Brazilian Park, Washuzan Highland Amusement Park

The Brazilian Park, Washuzan Highland is an amusement park located in Kurashiki, OkayamaPrefecture. The park features a site where you can enjoy gazing at the Seto Inland Sea and the Seto Ohashi.

They also have bungee jumping, a jet coaster, and a Ferris wheel among other attractions. During summer they have a pool and haunted house, and during the winter they offer ice skating. The park also has a “sky cycle” which is a thrilling bicycle-like ride that operates on a rail suspended 16m above the ground. There are also restaurants and a food court in the park and even a stage in front of the food court where a samba dance show is held every day by real Brazilian dancers. The park’s mouse mascots Chupi and Chuli show up in the dance shows as well!

The free pass ticket for the park costs 2800 yen for junior high students and older, 2200 yen for elementary school students, 1700 yen for elementary school students 3 years or older, 1700 yen for 50 and older, and 500 yen for 60 and older. The park offers group discounts and depending on admission time there may be a discount. The park operates from 10:00~17:00 during weekdays and 9:00~18:00 on weekends.

Access

To get to the park, take the JR Seto Ohashi Line to Kojima Station and from there take the Washuzan Via Highland bus or Shimotsui circulation bus. If you want to visit the park via car, take the Seto Chuo Expressway to Kojima IC and from there it is just a 1 minute drive to the park. The park also has a 1000-car free parking lot.

Address:

303-1 Shimotsuifukiage Kurashiki-shi, Okayama-ken 711-0926
岡山県倉敷市下津井吹上303-1

Phone: 086-473-5111

Website: http://www.w-highland.co.jp/

Admission: 2,800yen

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