We got a great deal on this, really happy and so worth it. There was just one hiccup, when we arrived at Fuji-Q Highland the girl at the ticket booth had no idea what to do with the print-out/email receipt we gave her. I'm not sure if she was new but she spent about 10mins+ on the phone trying to figure out what to do. After that she came back to us and gave us our ticket/priority pass straight away. So I have to assume either she was new or they had made some sort of mistake on their end. After we got our tickets we had an amazing day nearly wetting ourselves on the scary rides! P.S. Get the priority pass, it saved us at least an hour and a half of waiting in queues (and that was on a week day not during school holidays).
One of a must for a roller coaster lover. I will definitely be back again.
I went to Fuji-Q from Shinjuku, which was over 2 hours journey. But the park is great and totally worth it. I'm definitely going back next time I'm in Japan.Unfortunately, the weather was terrible, raining most of the day. But at 2 moments when the rain stoped for a bit, they opened some rides.So I would advice buying the ticket at the door instead of buying it in advance and risking being in bad weather. Unless you are not going in the rainy season.
hi, I bought a "1-day free pass" from voyagin. that was a great experience when I saw there was a long queue for buying an entrance ticket. but there was a problem for me, I didn't know where should I show my confirmation email to convert my e-ticket into a real paper ticket! I think the counter number 2 or 3 was for a voucher (unfortunately there was a long queue in front of that counter), anyway I asked some people and finally I showed my email to a guide man, he (who was very kindly) took my mobile and went to his office, a couple of minutes later he brought me two "1-day free pass" ticket (there was no need to queue).thanks, VOYAGIN.
Maravilhoso o parque!