Japanese amusement parks ask guests to 'scream inside their heart' while riding rides

The new rule to not scream on roller coasters has been implemented throughout Japan.

The Annie Frey Show
July 10, 2020 - 3:26 pm

Two executives from the Fuji-Q Highland amusement park created a four-minute video to demonstrate how guests are supposed to ride roller coasters from now on.

As the theme parks open across Japan, they have been asked to tell guests to keep their mouths closed behind their masks when riding rides.

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"Please scream inside the heart" was the advice at the end of the video. We still don't know what that means.

Why would you not be able to scream or open your mouth in your own mask? We don't know the answer, but it's almost not worth it to go to an amusement park if you can't show that you are amused.