But otherwise, if your in Japan, you have to go to the Fuji Q. And if your lucky, you can get a hotel room with a view of Mt. Fuji. My favorite ride was the, ummm..., the thing were there a bunch of chairs hanging with chains from a circle up above, and you sit in the chairs and the circle rises up and spins you around. That one. I went on it 10 times.They had one that went really high up, but I only got to go on the small one. I also liked the mad mouse. 1 or 2 people got in a small car, and the car went to a high track and went up and down and turned. Its more fun then it sounds. They also have teacups, merry-go-round, a big roller-coaster that has you go backwards and flips you and turns you in all directions, and they also have the world steepest drop.
At the hotel, they have a buffet restaurant that have pizza, chicken nuggets, salad station and more. But the best part is the chocolate fountain!
P.S. Don't go there on Tuesdays as it is closed!
Good News: We got to stop at Mt. Fuji on our way from Osaka to Tokyo
Bad News: It was foggy and misty the whole time and we never saw the famous snow top
Good News: We stopped at the Fuji Q Amusement Park
Bad News: It was cold and misty the day we were there
Good News: World famous roller coasters (4) and the lines were only 5-10 minutes long
Bad News: Maddy was afraid on the first coaster and her screaming defined "blood-curdling"
Good News: Ben and I went on all of them and he is a champ