World's Coolest Skating Rinks

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Go for a spin on ice-skating rinks that get their cool from spectacular (and unexpected) settings.

Fuji-Q Highland, Fujiyoshida, Japan

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Japan’s Fuji-Q Highland is known for scary roller coasters like The Dodonpa. But you can still get your kicks in winter, when the amusement park unleashes the largest outdoor ice-skating rink in Japan at 165,750 square feet (3.8 acres). It’s a prime spot for viewing snowcapped Mount Fuji—and for skating newbies: staff are on hand daily for free lessons.

Admission is about $15 for adults, $8 for children, not including skate rental. Through March 20, 2012. fuji-q.com

World's Coolest Skating Rinks

Fuji-Q Highland, Fujiyoshida, Japan

Japan’s Fuji-Q Highland is known for scary roller coasters like The Dodonpa. But you can still get your kicks in winter, when the amusement park unleashes the largest outdoor ice-skating rink in Japan at 165,750 square feet (3.8 acres). It’s a prime spot for viewing snowcapped Mount Fuji—and for skating newbies: staff are on hand daily for free lessons.

Admission is about $15 for adults, $8 for children, not including skate rental. Through March 20, 2012. fuji-q.com

© Mark Bassett / Alamy
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