Roller coaster in Japan
Watch the on-ride POV
Eejanaika in 2017
Fuji-Q Highland
Location Fujiyoshida, Yamanashi, Japan
Status Operating since 19 July 2006
Cost ¥3,500,000,000 ($31,601,283 USD)
Rider height 130 cm minimum
Manufacturer S&S Worldwide
Product 4th Dimension
Type Steel - 4th Dimension - Hyper
Riders per train 20
Hourly capacity 1000
Propulsion Chain lift hill
Height 76 metres
Top speed 126 km/h
Length 1153 metres
Track inversions 3
Rider inversions 14
Drop angle 90°
Duration 2:10

Eejanaika (Japanese: ええじゃないか) is a 4th Dimension roller coaster at Fuji-Q Highland in Fujiyoshida, Yamanashi, Japan. The ride is the world's second 4th Dimension coaster, the first being X (now X2) at Six Flags Magic Mountain in California. It is also the tallest roller coaster to have multiple inversions. Eejanaika was designed by S&S Worldwide. The ride has a design in which the seats can rotate forward or backward 360° in a controlled spin. This is achieved by having four rails on the track: two of these are running rails while the other two are for spin control. The two rails that control the spin of the seats move up and down relative to the track and spin the seats using a rack and pinion gear mechanism. The track only has three inversions, but riders are inverted 14 times.


Eejanaika opened on 19 July 2006 with a red track and grey supports.

In circa 2015, the ride's track was repainted black.


"Eejanaika" translates to "Come on, it's okay!" in Japanese.




5 cars per train. In each car, riders are arranged 4 across in a single row, for a total of 20 riders per train.


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Most inversions on a roller coaster (14)
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May 2013 - present
Preceded by
10 Inversion Roller Coaster
Most inversions on a roller coaster (14)
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May 2013 - present
Succeeded by

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