Nasu Highland is in a mountainous region a couple of hours from Tokyo. The terrain of the park is hilly providing for a good workout.
The park offers a lot of coasters and dozens of flat rides. The coaster rides are nothing to rave about, but the manner in which the park interwines 4 coasters is stunning. The other rides help define the park. Rides run the gamut from family friendly dark rides to high intensity flats. The parks offers plenty of shaded areas inlcuding an area where you can even fish (you have to pay the park to cook your catch).
Don't fret if you don't catch your own lunch as the park serves a good assortment of food.
Has a nice set of bright-coloured (one colour each) coasters, four of them woven together at the back of the park. Neat to see. 'Okay' to ride. Also a good collection of flats, and forest areas surrounding (and thru!) the park, good shade where needed. Not much in shows, but a fun '4-D' Pokemon film to see/feel. Rapids ride very slow-loading. Skip it if on a schedule. Great LEGO display bldg. and sales shop. One park surprise is a "foot rest" pond, to soak your tired tootsies. Much appreciated. They also offer massages, too! And you can catch a fish in nearby pond(s) for free - but pay for them to cook it. Good accessable pathways for getting around. I liked this park. Would re-visit if I could.
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