In Japanese Fujiyama means the "king of mountains", therefore you can infer that Fuji-Q Highland park chose this name so it could be known as the king of all roller coasters in Japan. Fujiyama is one of the tallest and longest steel coasters in the world. This megacoaster stands 26 stories tall, features a steep 230-foot descent at a 65 degree angle and a top speed of 80.8 mph. After the twenty three story plunge, Fujiyama's trains follow a double out and back layout with a number of airtime producing hills and drops that is well over a mile in length.
|Height: 259 feet||Drop: 230 feet|
|Angle Of Descent: 65 degrees||Top Speed: 81 mph|
|G-force: 3.5 G's||Length: 6,709 feet|
|Trains: 3 - 28 passenger||Ride Time: 3 minutes, 36 seconds|
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