Japan - Roller Coaster Rides with Most Inversions
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  Overview

Which is the roller coaster ride with the most inversions in Japan?
The roller coaster ride with the most inversions in Japan is Takabisha of Fuji-Q Highland with 7 inversions along its 1,000-meter long track.

The roller coaster ride with the second most inversions is Acrobat of Nagashima Spa Land in Japan with 4 inversions, followed by Eejanaika of Fuji-Q Highland in Japan with 3 inversions. The average number of inversions of roller coaster rides around Japan is around 1.8 inversions.

 Compare Takabisha with Fujiyama


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Let's check out the roller coaster rides with the most inversions:

Takabisha.

Takabisha Cinematic Off Ride Fuji-Q Highland (Youtube/Coaster Studios)

Second tallest roller coaster track built by Gerstlauer — Located at Fuji-Q Highland in Fujiyoshida, Yamanashi, Japan, Takabisha is a 43-meter tall steel roller coaster attraction. The roller coaster track also has a drop of 42 meters.

Third longest roller coaster track built by Gerstlauer — Takabisha is built by Gerstlauer and spans a length of 1,000 meters with a maximum vertical angle of 121 degrees.

Second fastest roller coaster built by Gerstlauer — Takabisha races along its track with7 inversions, reaching a top speed of 100 km/h.

  Roller coaster ride with the third longest ride duration in Japan — Total ride time: 2 minutes 40 seconds.

 

 Compare Takabisha with Behemoth from Canada's Wonderland, Canada.

 Compare Takabisha with DC Rivals HyperCoaster from Warner Bros. Movie World (Gold Coast), Australia.


Acrobat.

Acrobat Cinematic Off-Ride Nagashima Spa Land (Youtube/Coaster Studios)

Located at Nagashima Spa Land in Mie Prefecture, Japan, Acrobat is a steel roller coaster attraction. The roller coaster track is 43 meters tall.

Acrobat is built by Bolliger & Mabillard and spans a length of 1,021 meters.

Acrobat has a maximum speed of 90 km/h, with 4 inversions in its track.

Total ride time: 1 minutes 30 seconds.

 

 Compare Acrobat with Steel Force from Dorney Park, United States.

 Compare Acrobat with Helix from Liseberg, Sweden.


Eejanaika.

Eejanaika Review Fuji-Q Highland Insane S&S 4D Roller Coaster (Youtube/Coaster Studios)

Eejanaika is a steel roller coaster attraction at Fuji-Q Highland in Fujiyoshida, Yamanashi, Japan. The roller coaster track is 76 meters tall.

The 1,153-meter long Eejanaika is built by S&S Arrow and has a maximum vertical angle of 90 degrees.

Eejanaika races along its track with3 inversions, reaching a top speed of 126 km/h.

Total ride time: 1 minutes 50 seconds.

 

 Compare Eejanaika with The Swarm from Thorpe Park, United Kingdom.

 Compare Eejanaika with Mamba from Worlds Of Fun, United States.


Hakugei.

HAKUGEI @ Nagashima Spaland 2019 (Youtube/Parksmania.it)

Hakugei is a steel roller coaster attraction at Nagashima Spa Land in Mie Prefecture, Japan. The roller coaster track is 55 meters tall.

Second longest roller coaster track built by Rocky Mountain Construction — Hakugei is built by Rocky Mountain Construction and stretches 1,530 meters in length, with a maximum vertical angle of 80 degrees.

The track has 3 inversions and a G force of 4g, enabling the roller coaster to reach a maximum speed of 107 km/h.

Total ride time: 2 minutes 30 seconds.

 

 Compare Hakugei with Steel Force from Dorney Park, United States.

 Compare Hakugei with Icon from Blackpool Pleasure Beach, United Kingdom.


Do-Dodonpa.

Do-Dodonpa POV - Fuji-Q Highland (Youtube/EverydayThrills)

Located at Fuji-Q Highland in Fujiyoshida, Yamanashi, Japan, Do-Dodonpa is a steel roller coaster attraction. The roller coaster track is 49 meters tall and has a drop of 49 meters.

Do-Dodonpa is built by S&S - Sansei Technologies and spans a length of 1,244 meters.

  Fastest roller coaster in Asia at a max speed of 172 km/h — Do-Dodonpa streaks to a top speed of 172 km/h along its 1-inversion track with a G force of 4g.

Total ride time: 1 minutes.

 

 Compare Do-Dodonpa with Vortex from Canada's Wonderland, Canada.

 Compare Do-Dodonpa with Expedition GeForce from Holiday Park, Germany.


Steel Dragon 2000.

Steel Dragon 2000 Cinematic Off-Ride Nagashima Spa Land (Youtube/Coaster Studios)

  Tallest roller coaster track in Asia at 97 meters — Located at Nagashima Spa Land in Mie Prefecture, Japan, Steel Dragon 2000 is a steel roller coaster attraction. The roller coaster track is 97 meters tall and has a drop of 94 meters.

  Longest roller coaster track in the world at 2,479 meters — The 2,479-meter long Steel Dragon 2000 with a maximum vertical angle of 68 degrees is built by D. H. Morgan Manufacturing.

  Roller coaster ride with the second longest ride duration in Asia — Total ride time: 4 minutes.

 

 Compare Steel Dragon 2000 with Thunder Dolphin from Tokyo Dome City Attractions, Japan.

 Compare Steel Dragon 2000 with Altair from Cinecittà World, Italy.


Datasets on Fastest, Longest, Tallest, Droppiest Roller Coasters in the World

Tallest Tracks:  World  Asia  Europe  USA  Canada  Australia  China  Japan  Germany  UK

Fastest Coasters:  World  Asia  Europe  USA  China  | Japan  Germany  UK

Longest Tracks:  World  Asia  Europe  USA  China  Japan  Germany  UK

  Droppiest Tracks:  World  Asia  Europe  |  USA  China  Japan  Germany  UK

  Longest Duration:  World  |  Asia Europe  |  USA  |  China  |  Japan  |  Germany  |  UK

  Most Inversions:  World  |  Asia  |  Europe  |  USA  |  China  |  Japan  |  Germany  |  UK

  Fastest Wooden:  World  Asia  Europe  USA

  Longest Wooden:  World  Asia  Europe  USA

Tallest Wooden:   World  Asia  Europe  USA

Droppiest Wooden:  World  Asia  |  Europe  |  USA

Longest Duration Wooden:  World  |  Asia  |  Europe  |  USA

Well-known Roller Coasters built by: Intamin  Bolliger & Mabillard  Custom Coasters International  Mack Rides  Rocky Mountain Construction  Vekoma 


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