The World’s First Karaoke Ferris Wheel is Here
And it’s in Japan, obviously.
Like heights? Like singing? Always wanted to combine the two? Well BUCKLE UP and clear that throat - because a karaoke themed Ferris wheel now exists in Japan, at the Tokyo Dome City entertainment complex.
Forget looking at the view of frantically screaming at your fellow passenger to ‘stop rocking the carriage I can FEEL YOU ROCKING THE CARRIAGE’ (no? Just us?), because on the Big-O ride, it’s all about getting your sang on.
In a, frankly inspired, collab with Tokyo karaoke company Joysound, karaoke machines have been installed in 8 of the 40 gondolas, allowing passengers to sing along to their fave tunes for the duration of the 15 minute ride.
Recommended tracks: ‘The Climb’, ‘I Believe I Can Fly’ and ‘Ain’t No Mountain High Enough’. Song to avoid: ‘Free-Fallin’.
The Big-O will set you back 820 yen, which is just over a fiver. Hell of a lot cheaper than Lucky Voice, excluding the flight to Japan, obviously.
By Lizzie Cox