An amusement park in Tokyo gets innovative during the pandemic. Along with announcement of the reopening on September 19, Yomiuriland has revealed a new package called “Amusement Workstation” which the park has started taking reservation since October 15.

Amusement Workstation at Yomiuriland Theme Park

The package includes an hour-long ride on the park’s Ferris wheel with no extra charge as well as the use of “poolside workstation.” You can choose your time slogging away at the poolside and have a Zoom meeting on the Ferris wheel.

WiFi is available onboard the Ferris wheel cabin. Though there is no mention of power outlet. It probably has none and so, you’d better make sure your laptop and all other gadgets are topped for the work in the air.

Amusement Workstation at Yomiuriland Theme Park

WiFi and power outlet are available at the poolside work area, however, which also include a table, two chairs and a pair of poolside deck chairs.

Other perks include free towel ticket for Oka No Yu facility located outside of the park, and Yomiuri Golf Garden 20 balls free and up to 3 rental clubs. The latter does not include admission fee which costs 500 yen (US$5).

Of course, you will also get to visit the different attractions in the park if you get sick of working.

Amusement Workstation costs 1,900 yen (about US$18) on weekdays and 2,000 yen (approximately US$19) on weekends per person.

Images: Youtube (South China Morning Post)/Yomiuriland.

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Source: YouTube (South China Morning Post).

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