Takabisha - Steepest Roller Coaster

The most terrifying coaster with a maximum falling angle of 121 degrees!

Thrill Rides

  • Shrill Attraction point

    ★★★★★
  • The scenery point

    ★★★★
  • Rotation point

    ★★★★
  • Height Restriction

    49.2"〜
  • Age Restriction

    -64 years old * Children under elementary school age must be accompanied by a junior high school student or above
  • Price

    2,000 yen * The price depends on what season it is.
  • Riding capacity

    8 persons
  • Time required

    160秒
Available for Priority Ticket

Information

"Takabisha - Steepest Roller Coaster" information

■ Course length: 1004 m
■ Maximum drop angle: 121 degrees
■ Maximum speed: 100 km / h

A large roller coaster born in July 2011. All experiences such as sudden acceleration by linear motor, seven twists (rotations), falling sharply with a maximum drop angle of 121 degrees, sudden rise while looking at the sky, temporary stop in fall position, etc. "Takabisha - Steepest Roller Coaster".

The extensive know-how cultivated in the development of large coasters is pouring in without any extra, and the maximum falling angle of 121 degrees is certified as a world record, and still boasts the world's best.

Because it is a single vehicle coaster (8 passengers), it moves like a connected coaster and promises a “most horrible” experience no matter where you sit! A series of Shrill Attraction with no time to breathe is waiting.

Point

How to enjoy "Takabisha - Steepest Roller Coaster"

The falling angle the world's best!

The maximum falling angle of 121 degrees has been certified as a world record. "Eguru like falls" to be underexposed is a value to experience once. Repeaters are on the way to fright that other coasters can not taste.

Approximately 2 seconds to maximum speed 100 km / h!

Linear acceleration by the linear lunch type gives a feeling of acceleration to the wind. I reached the maximum speed 100 km / h in about 2 seconds, and I felt the extraordinary "G" that the whole weight was pressed on the seat. Leave acceleration as it is, to the rolling storm!

Fuji faces Mt. Fuji during vertical winding

At the time of vertical hoisting rising with the attitude looking at the sky, if it is sunny to see Mt. Fuji! You can afford to overlook the surrounding scenery, you are a super-advanced coaster!

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