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Palette Town Ferris Wheel パレットタウン大観覧車 Night View Spots / Odaiba

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The Ferris Wheel inside the grounds of Palette Town has a diameter of 100 meters (328ft) and stands 115 meters (377ft) tall, making it the largest Ferris Wheel in Japan! From its heights you can gaze off onto the Rainbow Bridge, the Tokyo Tower, and all the way to the skyscraper district of Shinjuku. At night the Ferris Wheel is illuminated in 16 different patterns with 120 different kinds of lights, making it a delightful sight in and of itself. The ride lasts approximately 16 minutes, allowing you a brief reprise from the hustle and bustle of the crowd and to enjoy Tokyo in private.

Categories Night View Spots
Nearest Station Aomi
Address 1 Oumi, Koto-ku , Tokyo
Telephone 03-5500-2655
Home Page http://www.palette-town.com (In Japanese)
Business Hours 10:00am-10:00pm
Price Admission: 900yen/1person

3 Reviews for Palette Town Ferris Wheel


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  • Palette Town Ferris Wheel
  • (2011-05-02)
  • Not only is the ferris wheel awesome, but the arcade and entertainment center! Massive amounts of machines, varieties, crane games, food vendors, etc. Nice area around the bay as well. A few sakura trees along the river as well.

Gabriela
  • Ferris Wheel
  • (2009-06-30)
  • This is absolutely awesome. It's a giant ferris wheel that gives you a great view of Tokyo. You can even see the giant gundam that was just erected in Odaiba. It's a very nice way to end a day of shopping in Venus Fort. If you have the opportunity, go when the sun is setting. It's a beautiful sight.

Peter
  • Palette Town Ferris Wheel
  • (2007-07-27)
  • The Palette Town Ferris Wheel was the world's largest when it opened in 1999. It is still a defining part of the Tokyo skyline at night - the spokes are outfitted with bright neon lights that sparkle all kinds of patterns. Tickets are 900yen for the fifteen minute ride. You can choose between standard eggshell carriages and trippy stand-up capsules that have a glass floor. A rowdy group of college... Read More
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