Thrill-seekers, don’t miss the Fuji-Q-Highland, an amusement park in Japan that just added the world’s steepest roller coaster.
Named the Takabisha, this ride accelerates to 100 mph, has a 43-meter drop and a 121-degree freefall.
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The Japanese roller coaster beats the second-steepest ride by a long shot. The Le Timber Drop in France measures just 113.1 degrees.
Takashiba cost $37 million to build, and one ride takes 112 seconds. It costs $12.50 to ride, but hey — that’s not too “steep.” (Sorry, we had to.)