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The JR Station named "Space World" may remain, but the long-established theme park after which it is named, closed at the beginning of 2018.
As of April 2018, the brightly painted rollercoaster and the centrepiece Space Shuttle appear to be largely intact but the dismantling...More
The first day of 2018 is also the last day of this place, it has been closed now. Their roller coasters were good, I was really enjoying their roller coasters. The theme park in Arao City maybe more modern than this place but the roller...More
We came to the area from Hakata to see museums etc and realised there was a theme park too.. We are theme park geeks and I'd suggest a visit only if you are too - seeing a Japanese park fading from its former glory, running...More
We went there on a rainy weekday, which may explain why it felt as if we were the only ones in the park. Understandably, the roller coasters were not available due to the weather. It was a bummer for us because they really do look...More
Large park with extreme trilling rides as well as kiddy rides, great for adults and children to enjoy a full day. Full day is required to cover the whole park and there are different times when certain rides are open.
At night some rides are...More
We went to Space World on a sunny Tuesday. There was a promotion going on. Our Japanese friend spotted this promotion. Train tickets plus entrance tickets to Space World for 2 adults and 2 elementary school children is 18320 yen (I think) train starts from...More
We decided to visit this place with a kid on Friday to avoid crowd. There was no crowd on the day we visited. The place was easy access as there is a Space World station of the JR line from Kokura and Hakata. Spending almost...More
To eco a previous reviewer, when we arrived it was so quiet we thought it was closed! This meant that the queues for rides and attractions were minimal (particular after the hectic visit to Universal Studios the previous week).
Compared to UK theme parks the...More