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Giant Sky Wheel in palette townパレットタウン大観覧車

Amusement Park / Theme Park

Located in the Palette Town mall in the Aomi area of Koto City, Tokyo, this Ferris wheel is one of the largest in Japan. Lit up in a rainbow of colors at night, the wheel is a symbol of Odaiba. The wheel’s biggest feature is the view it provides thanks to its great size. Riders can get a sweeping view of Tokyo landmarks such as the Tokyo Gate Bridge, the Rainbow Bridge, Tokyo Tower, and Tokyo Skytree as they slowly revolve. In addition to regular cars, the wheel is outfitted with see-through gondolas that are completely encased in glass windows save for a skeletal frame.

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Tokyo Koutou-ku Aomi 1-3-10 pallet town (Tsukiji / Odaiba / Bay AreaArea)

phone 0355002655
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[Weekday, Sunday] 10:00-22:00
[FridaySaturday, The day public holiday] 10:00-23:00
※ In the case of stormy weather etc, there is a case of Go through pause

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Tokyo Koutou-ku Aomi 1-3-10 pallet town [ map ]
Area
Tsukiji / Odaiba / Bay AreaArea
Phone
0355002655
Hours
[Weekday, Sunday] 10:00-22:00
[FridaySaturday, The day public holiday] 10:00-23:00
※ In the case of stormy weather etc, there is a case of Go through pause
Closed
open everyday (with twice a year inspection closed)
Fees
[Rail fee Friday] Adult (Junior high school students and older) 1,000 yen, Elementary school (Elementary school age students and under) 500 yen, 3 years old or younger Free
Parking Lot
Not available (Available to nearby facilities)
Credit Card
Not available

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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