Nagashima Spa Land (Amusement Park) ナガシマスパーランド Nagashima Spaland

The biggest amusement park in Japan! A lineup of over 50 attractions.

There are about 50 attractions including the thrill ride such as the super coaster "Steel Dragon 2000" listed in the Guinness World Records, "Acrobat", the first flying coaster to be introduced in Japan, and "White Cyclone", the biggest wooden coaster in Japan.
Also, in summer, one of the biggest sea water swimming pools in Japan is open.

"Nagashima Kid's Amusement Park, Kid's Town", where there are 28 kinds of attractions which kids love, is a popular place that 3 generations of families could comfortably enjoy.
Nursing rooms and multi-purpose restrooms are also available.

Adjacent to the amusement park, there is also the outdoor single-day hotspring bath, "Yuami no Shima" (Day-time Hot Springs), which you can use on a day trip basis.
The Nagashima Spa Land is a popular integrated recreational facility where you can enjoy for the whole day.
Address
〒5111135 桑名市長島町浦安333
Phone
0594-45-1111
Official website
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Online reviews (TripAdvisor)
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Business hours
10:00 - 17:00 (varies depending on the day)
Access by public transportation
Approx. 50 minutes by highway bus (either Meitetsu Bus or Mie Kotsu Bus) departing from Nagoya (Meitetsu Bus Center).

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