. I'm going to share some of the tips and tricks I learned from visiting both of these Japanese parks. Check them out if you're planning on going to Tokyo Disney — and if you're not already, you really should be!
One of my favorite places in Okinawa is Fukushen Garden in downtown Naha. Take 58 South towards Naha. You’ll pass Camp Kinser and as you approach downtown, look for Rte 42. Take a right there and go straight. You’ll be traveling opposite or away from Kokusai street direction. The Gardens are on your left. Look for 2 giant shisa dogs in front. There is a park on the right side and a parking lot next to the park. Admission is free. The hours are 9:00 am to 6:00 pm. Closed on Wednesdays.
From the “too cool for school” department, comes this new Japanese roller coaster that is powered by humans. It's called the Skycycle, and it's a pedal-powered rollercoaster that allows people to “shoot for the sky” as they ride side-by-side in bike-themed carts. The Skycycle is one of the most thrilling amusement park rides at Washuzan Highland Park in Okayama, Japan.