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Diamond and Flower Ferris Wheel, Edogawa

Categories: Lookouts, Tourist Spots
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3.9/5 based on 15+ reviews on the web
is a 117m tall Ferris wheel in Kasai Rinkai Park in Edogawa, Tokyo, Japan. It is named for its light shows, which have the appearance of a sparkling diamond or flower.When completed in 2001, it was the world's second tallest Ferris wheel. It was also the tallest Ferris wheel ever built in Japan, but was surpassed the following year by the 120m Sky Dream Fukuoka. However, the Fukuoka wheel closed in September 2009, and the Kasai Rinkai Park wheel once again became Japan's tallest operational Ferris wheel.The wheel is in diameter and has 68 passenger cars, each able to carry 6 people. Passengers may not smoke and pets are not permitted. Each rotation takes 17 minutes, and on a clear day the views from the top of the wheel include Tokyo, Tokyo Bay, Tokyo Disneyland, Chiba, Mount Fuji, and the Bōsō Peninsula.
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  • It is a Ferris wheel was boasts the tallest until the new Ferris wheel to open in Osaka in July this year. It seems me to somewhere warm, and slowly turning Ferris wheel is. Rode, so is this height, it soon changed into regret.
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  • It had been stopped for fear of heights who is safe. No problems with safety, but stopped in the middle. No person is bad. Stub of the Aquarium is 1%. Don't put parentheses in front of the woman.
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  • I think Japan's largest observation wheel is there anyone spot. View from the top of the Ferris wheel was very beautiful.
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  • 日没にあわせて乗ると富士山がシルエットで見え綺麗。
  • This Ferris wheel is the largest Japan. Panoramic sea and city from the car. When weather is nice and looks and boso peninsula. Take a photo if you pay the fee. Leaving the Ferris wheel and game Center.
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  • The symbol of the Kasai rinkai Park. Photographed from observation of the bird garden pond visible from anywhere in the Park, so you can see.
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  • Tucked away in the shadow of Odaiba and discreet, is the largest size in the Kanto region. Price 700 yen, and affordable, pretty vacant on weekdays. Recommended.
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  • Were lit after sunset I took a new year's Eve according to the time of sunset Ferris is good. Leaning toward the just price for 700 yen.
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