“ Shining Flower Ferris Wheel ” Information
■ Total length: 50 m
■ Number of passengers: 4 people (2 skeletons)
■ Number of gondolas: 32 (usually 28, 4 skeletons)
* Preschool children must be accompanied by a junior high school student or above.
※ You can get in with the pet.
Even if you are not good at Shrill Attraction coasters, this is an Attraction that small children can ride with confidence. You can watch and photograph Mt. Fuji on a sunny day while relaxing on a ferris wheel that rotates slowly.
Fuji-Q Highland Try for "thrill" that seems to be like Tsumono, please go to the four gondola "Skel chan" "Sukumun". The floor, the wall, the ceiling, the seat is transparent, and it feels like it is floating in the air! Because it is a two-seat bench seat, the distance feeling shrinks at once and the heart rate rapidly rises! It is a spot that can not be removed if you are planning confession.
The steel frame of the Ferris wheel lights up with 30 kinds of illuminations at night, and the scenery is like a huge flower shining as the name “ Shining Flower Ferris Wheel ”. Of course, the photo quality is perfect!
How to enjoy "Shining Flower Ferris Wheel"
You can fully enjoy Mt. Fuji of great power
Fuji on the clear day! You can see Mt. Fuji from large coasters such as "Fujiyama - King of Coasters" and "Takabisha - Steepest Roller Coaster", but the best part is that you can enjoy photography while enjoying the spectacular scenery. It also operates on rainy days.
At nighttime lighting directing by full color LED light is also a favorite place. Illuminated lights are glittering inside the gondola, making you feel romantic.
Doki doki doubled with skeleton-type gondola!
Transparent gondola is made from polycarbonate which is lighter than glass and ranging from the ceiling to the floor and uses a high-strength polycarbonate, so the scene of the feet is clearly seen so thrilling! If you share your heart and heart and harahara in just the space of two people, you guarantee that your bond will deepen greatly. Please get on the line in a row dedicated.
Things to Do Before Your Visit