Eejanaika is the new steel 4th dimensional roller coaster, that was opened days before I had arrived in Japan. It supposedly translates to “ain’t it great”.
Mum and I at the entrance of Fuji-Q (Fujikyu) High Land
The Fujiyama roller coaster at Fuji-Q (Fujikyu) High Land when opened in July 1996 was the world’s tallest (at 78.9m) coaster, and also had the highest drop at 70m.
The ghost house at Fuji-Q (Fujikyu) High Land. This was super scary! There are REAL humans dressed as ghosts / freaks that literally grab and chase you!!! I’ve never ran faster…
Japan is filled with vending machines for food, drinks, toys… you name it!
TOYOTA Universal Design Showcase @ Mega Web, Tokyo
The sexy Lexus LF-A concept
TOYOTA Universal Design Showcase
Giant Ferris wheel at Palette Town, Odaiba, Tokyo, Japan
Odaiba Venus Fort is a theme-park like shopping mall with a 18th century European street interior.
Ferris wheel at night