred to as "Fujisan", using the on'yomi pronunciation of the "mountain" character. The roller coaster Fujiyama is named as a play on the common foreign mistranslation.

富士浅間神社
Distance: 1.3 mi 詳しくは
上吉田5558
Fujiyoshida-shi, Yamanashi

Mt. Fuji climbing item Rental SHOP
Distance: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
富士河口湖町船津6663-11 富士急ハイランド駅裏
Minamitsuru-gun, Yamanashi 401-0301

0555-21-1888

LaMont(ラモント)は、「気軽に」「楽しく」「安全に」をコンセプトにした富士登山専門のレンタルショップです。 手ぶらで来店されても、その場で登山準備を整え登山に直行できます。 下山後はそのまま返却していただけますので、後片付けも不要でらくらく! La Mont is a rental store for climbers. We can offer the top of the line equipment at reasonable prices. After climbing, just return the equipment, without cleaning!

Eejanaika
Distance: 0.1 mi 詳しくは
山梨県甲府市丸の内1丁目19−16
Fujiyoshida-shi, Yamanashi 400-0031

055-237-1331

Eejanaika is a steel 4th Dimension roller coaster at Fuji-Q Highland in Fujiyoshida, Yamanashi, Japan. The ride is the world's second 4th Dimension coaster. Eejanaika is the taller, faster, and longer of the two.The roller coaster, designed by S&S Arrow, is a "4th Dimension" coaster, a design in which the seats can rotate forward or backward 360 degrees in a controlled spin. This is achieved by having four rails on the track: two of these are running rails while the other two are for spin control. The two rails that control the spin of the seats move up and down relative to the track and spin the seats using a rack and pinion gear mechanism.Eejanaika has the second "え" turned upside down for the roller coaster's official spelling. Eejanaika has several meanings, but means "Ain't it great!" According to the Guinness Book of World Records, Eejanaika is the roller coaster with the most inversions in the world. Throughout the ride, the riders go through 14 inversions. However, most of these inversions are accomplished by spinning the seats rather than actually inverting the track.The track itself only inverts three times - Inside raven turn (½)full-full/zero-g roll (1)fly to lie (½)outside raven turn (½)half camelback twist (½)This has led to some controversy in the roller coaster enthusiast community concerning the legitimacy of Eejanaika's claim. The Roller Coaster DataBase does not acknowledge these seat inversions for the purpose of record-holding.

Dodonpa
Distance: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
新西原5-6-1
Fujiyoshida-shi, Yamanashi 403-0017

0555-23-2111

, an S&S Worldwide roller coaster located at the Fuji-Q Highland Amusement Park in Fujiyoshida, Yamanashi, Japan, is distinguished as the second roller coaster ever to utilize the power of compressed air to launch its trains. This steel roller coaster made its debut on 21 December 2001, immediately making headlines when it broke two records. First, it attained the title of fastest roller coaster in the world, previously shared by Superman: The Escape and Tower of Terror. Then, it claimed the record for fastest acceleration, previously held by another S&S Worldwide creation, Hypersonic XLC. Today, it is ranked as the fourth fastest roller coaster; however, over the past decade, it has proved unbeatable when it comes to acceleration. Steel fabrication was provided by Intermountain Lift, Inc.With all of its credentials, Dodonpa is frequently ranked in the top 10 best/most extreme/scariest roller coasters in the world by Time Magazine, Travel + Leisure, AYNILists, About.com, and Travel Around the World.Speed and AccelerationThis 55 second ride takes the rider across of steel tracks, and peaks at a maximum height of 42 metres. Reaching top speeds of 107 mph, Dodonpa retained the title of world's fastest roller coaster for nearly a year and a half before Cedar Point's Top Thrill Dragster took it in May 2003. Previous to Dodonpa, only two other roller coasters had broken the 100 mph barrier; today, that number has risen to six (including Dodonpa).

