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    Fuji-Q Highlands

    Fuji-Q Highlands Park is owned by a railroad company and is located at the foot of Mount Fuji. The park has its own railroad station, is open all year round and offers several roller coasters. These include a Gerstlauer Euro-Fighter with a 121°

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    The LEGOLAND® Japan Resort has been located in Nagoya, Japan, in the Chūbu region and on the island of Honshū, since 1 April 2017. The park, which is the eighth LEGOLAND® worldwide to be opened and operated by the Merlin Entertainments Group, covers

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    Nagashima Spa Land

    The amusement park opened as early as 1966 and has been expanded more and more over the years. In the meantime, it has set several records, including the longest roller coaster in the world, "Steel Dragon 2000" with a length of 2479 meters. There are

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    Tokyo's Taitō district is home to Japan's first modern zoo, the Ueno Zoological Garden. Opened in 1882, the zoo is home to more than 3,000 animals from over 300 different species on an area of 14.3 hectares. In addition to Asian elephants, Sumatran

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    Universal Studios Japan opened March 31, 2001, and includes attractions like those at Universal Studios Orlando and Universal Studios Hollywood. Here, too, a studio tour is offered that takes visitors through actual movie sets.