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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4.0a week ago

It was a pretty cool little themed shopping mall! We liked the unique atmosphere and the different stores. It definitely felt a little more expensive than your average mall, but it was fun, nonetheless. The kiosks in the middle of the halls were our favorite.

4.02 months ago

Cool plaza. Complements the other malls that are within walking distance. Starbucks and some family mart snacks and you got yourself a good place to rest before you continue on.

4.02 weeks ago

A small scale shopping centre with nice surroundings. Ghibli Shop visit is a must. Don’t forget to bring your passport to enjoy tax free shopping!

3.0a month ago

Pretty fun place, not as aesthetic as it could be, but the activities are great, and there are plenty of cafés and shopping opportunities. However there is a lot of wandering around, and the maps don't have stores on them, so it's hard to find things.

5.03 months ago

A must visit when in Odaiba. Though you'll find it hard to make a decision of where inside to eat because of the great choices. You'll also find it difficult to shop because there are so many places to see. If you get lost and confused, go to the fountain, take a few souvenir photos, and be on your merry way to all the other malls nearby... everything is walking distance!

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