Fujisanwor World Heritage Center/富士山世界遺産センター
Distance: 0.5 mi 詳しくは
富士河口湖町船津6663-1
Minamitsuru-gun, Yamanashi 401-0301

0555-72-0259

Roller Coaster 近く 富士急ハイランド

高飛車
Distance: 0.0 mi 詳しくは
Shinjuku 6chome
Fujiyoshida-shi, Yamanashi 403-0017

0555-24-6711

FUJIYAMA
Distance: 0.0 mi 詳しくは
3-2-23
Fujiyoshida-shi, Yamanashi

Fujiyama
Distance: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
山梨県富士吉田市新西原5-6-1
Minamitsuru-gun, Yamanashi

Fujiyama is a steel roller coaster at Fuji-Q Highland, Fujiyoshida, Yamanashi, Japan. When Fujiyama opened in 1996 it was the world's tallest roller coaster at 259ft, and had the largest drop in the world at 230ft. Fujiyama was also the world's fastest roller coaster for a year of its operation, succeeded by Tower of Terror at Dreamworld theme park in Queensland, Australia in 1997. Despite being the world's fastest roller coaster in operation for a year, Fujiyama set no world records for roller coaster speed. Steel Phantom at Kennywood set the world record for speed before engineers added additional brakes to slow the ride down because of safety and rider comfort concerns.NameFujiyama is named after the iconic Mount Fuji, which stands to the west of Tokyo. The term Fujiyama comes from "fuji", and "yama" which means mountain. Mount Fuji is seldom referred to as "Fujiyama" in Japanese culture, but is instead more commonly referred to as "Fujisan", using the on'yomi pronunciation of the "mountain" character. The roller coaster Fujiyama is named as a play on the common foreign mistranslation.

Eejanaika
Distance: 0.1 mi 詳しくは
山梨県甲府市丸の内1丁目19−16
Fujiyoshida-shi, Yamanashi 400-0031

055-237-1331

Eejanaika is a steel 4th Dimension roller coaster at Fuji-Q Highland in Fujiyoshida, Yamanashi, Japan. The ride is the world's second 4th Dimension coaster. Eejanaika is the taller, faster, and longer of the two.The roller coaster, designed by S&S Arrow, is a "4th Dimension" coaster, a design in which the seats can rotate forward or backward 360 degrees in a controlled spin. This is achieved by having four rails on the track: two of these are running rails while the other two are for spin control. The two rails that control the spin of the seats move up and down relative to the track and spin the seats using a rack and pinion gear mechanism.Eejanaika has the second "え" turned upside down for the roller coaster's official spelling. Eejanaika has several meanings, but means "Ain't it great!" According to the Guinness Book of World Records, Eejanaika is the roller coaster with the most inversions in the world. Throughout the ride, the riders go through 14 inversions. However, most of these inversions are accomplished by spinning the seats rather than actually inverting the track.The track itself only inverts three times - Inside raven turn (½)full-full/zero-g roll (1)fly to lie (½)outside raven turn (½)half camelback twist (½)This has led to some controversy in the roller coaster enthusiast community concerning the legitimacy of Eejanaika's claim. The Roller Coaster DataBase does not acknowledge these seat inversions for the purpose of record-holding.

Dodonpa
Distance: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
新西原5-6-1
Fujiyoshida-shi, Yamanashi 403-0017

0555-23-2111

, an S&S Worldwide roller coaster located at the Fuji-Q Highland Amusement Park in Fujiyoshida, Yamanashi, Japan, is distinguished as the second roller coaster ever to utilize the power of compressed air to launch its trains. This steel roller coaster made its debut on 21 December 2001, immediately making headlines when it broke two records. First, it attained the title of fastest roller coaster in the world, previously shared by Superman: The Escape and Tower of Terror. Then, it claimed the record for fastest acceleration, previously held by another S&S Worldwide creation, Hypersonic XLC. Today, it is ranked as the fourth fastest roller coaster; however, over the past decade, it has proved unbeatable when it comes to acceleration. Steel fabrication was provided by Intermountain Lift, Inc.With all of its credentials, Dodonpa is frequently ranked in the top 10 best/most extreme/scariest roller coasters in the world by Time Magazine, Travel + Leisure, AYNILists, About.com, and Travel Around the World.Speed and AccelerationThis 55 second ride takes the rider across of steel tracks, and peaks at a maximum height of 42 metres. Reaching top speeds of 107 mph, Dodonpa retained the title of world's fastest roller coaster for nearly a year and a half before Cedar Point's Top Thrill Dragster took it in May 2003. Previous to Dodonpa, only two other roller coasters had broken the 100 mph barrier; today, that number has risen to six (including Dodonpa).

