The mountains of Beppu provide a beautiful setting for Kijima, a traditional, thrill-oriented park. The park’s coasters are a rough, mediocre lot, but there is one unusual attraction that shows you what it’s like to be a hamster rolling around in a plastic ball: Zorbs (available for an upcharge). Kijima is pretty enough, but not particularly special--just a decent regional park--but there are enough rides to keep all age groups reasonably entertained. There’s also an odd assortment of dessert treats named for some the park’s major rides (such as “Jupiter” cheesecake) available in the gift shop.
This park is full of fun rides in a great setting! While there's no particular ride that is amazing, they do have a decent wood coaster and a large variety of other rides. A few of the rides are a tight squeeze for westerners, but overall this park was a lot of fun and I would definitely recommend a visit to this scenic park!
Only one of the coasters, Jupiter, is worth riding more than once; it's a really good very long, wooden coaster, but the rolling stock was not designed with big western bodies in mind, so you'll really have to cram yourself into the cars. The layout is kind of scattershot and some of the attractions are run down, but the location is very pretty.
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