Nagashima Spa Land is a bit "generic," as you can tell by the names of many of its rides. This traditional amusement park does pack a fair amount of thrills into a compact space, from its hypercoaster Steel Dragon to its large, traditional wooden coaster White Cyclone. Small children might feel a bit left out, but there are some attractions that families can enjoy together, such as the obligatory enormous Ferris wheel (with air-conditioned cars), carousel, and BobKarts (a sort of powered "alpine slide"). So, if you're not really into heavily themed attractions, just the thrills, Nagashima Spa Land is worth a visit.
Nagashima Spaland is a fun park with a lot of attractions, mostly flats, that could fill a day. They also have the Spa, obviously, that can help you relax after a long day. They have one of the last Ultra Twisters, and 1st generation Intamin Free Falls. They also have a great selection of food and drink vending machines!
The Hypercoaster is OK, the woodie and Ultra Twister are pretty good, the shuttle loop is great, and there are other coasters not worth mentioning. This park has an extensive collection of flat rides, and they run them pretty well. Good giant frisbee, unique double-ginormous swinging ships, tons of other stuff, include a real Intamin Free Fall!
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