Roller coaster manufacturer
Status Defunct
Founded 1935
In business
Key people
Roller coasters built 60

TOGO was a Japanese roller coaster manufacturer, famous for inventing the stand-up roller coaster. TOGO went bankrupt in the early 2000s due to a lawsuit by Knott's Berry Farm for their problems with Windjammer Surf Racers. TOGO is also credited with creating the first working pipeline roller coaster. TOGO was infamous for their rough, sometimes even painful, rides. TOGO created several unique coasters, including its combination of a looping, Sit-Down, and Hyper Coaster: Manhattan Express (now known as "Roller Coaster") in Las Vegas. Their looping wild mouse roller coaster was a style of ride with a drop into a vertical loop, followed by the hairpin turns and drops of a traditional Wild Mouse roller coaster.

TOGO is also renowned for inventing the Twist-and-Dive roll, an inversion. A variation of this maneuver included a half of an inclined loop instead of a half-loop, so the end of the element is at an angle. This was used on the now-defunct Viper at Six Flags Great Adventure.

TOGO's first roller coaster was at Hanayashiki Amusement Park in Japan, named Roller Coaster.

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