The team at Wallpprs
January 26th, 2016
Even abandoned, this copycat version of the Disneyland theme park is still impeccable.
Up until the park closed down, Nara Dreamland’s main attraction was (and still is!) the Aska roller coaster, a wooden coaster built by Intamin and opened in 1998. The track was 1081 meters long and reached a height of 30 meters. The trains consisted of seven wagons for four guests each (two rows with two seats). They reached a speed of 80 km/h (almost 50 mp/h) and accelerated with up to 2.8g.
Aska is named after Asuka, a city close to Nara – from 538 to 710 it was the capital of Yamato, one of the earliest states on Japanese ground, and the location of many imperial palaces as well as important temples and shrines, some of them still in existence today.
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