A Japanese city has figured out how to create a place that will calm your senses, while driving your heartbeat through the roof.
The mayor of Beppu, a city known for its hot springs, issued a challenge on social media last week: If this YouTube video hits a million views, he’ll build a “spamusement park” in the city.
That’s right a hot-spring themed amusement park, where you can soak in a tub while zooming down a rollercoaster wearing only a towel.
Seven days on, the video is nearing 1.8 million views, so the park is on!
This delightful and whimsical video is a must-watch, by the way.
Mayor Yasuhiro Nagano announced on Facebook that the video hit the million-view mark four days after it was released.
According to RocketNews24, the mayor’s office released a statement to the press celebrating the project’s commencement.
It hasn’t said when the park will be completed, but the city is now seeking creative types to submit ideas for its rides and attractions.
We only have one question how will people keep their towels on on some of these rides?