Eejanaika is a 4th Dimension roller coaster and only the second one of its kind in the world. Unlike a traditional roller coaster where the trains run parallel to the track, the 4th Dimension coaster pushes the design to a new level with passenger cars that can spin 360-degrees forwards or backwards. The spinning is controlled by a second rail on the steel coaster track. The result is the head-over-heels action of a flat ride combined with the diving airtime and thrills of a roller coaster. Eejanaika is the seventh roller coaster at Japan's Fuji Q Highland park.
|2006||Steel||4th Dimension, Double Out and Back||S&S Arrow|
Estimated cost: 3.6 billion (yen)
Height requirement: Riders must be at least 48 inches tall
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