Japan’s tallest Ferris wheel “Akama Osaka Wheel” will officially open on July 1, 2016. This “Akama Osaka Wheel” in EXPOCITY is the world’s first ferris wheel with shock absorber function. It is 123 meters above the ground and takes 18 minutes to ride around. It offers a panoramic view of the city of Osaka. View.
“Akama Osaka Wheel” is equipped with 72 truck boxes, with transparent glass floor, giving visitors the feeling of being in the air.
The Ferris wheel is equipped with two types of carriages, one can take 6 people and occupy 70 cards; the other is VIP carriage, which can take 4 people and only two cards.
There is also a tablet computer in all the cars, which can play EXPOTV, and there is also a heating and cooling air-conditioning system, even if you ride in the cold winter, you are not afraid of becoming “snow bars”. In addition, the VIP compartment is equipped with leather seats and LED lights on the ground, which is simply the ultimate luxury-class enjoyment.
Due to the different equipment of the two carriages, the fares are also different. It costs 1,000 yen per person to ride in a regular car, and 8,000 yen per person to ride in a VIP car. There is also a priority booking discount. You can ride the Ferris wheel within the designated time for only 1,500 yen, saving you time in waiting in line.