Ferris Wheel Kururin
This Ferris Wheel’s See-Through Gondolas are Popular Because You Can Feel Like You’re Floating in Midair!
The Ferris wheel Kururin has a diameter of 45 meters, and from the ground to its highest point spans 85 meters. It has also become a new iconic symbol of Matsuyama.
During the day, Kururin offers a view over Matsuyama City, including the hot spring inns at Dogo Onsen, the Iyo-nada Sea, and Matsuyama Castle standing tall in the center of the city. You can also enjoy the illuminations held at night, looking out over the night view of the city from the Ferris wheel.
The “see-through gondola,” the floor of which is made of transparent glass to give a feeling of floating through the air, is also very popular.
Be sure not to miss the Ferris wheel’s special free rides for specific people, such as those having their birthday month or overseas visitors with their passports. (※See-through gondola is not subject to free ride offers)
Overlook Matsuyama City during the daytime.
Enjoy the night view and illuminations at night.
The “see-through gondola” is a popular choice, with a floor and seats made of transparent glass to give you the feeling of floating through the air.
Be aware of your clothing choices when riding the see-through gondola.
Free rides available as a special treat for people in their birthday month or for foreign tourists. (※See-through gondola is not subject to free ride offers)
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- Name in Japanese
- Postal Code
- Iyotetsu Takashimaya 9F, 5-1-1 Minatomachi, Matsuyama City, Ehime Prefecture
- 089-948-7056 (Kururin Boarding Area)
1 Person: 700 yen (free for children below elementary school age, only when accompanied by a guardian)
1 Person: 1,000 yen (free for children below elementary school age, only when accompanied by a guardian)
- Closed same days as Iyotetsu Takashimaya
- Business Hours
- 10:00am-9:00pm (last boarding at 8:45pm)
- About a 2-minute walk from Iyo Railway’s Matsuyama City Station
- Official Website
- Official Website (Japanese)