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Enjoy a full day of fun at Fuji-Q Highland departing from the bus terminal in Shinjuku, Tokyo. Ride Record-breaking rollercoasters in the world, with an amazing view of Mt. Fuji and visit the nearby Fujiyama Onsen to soak away the adrenaline!

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  • Convenient online booking and round-trip transfer from Shinjuku Station - the easiest way to visit Fuji-Q from Tokyo!
  • Amazing rollercoasters like Eejanaika, Dodonpa or Takeshiba for World Record-breaking thrills
  • Unlimited access to all rides (except Super Scary Labyrinth of Fear)
  • Wash your troubles away with a soak in Fujiyama Onsen
  • Amazing views of Mt Fuji from the rides!

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- Bus Tour departs from Busta Shinjuku Expressway Bus Terminal (South Exit).
- Tour departs between 7:40-8:10am, we will inform you of your departure time when the booking is confirmed.


Important Information

- Super Scary Labyrinth of Fear requires 500 yen additional fee in cash
- Please book your weekend tickets well in advance, because they sell out quickly.


What you need to bring

Your physical ticket as instructed by the Voyagin Team on your message dashboard: www.govoyagin.com/guest/messages


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Reviews (14)

  • Yiu Kong Yiu Kong

    Flexible with the package

    Flexible with the package there you don't need find bus ticket, admission fee and onsen fee,
    but one day is short if you want to play all rides in amusment park, you need buy a vip ticket, coz it takes 2 hours for a most attractive ride, but the package is worth.

  • Tony Tony

    Amazing roller coasters

    Very nice theme park. Bit unfortunate that some of the rides were closed for the day, and some closed very early. The lines are long for the major attractions so make sure you get in early and buy fast passes. Overall rides were awesome!

  • Aliesha Aliesha

    Went for Evangelion World alone and loved it!

    We went just for the Evangelion world, because what's not to love about life size Eva 01 and 02.
    Evangelion world was an absolute blast! would definitely go back again.
    I highly suggest getting to this park when it opens as the lines for rides fill up quick and take ages (most lines are indoors so it's hard to tell) We waited 2 hours for 1 ride and by that time most of the other rides weren't taking any more in the queues as they had filled up for the day.
    But a lovely (and cold!) experience!

  • Tom Tom

    Amazing theme park
    Worth going to for the price
    If you like big and fast roller coasters this is for you ^-^"
    Thanks voyagin ^-^"

  • Chirag Chirag

    Service provided by host is highly expensive. To book tickets on line and getting bus reservation (bus fair not included) charging 36% (2700 JPY) of posted cost.

    Fuji Q experience was awesome. But 2 - 3 hours in queue for each ride. Better check for fast pass option.

  • sim sim

    Amusement park of a smaller scale compared to universal studios and disneyland. But the roller coster rides were superb. Must definately try the 'Fujiyama' ride. Went the haunted house, well frightening for me as i an rather timid. I went on a weekday so its was not as crowded as the 2 other amusement parks if you know about the quening time. Can make a trip there if you have an extra day in tokyo.

  • Henry Henry

    My friends dragged me along to Fuji Q Highland yesterday and subjected me to all kind of world-record holding, unnatural and stomach churning "rides"... wow!! This was actually my first time at a big theme park, and after a baptism of fire on the awesome 'Eejanaika' that flips you upside down 14(!) times I was instantly hooked on rollercoasters! I can't wait to go back! There's certainly nowhere like this in the UK, so I can STRONGLY recommend it to any brits spending time around Tokyo.

  • Kauna Kauna

    What an awesome way to spend a day with friends! As a roller coaster pro I loved every minute of it. It was nice when we were in the queue there was shelter blocking the scorching rays of the sun. I just wish we didn't have to leave! A definite must-try for everyone :)

  • Ignatius Ignatius

    Literally the best day of my life in Japan so far! As the holder of some of the world record for roller coaster in multiple categories, Fuji-Q really lives up to its reputation. The place itself is packed with attraction and it is nicely organized in a land that is not so mindbogglingly big unlike most other theme park, so you don't need to waste time walking trying to find your way around.

    Do mind that the queuing time for some of the most popular attraction during the daylight can be quite long.. So make sure to go with friends, get some nice bear and hotdogs (they sell one of the biggest hotdog I have ever found! and it was delicious!).. and enjoy the rush!

  • Nonoka Nonoka

    We completed most of the big rides! Screaming screaming screaming! That was a fantastic day! Thanks guys! Tokyo Disney's Tower of Terror is nothing for us haha FUJIYAMA was the best ride ever, we thought! The haunted house was super scary though, I'll never visit it again haha.

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