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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5.03 months ago

This place was excellent. There is a lot to see and it is very impressive when you get to experience it around you. I would recommend you have 3 hours here so that you don’t feel too rushed. It is suitable for children and adults that are happy to have fun or appreciate the mindfulness of being surrounded by really well presented art.

4.04 weeks ago

Nice destination for shopping in Odaiba. Should visit this area when you're in Tokyo. There is Venus Fort where visitors can buy clothing products with cheaper price from various brands. Near the train station and the location is easily found in maps.

4.02 months ago

Reasonably diverse shopping mall organized around a vaguely "foreign" theme... British-y toy store, Chinese lantern-laden restaurant, French patisseries, American diners/burger joints, Italian pasta restaurant, etc. Neither authentic nor noteworthy, but certainly safe and reliable.

4.03 weeks ago

Still a nice place to pop by once in a few years.... place is not too busy even on weekends. Tons of restaurants and shopping.

5.0a month ago

A shopping park with many small shops, restaurants and cafes. Directly in the Plaza is located on 2 floors a museum with historic vehicles from all over the world. In the museum shop it is possible to buy a few rare accessories and model vehicles. Right next to the museum is also a small Toyota Rally exhibition with historic rally cars from Toyota Germany.
On the other side in the direction of teamLAB Borderless is a very large Toyota exhibition with all sorts of current car and prototype models.
Well worth seeing and is free.

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