Eejanaika
Distance: 0.1 mi 詳しくは
山梨県甲府市丸の内1丁目19−16
Fujiyoshida-shi, Yamanashi 400-0031

055-237-1331

ええじゃないか(EEJANAIKA, The 4th Dimention Coaster)は、山梨県富士吉田市にある遊園地、富士急ハイランドのローラーコースターのひとつ。2006年7月19日に登場。FUJIYAMA、ドドンパ、高飛車と共に同園「4大コースター」となっている。公式なロゴでは2文字目の「え」は天地が逆に書かれている。キャッチコピーは「前後左右、東西南北、驚天動地の大回転」。概要従来のコースターのループやひねりに加え、座席自体が前後方向に回転する機構を持つ、日本初・世界で2台目の四次元コースターである。総回転数14回というギネス記録を打ち立てた。ギネス認定証には「足が頭よりも上にくる回数が14回」と書かれている。これはギネスブックにおいて、ローラーコースターの回転の基準がそのようになっているためである。スタート時はいきなり後ろ向きから。制御室のスタッフが「ぐるぐる回るけどええかな〜?」と言うと全員で「ええじゃないか〜!!」と叫ぶ。するとスタッフの手拍子で「ええじゃないかええじゃないか〜♪」と歌いだしスタート(開業からしばらくは拍手のみでスタート)。そして約76mの高さから89度の角度で落下し、ループやひねりのあるコースを走行する。FUJIYAMA・ドドンパ同様、コース途中にライドフォトカメラを設置。乗車後にフォトショップ「踊る撮影局」で購入できる。フォトとシールの2種類。車両回転する機構をもった車両は長さが16m、幅が6mと一般のコースターよりもかなり大きい。また、レールから座席が大きくはみ出しており、乗客はレールが視界から見えにくいため開放感を味わえる。座席が回転するため、安全装置はFUJIYAMAやドドンパに比べ厳重なものになっている。上半身を支える観音開き式のハーネスは上下にスライドするため、肩にしっかり当たるようになっている。肩の当たる部分には顔をぶつけないよう厚いクッションが付いている。このハーネスは非常に固く、スタッフにやってもらう必要がある。その他、腰に締める巻き取り式シートベルト、左右のハーネスをつなぐベルト、ハーネスと座席をつなぐベルトがある。上半身は厳重なのに対し、下半身は膝から下がぶら下がった状態であるため、乗車中は足が勢いよく振られる。座席に足をぶつけることがよくあったためか、開業後しばらくして、ふくらはぎの部分にクッションが付けられた。コース概要 巻き上げ プラットホームを出ると180度ターンして巻き上げに入るが、このターン部分で座席が後ろに倒れ、頭が下の状態になる。巻き上げ手前で座席は仰向けの状態になり、そのまま地上76mまで上昇する。 ファーストドロップ 頂上に到着すると一旦バウンドし、直後に座席が前方に倒れ、真下を向いた状態で一気に落下する。曲線部分に差し掛かる直前で座席が前方に回転、後ろ向きで最高速度126km/hに到達し、その勢いのままループに突入する。 インサイドレイブンターン ループ状のレールの内側を、座席がレールに背を向けた状態で頭から上昇していく。ループの頂上付近で座席が後方に回転した後、前向きで傾斜を落下していく。ライドフォトのカメラはここにあるが、カメラ目線で写るには非常に難しい。 フルツイスティング&フルフロントフリップ レールが360度ひねられたコースを、座席が前方に360度回転しながら走行する。座席は逆さまにならず、前向き→後ろ向き→前向きという乗車感覚になる。 バンク大カーブ 座席がレールと向かい合った状態で足から突入する。レールのバンク角が90度以上あるので少し下を向いて走行する形になり、空を飛んでいる感覚を味わえる。カーブの終盤は駅舎ギリギリを走行する。 ハーフツイスティング&ハーフバックフリップ レールが180度ひねられたコースを、座席が後方に180度回転しながら走行する。通過後は必然的に後ろ向きに走行する。2回目のループ直後にもある。 アウトサイドレイブンターン 後ろ向きで突入し、頂上で座席が前方に倒れ、レールの外側を座席とレールが向かい合った状態で走行する。 ブレーキゾーン 2回目のハーフツイスティングを通過すると、突然座席が前方に倒れ、元に戻るという動きをして徐行しながらプラットホームへ入る。冬場では摩擦の関係で停止することが多く、後方の座席では座席が前に傾いた状態で止まることがある。

