Takabisha: The New Steepest Rollercoaster in the World

Feel the adrenalin rushing through your veins on the new steepest rollercoaster in the world. With a 121-degree freefall, the Takabisha rollercoaster has broken the previous record of 113.1-degree fall of the Le Timber Drop in France. You can find it in Japan, at the Fuji-Q Highland, an amusement park that spent $27 million on building this immense rollercoaster. If you feel brave enough to ride it, you will only need $12.50 for the experience. But before you do that, we suggest you watch the short video below and decide for yourself if you’re up to the challenge.

It’s amazing how well the Japanese are dealing with hazards and we admire them enormously for their strength and resilience.

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