Discussion in 'Roller Coaster Construction' started by lachlan, Jun 24, 2016.
Wow didn't expect this considering they just added a B&M last year!
Ooooh, that is interesting, especially so soon after the flyer.
It's about time for Fuji Q to announce something soon too I'd have thought.
Outside of those two parks, Disney and Universal, the Japanese parks have stagnated to s**t.
Wow, great! They'll have 13 coasters now, which is the most in Asia, I believe. This park ranks really high on my to-do list. I love the mixture of different coasters it has, from classic Schwarzkopfs and quirky Japanese rides to the more modern B&M and enormous Morgan hyper.
I also made a little image showing where I think it could be
Nice! Glad to see that Six Flags won't be the only company buying these. The color choice will be interesting.
Nice - my 2017 Japan trip looks more and more promising :--D
Up we go
Interesting shade of green. Not too sure if I like it or hate it though...
The colour is very minty fresh.
In that last picture it looks like a scribble on Microsoft Paint.
Ok yeah that is an ugly color scheme.
The best part of that video is the people running to it, thinking it's about to open. Such spite.
Arashi to open March 10th
Got multiple tweets from Nagshima Spaland featuring the opening of Arashi. Friday crowds were light with standby line at 5 minutes. For weekends/holidays they added a Priority Ticket machine which costs Yen 500 (€4 / $4,30) each ticket
Full onride of the now open Arashi.
Not so sure the girl on the right was enjoying it that much!
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