Brazilian Park Washuzan Highland

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Brazilian Park Washuzan Highland

Brazilian Park Washuzan Highland
3.5
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Monday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday
9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Sunday
9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
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Lindsey Parker
Wolverhampton, UK12 contributions
Party
May 2019 • Friends
Visited the pub on Thursday for a drink then decided to have food took advantage of the free starter & dessert deal with big plate specials service was good staff were friendly & the food was good & great value for money will visit again soon
Written May 22, 2019
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Jean-Marc
4 contributions
Good place for a horror movie setting !
May 2019 • Couples
Incongruous venue with Rubenesque bikinied Brazilian dancers (for a Kid's show??)
Run down and out of order rides ...derelict looking ferris wheel cabins.. a decent new roller coaster....older roller coaster very rough...excellent views....good mountain breeze for a hot day........fast food mostly junk....but somewhat appropriate for a fair.......all in all a nice rusty anti fair ambiance that takes one back to a non glitzy era
Written May 3, 2019
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Samuel G
Oceanside, CA56 contributions
Run down but still fun
Mar 2018 • Couples
This place is very old and you can tell once you get there. It’s a little run down with rusty rides and a small variety but still cool to go to. I suggest go during summer time as the water park is pretty cool. You can rent a ball you get in and run around! Bungee jump and bicycle ride are about this parks main attractions.
Written January 26, 2019
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Planet in Transit
3 contributions
It's like experiencing the last days of an abandoned theme park. We loved it.
Aug 2018 • Couples
From the camp interpretation of Brazilian culture, to the sprawling white rusted framework supporting the rides, Washuzan just somehow works. The experience we had of the park is something we remember fondly when we think of our travels in Japan.

We weren't sure what to expect, just enjoying the adventure of getting there was enough to put us in high spirits. However, as we edged deeper into the park, we started having doubts. It was the first time we'd seen rusted roller coasters.

At that point we decided to roll with it, and enjoy it for what it is. Approaching it as a novelty made our day at Washuzan one of the most fun that we had during our time in Japan. We did all the rides (no lines as we arrived two days after a Typhoon to a near empty park), then retreated to the pool for an hour. Then it was the long trek back to our hotel.

I recommend it, but not so much for parents with kids that are under 15. The park will let the kids down, and there are sooo many stairs. It's definitely one of the weirder places we went to, well worth adding it to the list if you can squeeze it in. Your observations of the park's oddness will contribute to your amusement.

So leave your expectations at Kojima station, this is not Fuji-Q.
Did I mention the views?
Written November 17, 2018
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kaywai
Singapore, Singapore192 contributions
Good rides but I didn't feel safe.
Jun 2018 • Family
The theme park was really run down and was in need of maintenance. Rust could be seen on every ride e.g. seats, structure, railing etc. On the Back Nanjya/Standing coaster, the entire scaffolding shook every time the rollercoaster was in operation. I did not feel safe on the ride and the only thing the worried me was not the ride itself but the thought of the poles of the track collapsing. Despite the rides being thrilling, I do not recommend coming here until they refurbish the entire place.
Written June 9, 2018
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Brittany A
Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia9 contributions
it's outdatedness was charming.
Aug 2016 • Friends
My friends and I went here after seeing a video of one of it's rides on Facebook. We had heard that the place was super old and went as somewhat of a joke, just to say we'd been there.

The place is in pretty desperate need of an update, all of the rides are old and discolored and the gardens are quite unkempt, but for us, that kind of added to the thrill - it was like a dystopian Disneyland!

The day we went was not busy at all and we had no wait times for any of the rides. The standing coaster was a lot of fun, and the sky cycle is something you'd never get to experience in Australia (where I'm from). There are loads of things to do at the park and you can easily be entertained all day. The mascots are also super cute.

My only major critique is that, despite being the middle of summer and exceptionally hot, we noticed some of the animals in the petting zoo didn't have water. My friends and I gave some of the animals water ourselves.

Overall, go into this park expecting something strange and you'll have a great time. Recommended for groups of friends or families with teens looking to do something quirky.
Written August 16, 2016
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Michael L
Brisbane, Australia13 contributions
Soviet style park
Aug 2015 • Family
I visited that theme park in late August 2015. Looks like the owners of the park didn't do refurbishment of the rides for quite a long time. Everything looks worn, a lot of rust on steel structures. Ferris wheel got tiny cabins with plexiglass windows which are faded and not clear to see through. Roller coaster ride is rough and uncomfortable for the back and neck. Access to ferris wheel is a climb or stairway which can be challenging for some people.
Written January 19, 2016
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arisuta
Okayama, Japan81 contributions
Sad and tired old park that has lost its way
Sep 2015 • Family
We went here for something to do during a day of the Silver Week holiday. It was much busier than we anticipated as we had heard that it was rather second rate but the car parks were pretty full and the car number plates attested to people having travelled from all over Western Japan. We had downloaded a discount ticket from the web site of the park so our tickets were 500 yen cheaper. 2,300 yen each for the adults and 1,700 for my son. We climbed all the way to the top of the hill (a long slog up a number of very steep and long staircases) to queue for one of the roller coasters. We waited about twenty minutes and it was over in about twenty five seconds. The car rattled and shuddered like crazy and I was actually afraid it would crash as nothing in the park looked as though it has ever had any maintenance. I was scared but not because the ride was thrilling but because it looked decrepit and likely to throw us off at forty miles an hour at any moment. Everything here is tired and sad looking. I've never seen such decrepitude in a place that is open to the public and that can be dangerous. The toilets next to the rides were some of the worst public loos I've had the misfortune to encounter in Japan, AND THAT'S SAYING A LOT! I didn't need to use them luckily but my family weren't so fortunate.
The nail in the coffin was that so many of the attractions were 'closed for maintenance' but there was absolutely no sign of any maintenance work being carried out. The windows on the ferris wheel were so old and clouded that it was difficult to see out, never mind take a photo of the spectacular views.

Far too many places for smokers meant that everywhere we went, including the open-air restaurant was a gauntlet of tobacco stench.
The fast food was surprisingly decent with chips that were very like fish and chip shop chips back in Britain. They need more staff though as the guys were run off their feet with the holiday crowds.
We won't be back, a situation that could be remedied if someone would step in and spend some money restoring this place and getting it up to scratch.
Written September 22, 2015
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kumon2014
London, UK6 contributions
strange place...
Apr 2014 • Family
I took my 11years daughter there but she wasn't impressed. everything looked tired and why Brazilian theme??? We stayed for 30mins then left...
Written April 24, 2014
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  • Sat - Sun 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
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