Diamond and Flower Ferris Wheel, Edogawa

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Diamond and Flower Ferris Wheel 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 becomes a profit if it goes to the aquarium. In the daytime, you can see the top of the airplane, Sky Tree, and Tokyo Tower, which take and leave high-rise buildings and Haneda, but the night view may be better!
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  • One of the largest Ferris wheel in Japan. Diameter 111m, height 117m. The lap lasts about 17 minutes. Let's ride the Ferris wheel at night! I went there in a hurry. When I used to ride, it was daytime, so I enjoyed the view from the near by view of Tokyo Bay to Mt. Fuji. And this time it's the Ferris wheel at night. It was very nice because it had a different charm from the daytime. It was a truly elegant and romantic moment, with the lights of a ship floating in Tokyo Bay and a walk in the air looking at tokyo's sparkling night view, a strange feeling that time slowly passed. After the Ferris wheel, I was looking at a bigger Ferris wheel in the Japanese garden right in front of me and noticed a Ferris wheel in the pond. It was a very beautiful sight. By all means, please look at the Ferris wheel from the bridge of the garden!
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  • People really like that huge wheel. I think it’s because many people ride it for their dates when they’re young, and it’s... a kind of nostalgic thing. Whatever, the park is splendid but it’s the Wheel that greets you first whene’re you come this way.
  • Very minimal english instruction at site and no clear direction from train station. Staff ability to speak English is 0. Please improve
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