Theme Park 近く 富士急ハイランド

Fuji-Q Highland
Distance: 0.1 mi 詳しくは
新西原5−6−1
Fujiyoshida-shi, Yamanashi 403-0017

0555-24-6711

Fuji-Q Highland is an amusement park in Fujiyoshida, Yamanashi, Japan. it was opened on 2 March 1968.The theme park is near the base of Mount Fuji. It has a number of roller coasters, as well as two haunted attractions: the Haunted Hospital, the world's second largest haunted attraction, and the newly built Hopeless Fortress. Other attractions include Thomas Land, a children's area with a Thomas the Tank Engine theme and attractions themed to Gundam and Evangelion.In 2006, on the 9th Season of The Amazing Race, the final 3 teams came here and rode Tondemina, Dodonpa and Fujiyama looking for a clue to their next destination.Fuji-Q's most famous roller coasters are the following:Fujiyama, 79 metres tall, 130 km/h, opened in 1996 and 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, 52 metres tall, 172 km/h, opened in 2001 and was once the world's fastest roller coaster. As of 2013 it is the 4th fastest in the world but still has the highest acceleration at launch time.Eejanaika, 76 metres tall, 126 km/h, opened in 2006 and 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.Takabisha, opened on 16 July 2011, contains a 121° freefall, as well as seven major twists over 1000 metres of track, and a drop of 43 metres. As of December 2016, Takabisha holds the world record for the steepest roller coaster in the world.

FujiQ Highland Theme Park, Tokyo
Distance: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
新西原5-6-1
Fujiyoshida-shi, Yamanashi 403-0017

0555-24-6711

トーマスランド(富士急ハイランド)
Distance: 0.1 mi 詳しくは
新西原5-6-1
Fujiyoshida-shi, Yamanashi 403-0017

0555-23-2111

Fuji-Q
Distance: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
新西原5-6-1
Fujiyoshida-shi, Yamanashi

