Company Profile

Company Profile

  • Company Name

    Fuji-Q Highland Co., Ltd.

  • Foundation date

    March 2nd, 1972
    ※ On April 2nd, 1994, the Company changed a name to Fuji-Q Highland Co., Ltd.

  • Capital Stock

    97.5 million yen

  • Location

    5-6-1 Shin-Nishihara. Fujiyoshida, Yamanashi Prefecture 403-0017 Japan

  • Representative

    Daisuke Iwata, CEO

  • contact information

    TEL: 0555-24-6711
    FAX: 0555-24-6882
    MAIL: highland@fujikyu.co.jp

Business contents

  • Fuji-Q Highland
    (Opened in 1955)

    A large leisure land of 500,000 square meters near the Chuo Road Kawaguchiko Interchange. Not only Screamer rides and "Thomas Land", we have an Ice Skating Rink, snow leisure slopes, bowling centers, theaters, restaurants, stores, Conifer Forest, parking space.

  • Unjoukaku
    (Opened in May 1972)

    It is the tourist location for Fuji climbers, on the SUBARU-line 5th shelter of Mt.Fuji, with stores, restaurants and guest rooms.
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History

  • 1961

    The Fuji Goko International Skating Center, which was the origin of the current park, was opened

  • 1966

    The world longest "Giant Coaster" was opened
    ※ Currently, it is closed

  • 1969

    "Double loop coaster" appeared
    ※ Currently, it is closed

  • 1980

    Height · highest speed · maximum overweight "Moonsalt scramble" appeared
    ※ Currently, it is closed

  • 1983

    Fuji-Q Highland Ice Skating Rink was opened

  • 1995

    Big Ferris wheel "Shining Flower" and "Cool · Jahapan" were opened

  • 1996

    "KING OF COASTERS FUJIYAMA", which was the world's highest and fastest with the biggest drop, was opened

  • 1999

    " THOMAS LAND " appeared

  • 2001

    Roller coaster "DODONPA" which has the world's fastest acceleration, was opened.

  • 2003

    "Super Scary Labyrinth of Fear" which was the longest-running haunted house in the world, was opened.

  • 2004

    Successful hot spring within Fuji-Q Highland and Hotel Highland Resort Area. It was named "FUJIYAMA Onsen"
    "Tomdemina" was opened

  • 2006

    Roller coaster "Eejanaika", which had the highest total number of spins in the world, was opened
    "FUJIYAMA ONSEN" was opened

  • 2009

    "Tekkotsubanchou" was opened

  • 2010

    "EVANGELION:WORLD" was opened

  • 2011

    Roller coaster "Takabisha", which has the steepest drop of 121° in the world, was opened.

※ Records are the ones at that time