Palette Town Big Ferris Wheel

Sightseeing information about Palette Town Big Ferris Wheel in Japan.


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This 115m-high ferris wheel in Odaiba offers spectacular views of major landmarks in Tokyo. This is a rare spot where you can see two tallest towers (Tokyo Skytree and Tokyo Tower) and two major bridges (Tokyo Gate Bridge and Rainbow Bridge) at once in a panoramic view. Besides the regular cabins, the ferris wheel has several cabins called "Skeleton" with the floor, ceiling and walls totally see-through.

Illuminated at night, the structure is also nice to look at from the ground and adds a romantic feel to overall night views in Odaiba. Operating hours are until 10 p.m. on weekday and 11 p.m. on weekend. Interestingly, the music played in the cabin changes seasonably.

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3.02 months ago

My wife and I went to TeamLab. It was nice after about an hour+ wait in the line. The line ended under the bridge nearby, it was cold out as well. Probably not worth the wait in the winter time.
However, it was very big and nice inside, with multiple rooms and had great attention to detail. Some of the attractions are interactive as well.
*Great for families with kids. There's a large area for kids near the end that will guarantee your little one(s) will be tired out.

5.0a week ago

Super nice shopping mall. Has a fountain inside and TeamLab art inside, along with a coloured ceiling to look like the sky. Many known brand name stores.

5.0in the last week

I am not a big fun of shopping malls, but this one has got a very special attraction with an amazing classic cars collection

5.0in the last week

This is currently where the boarderless lab expo is taking place! Spend too many hours there and loved every moment!

2.0a month ago

Quiet and Clean. However, everything is expensive here. Even a meal. You should not buy anything here. Just use here for wondering around. Shimbashi for a meal. It’s direct access from Aomi station.

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