FUJIYAMA
Distance: 0.0 mi 詳しくは
3-2-23
Fujiyoshida-shi, Yamanashi

リサとガスパール タウン
Distance: 0.1 mi 詳しくは
新西原5-6-1
Fujiyoshida-shi, Yamanashi 403-0017

0555-23-2111

ドドンパ @富士Q
Distance: 0.1 mi 詳しくは
新西原5-6-1
Fujiyoshida-shi, Yamanashi 403-0017

0555-23-2111

Fujikyu
Distance: 0.0 mi 詳しくは
新西原5-6-1
Fujiyoshida-shi, Yamanashi 403-0017

0555-23-2111

Landmark and Historical Place 近く 富士急ハイランド

Eejanaika
距離: 0.1 mi 詳しくは
山梨県甲府市丸の内1丁目19−16
Fujiyoshida-shi, Yamanashi 400-0031

055-237-1331

Eejanaika is a steel 4th Dimension roller coaster at Fuji-Q Highland in Fujiyoshida, Yamanashi, Japan. The ride is the world's second 4th Dimension coaster. Eejanaika is the taller, faster, and longer of the two.The roller coaster, designed by S&S Arrow, is a "4th Dimension" coaster, a design in which the seats can rotate forward or backward 360 degrees in a controlled spin. This is achieved by having four rails on the track: two of these are running rails while the other two are for spin control. The two rails that control the spin of the seats move up and down relative to the track and spin the seats using a rack and pinion gear mechanism.Eejanaika has the second "え" turned upside down for the roller coaster's official spelling. Eejanaika has several meanings, but means "Ain't it great!" According to the Guinness Book of World Records, Eejanaika is the roller coaster with the most inversions in the world. Throughout the ride, the riders go through 14 inversions. However, most of these inversions are accomplished by spinning the seats rather than actually inverting the track.The track itself only inverts three times - Inside raven turn (½)full-full/zero-g roll (1)fly to lie (½)outside raven turn (½)half camelback twist (½)This has led to some controversy in the roller coaster enthusiast community concerning the legitimacy of Eejanaika's claim. The Roller Coaster DataBase does not acknowledge these seat inversions for the purpose of record-holding.

Dodonpa
距離: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
新西原5-6-1
Fujiyoshida-shi, Yamanashi 403-0017

0555-23-2111

, an S&S Worldwide roller coaster located at the Fuji-Q Highland Amusement Park in Fujiyoshida, Yamanashi, Japan, is distinguished as the second roller coaster ever to utilize the power of compressed air to launch its trains. This steel roller coaster made its debut on 21 December 2001, immediately making headlines when it broke two records. First, it attained the title of fastest roller coaster in the world, previously shared by Superman: The Escape and Tower of Terror. Then, it claimed the record for fastest acceleration, previously held by another S&S Worldwide creation, Hypersonic XLC. Today, it is ranked as the fourth fastest roller coaster; however, over the past decade, it has proved unbeatable when it comes to acceleration. Steel fabrication was provided by Intermountain Lift, Inc.With all of its credentials, Dodonpa is frequently ranked in the top 10 best/most extreme/scariest roller coasters in the world by Time Magazine, Travel + Leisure, AYNILists, About.com, and Travel Around the World.Speed and AccelerationThis 55 second ride takes the rider across of steel tracks, and peaks at a maximum height of 42 metres. Reaching top speeds of 107 mph, Dodonpa retained the title of world's fastest roller coaster for nearly a year and a half before Cedar Point's Top Thrill Dragster took it in May 2003. Previous to Dodonpa, only two other roller coasters had broken the 100 mph barrier; today, that number has risen to six (including Dodonpa).

Fujiyama
距離: 0.2 mi 詳しくは
山梨県富士吉田市新西原5-6-1
Minamitsuru-gun, Yamanashi

Fujiyama is a steel roller coaster at Fuji-Q Highland, Fujiyoshida, Yamanashi, Japan. When Fujiyama opened in 1996 it was the world's tallest roller coaster at 259ft, and had the largest drop in the world at 230ft. Fujiyama was also the world's fastest roller coaster for a year of its operation, succeeded by Tower of Terror at Dreamworld theme park in Queensland, Australia in 1997. Despite being the world's fastest roller coaster in operation for a year, Fujiyama set no world records for roller coaster speed. Steel Phantom at Kennywood set the world record for speed before engineers added additional brakes to slow the ride down because of safety and rider comfort concerns.NameFujiyama is named after the iconic Mount Fuji, which stands to the west of Tokyo. The term Fujiyama comes from "fuji", and "yama" which means mountain. Mount Fuji is seldom referred to as "Fujiyama" in Japanese culture, but is instead more commonly referred to as "Fujisan", using the on'yomi pronunciation of the "mountain" character. The roller coaster Fujiyama is named as a play on the common foreign mistranslation.