Eejanaika is a 4th dimension steel coaster located at the Fuji-Q Highland amusement park in Fujiyoshida, Japan. You might notice that the ride is very similar to X2 at Six Flags Magic Mountain in California. When comparing the two coasters, Eejanaika is faster, taller, and longer.

This coaster contains the most inversions in the world according to the Guinness Book of World Records. The seats can rotate forward or backward 360 degrees with the same design as the X2 ...Read more


Takabisha’s record breaking drop angle, at 121 degrees.

Theme Park: Fuji-Q Highland
Location: Yamanashi, Japan
Opening Date: July 16 2011
Type: Steel Euro Fighter
Height: 141 ft
Length: 3300 ft
Max Vertical Angle: 121°
Inversions: 7
Top Speed: 62 mph

Takabisha is the steepest coaster in the world with a drop angle of 121°. The coaster is listed in the Guinness World Records for the steepest steel roller coaster. The name of the coaster, Takabisha, translates to ‘high flying car’ in English. The coaster’s inversions consist of ...Read more