Fuji Q Highland Travel Guide

Fuji Q Highland
A must-visit amusement park for adrenaline junkies, including exciting roller coaster rides that allow you to catch a glimpse of the symbol of Japan -- Mount Fuji -- before the largest plunge.

Nearby Food Experiences

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At Sanrokuen, you can try traditional Robatayaki cuisine and local specialties of Yamanashi such as hoto noodles.
Lunch: ¥4,000-5,000
Dinner: ¥4,000-5,000

La Luce (Kawaguchiko)

Local Yamanashi ingredients like Koshu kuroge wagyu black beef and Shingen-dori chicken are transformed into signature Italian dishes at this Fujikawaguchiko restaurant.
Lunch: ¥1,000-4,000
Dinner: ¥1,000-4,000

Shaw's Sushi Bar & Dining

At Shaw's Sushi Bar & Dining, you can savor fresh and local sushi and tempura near Lake Kawaguchiko.
Lunch: ¥1,000-1,999
Dinner: ¥2,000-2,999

Fuji Tempura Idaten

Fuji Tempura Idaten is a tempura restaurant located near Lake Kawaguchi in Yamanashi prefecture with reasonable prices.
Lunch: ¥2,500-4,500
Dinner: ¥2,500-4,500

Ready to scream? Unlike the typical theme parks with a dreamy atmosphere, Fuji-Q Highland is aimed to thrill visitors for the whole day with its numerous roller coasters and haunted houses.

In the “Screamer” section, four major roller coasters break the Guinness World Records in terms of being the tallest, fastest, steepest and having the most inversions. The horror section features the world’s longest-running hospital-themed haunted house. Another highlight of the park is the attractions that are based on popular Japanese animations, like the Naruto series.

The two children’s attractions - Thomas Land and La Ville de Gaspard et Lisa are based on characters in British and French children’s literature, and the Western-style buildings and streets make them good spots for taking photos. Also, it is a bonus for Mount Fuji lovers as the whole park is located at the foot of the mountain, while there is also a museum that displays beautiful arts and paintings of Fuji-san. Finally, the park also includes a wide variety of entertainment that one would expect from an amusement park, such as a merry-go-round and Ferris wheel, which make it an attraction for family, friends, couples, and solo travelers of all ages.

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