'Spamusement' Park to become a reality

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If your city is famous for its hot springs, you might as well capitalize on it! Beppu, a city in Japan, has decided to go a step further than a typical spa.

They are going to build the world's first spa-musement park.

A video showcasing all that a spa-musement park could be was created to promote the idea of a thrilling day spa and shared on Mayor Nagano's Facebook page.

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Hidden costs of amusement parks

Parking Fees 
Upon arriving at theme parks, you are immediately hit with parking fees. At Universal Orlando, for example, expect to pay $20 for a parking space

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Access to Water Parks and Additional Attractions 
Most amusement parks have separate water parks that open up after Memorial Day, however, these attractions are not included in general admission tickets. 

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Carnival Games 
Usually, in the center of an amusement park, you can find a carnival-like setup featuring games, activities and food. As exciting as the games are, forewarning: This section is often its own entity, and to participate, you may have to pay separately. 

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Gift Shops 
This cost may not be as hidden as the others, but it can still put a major dent in your wallet. 

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Caricature Artists and Side Activities 
Like water parks and carnivals inside of amusement parks, caricature artists and other side activities are not included when you purchase a general admission ticket. 

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Food and Snacks 
If you decide not to purchase a ticket which includes a meal throughout your amusement park visit, be prepared to fork over money for snacks. 

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Nagano said that if this video reached a million views, the spa-musement park would become a reality..

How could this video not get a million views? People wearing only towels sitting in water filled roller coaster seats? Some of the rides even look like cats!

Walt Disney himself would probably love this idea.

Well, the whole idea except for the part about eating ice cream that has other people's bathwater splashed on it.

Another question, in the concept video, the only clothing seen are towels... are swimsuits optional?

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