FlyStation Japan Overview
This location was the first wind tunnel created by the European manufacturer Tunnel Tech, based in Stuttgart, Germany. It is also the first vertical wind tunnel in Japan. Previously known as FlyStation Koshigaya.
This location is one of the 3 Tunnel Technology projects going into Tokyo. Also see:
FlyStation Japan Flyer Information
Prices starting at 2 minutes of flight time for 9000 yen.
- Group/Event Hosting
- Party Rooms
- Conference Facilities
- Catering Available
You should not fly if you are pregnant or have previous shoulder dislocations.
News & Articles Related to FlyStation Japan
FlyStation Japan: Tunnel Technologies Opens their First Location - Posted on: April 21, 2017
FlyStation Japan Reviews
Review Date: December 30, 2018
What an awesome experience and overall great time!! The facilities have lots of space, the location is perfectly set up for convenience to local stores, and its right off the highway! There is lots of relaxing lounge areas for taking a break, and the entire Staff are all Professionals! You are guaranteed a safe flight even as a first time flyer! They have great equipment and everything you need to fly is there, you don't have to bring anything! We were able to book same day flights on two separate occasions without reservations at great rates! The entire Staff seems very welcoming and patient. Customer services are the best! I absolutely recommend this place! It's always clean, and the Wind tunnel itself is Hi Tech and absolutely perfect!! Clean smooth air all the time, locker rooms to lock up your valuables, restrooms, and lots of space to walk around!! The coaches offers an abundance of skilled training at your pace. You are guaranteed to enjoy yourself and learn a lot at Flystation Japan! Me and my family absolutely did!!
Wind Tunnel Information
Instructor Rating System
Flight Chamber Style
Flight Chamber Diameter
Flight Chamber Height
Top Wind Speed
FlyStation Japan Competitions & Events
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Frequently Asked Questions
The Beginners Guide to Indoor Skydiving
Who Can Fly in a Wind Tunnel?