The big bear is now waiting for you! Also, there are many foreign tourists. It is a Japan’s highest observation deck on the 69th floor of the Landmark Tower as the next door of Queens Square as the attached photos, the tallest building in Yokohama standing at 296 meters. Visitors take Japan’s fastest elevator at 750m/min to reach the observatory in just under 40 seconds. The observatory provides a 360-degree, panoramic view of Yokohama city, the Yokohama Bay Bridge, and the Tokyo Tower and Mount Fuji on clear days. Here you can find Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse and Landmark Tower, one of Yokohama’s popular tourist spots. There is a museum that is themed on the history of the Yokohama port and its relationship to people’s daily lives. The exhibits demonstrate the 150 years of history of the port since its opening as well as its functions and efforts. There is an old ship named as Nippon Maru, it was launched in 1930 and continued its role as a navigation training ship until 1984. It is now anchored and preserved here. Another big one must be the amusement park. Its main feature of is one of the biggest Ferris wheels in the world, having a height of 112.5 meters and capacity of 480 passengers. Other attractions include a roller coaster and a rapid rafting ride. Operating hours of the Ferris wheel may vary depending on how crowded it is. *Please check the operating calendar for operating hours. Operating hours may vary due to weather conditions, especially when there is strong wind.