Ah, sweet Fuji kyu highlands.... such a wonderful source of amusement. I really have to hand it to those people. They keep the park open all year round! Imagine that! They toss in an ice skating rink, and give you an excuse to wear fun mittens!
Claire says "YEAH!"
After all, you can't really be *truly* amused without a psychedelic Zamboni.
Seriously, they even keep the water rides going! Outdoor water rides and outdoor ice skating, within fifty metres from one another. Ah... the pleasures of sweet double H single O. How I love thee, sweet Two HOs. All the wet fun I can handle.
Anyway... back to the wet and wild water ride. How does one deal with the actual "water" part of the water ride?
Ta da!! Now you can experience the thrill of a huge soaking wave...without the wave part.
Of course, there is some temptation for visitors to get wet. After all, imagine if you wanted to clean your hair in the middle of winter? Wherever would you go?
I don't know about you, but I would certainly plaster my head full of shampoo, then ride butt-naked on the roof of the water ride.
er.... DAMN. You're not allowed to shampoo your blue afro.
They think of everything here.
Lucas makes sure that all passers-by know what's up.
"No hygiene for you! NO. Not yours!"
/yes yes... I know that the shampoo stuff is to keep smelly college students from using the water ride as a 4000/yen per day shower in the summer... but what's the fun in that? It's better to invent my own reality and drag y'all along.