Uminonakamichi is a bit off the beaten track for most tourists visiting Japan. The train line that runs to the park looks like a relic from the 1950s, and the entrance looks like an old castle gate where samurai should be on guard. The amusement park itself is just a small part of a larger resort area, but it does have some interesting attractions to offer besides a roller coaster: an obstacle course over some rather “questionable” water and a rough “off-road” go-kart track. A few flats and an ice-house walkthrough, as well as a marine park, round out the park’s offerings, so there’s something for each age group. Uminonakamichi isn’t worth a special trip, but it could be a decent add-on to a day at Space World.
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