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'Please Scream Inside Your Heart,' Japanese Amusement Park Tells Thrill-Seekers

Several park-goers have complained that the request for those on roller coasters to remain silent is unrealistic. "If a scream comes out, it comes out," one visitor said.
Japan's Tokyo Dome is shown before amusement rides began to reopen in the country. Japanese amusement park operators have asked people on rides at some parks not to scream. Source: Bloomberg

The Fuji-Q Highland amusement park near Tokyo has an unorthodox request for its roller coaster riders.

and not out loud, the park is asking. The unusual ask is meant to reduce the

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