Book now for flexible Fuji-Q Highland tickets! Get an entry pass valid for up to 90 days from the purchase date, then, head to this popular theme park — considered one of Japan's most popular — at the foot of Mt. Fuji for record-breaking thrill rides.
• Your ticket includes admission to Fuji-Q Highland, Thomas Land, and La Ville de Gaspard et Lisa, and unlimited attraction rides (with some exceptions, such as coin-operated attractions). However, it excludes admission to Super Scary Labyrinth of Fear (additional charges apply; payable on-site)
Get Fuji-Q Highland tickets offered to overseas visitors and non-Japanese residents! Located in Yamanashi Prefecture, Fuji-Q Highland boasts over 30 rides and attractions, as well as a dozen restaurants and shops. It's quite close to Tokyo, so you can easily take a day trip there — highway buses can take you from bustling Tokyo districts such as Shinjuku and Shibuya in a little under two hours, or two-and-a-half hours at most. Having set at least 14 Guinness World Records, Fuji-Q Highland's thrilling roller coasters are without a doubt the main draw, but part of its charm also lies in its location. Nestled in a valley on the northeastern side of Mt. Fuji, this theme park surprises with spectacular views of the iconic mountain when you reach the peak of its sensational coasters. Some of the most exciting rides at the park include Fujiyama, Do-Dodonpa, and Takabisha. Fujiyama was the world's tallest and fastest roller coaster when it opened in 1996, and continues to consistently rank among the best coasters in the world. Nicknamed “the king of coasters,” its height offers the perfect vantage point to take in Mt. Fuji in all its glory. Have a need for (more) speed? Try Do-Dodonpa. The ride has taken over the crown from Fujiyama as the speediest coaster in the park, holding the current world record for fastest acceleration – passengers blast off from zero to 172 km/h in just 1.8 seconds on this electrifying ride! If you prefer heart-lurching drops, the steepest steel roller coaster in the park — and the world — is the Takabisha. After an agonizingly slow climb to the top and a heart-stopping pause, you’ll plummet back down to earth at a beyond-vertical, record-breaking 121° angle. Besides roller coasters, Fuji-Q Highland also has multiple mazes and haunted attractions, like the infamous Super Scary Labyrinth of Fear — the world's longest and scariest house of horrors! Traverse dark passages, escape sealed rooms, and witness sights and sounds that will make you shudder with fear. Save some time waiting in line just to buy an admission ticket — book Fuji-Q Highland tickets with us now!
1) Once your booking is confirmed, you will receive an email with a code, which serves as your e-ticket. Your code e-ticket is valid for use any day within 90 days from your purchase date Note: If you do not receive your tickets, please contact us using the Rakuten Travel Experiences inquiry form. Note that your code tickets will only be emailed to you and cannot be accessed via "My Page" 2) At Fuji-Q Highland, tap your code onto a reader near the entry gates to receive your physical admission tickets (no need to wait in line at the ticket office) 3) Note that facial-recognition cameras are used to admit entry to every ride at Fuji-Q Highland