The abandoned Igosu 108 Ferris Wheel at Biwako Tower, Shiga, Japan, opened April 26 at 108 meters (354 ft) tall, hence its name. It was closed in 2001. It is now surrounded by a low fence, among other things full of holes. At the bottom, there are boarded-up booths with equipment and the remains of other surviving attractions – an autodrome and a pond. The wheel can be climbed by different ladders to different heights. Ladders to the central axis of the wheel run in the main vertical supports, but the heavy doors leading to them are thoroughly rusted and cannot be opened manually.
If you wish, you can try to climb along the radial beams of the wheel, but we will leave this entertainment to professional roofers like Makhorka and Raskalov. Here they will definitely be able to. Homeless people also live next to the wheel, but they are so phlegmatic about visitors that they will not even get out of their trash cans.