Harumi Wharf is a beautiful pier that gives an unobstructed view of Tokyo Bay and the surrounding harbour. Known to be favoured port of call for cruise liners, it's a great location to get an up and close personal view of some of today's modern luxury ships.
Harumi Wharf is home to Fuwa Ginran (風媒銀乱), a kinetic wind sculpture crafted by world-famous Japanese kinetic sculptor Michio Ihara in 1991. On windy days, due to the design of the sculpture, the squares suspended inside will rotate thanks to the kinetic energy created by the wind. Michio Ihara has his works have been on display at the Rockefeller Center in New York and other international venues.
Harumi Wharf is located near Harumi Pier Park, which provides an enjoyable scenic view of the area and popular landmarks such as Tokyo's Rainbow Bridge. The pier is open to the general public 24 hours a day, making it a great location for early risers and night owls alike.
For those who enjoy cycling, Harumi Wharf offers cycling tours in the form of a "Half-day Cycling Tour" and a "Night Bike Tour" that takes advantage of the beautiful view of the setting sun and night lights to guide you on your tour.
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