Japanese theme park is offering remote working on wifi equipped ferris wheel during the pandemic.

Yomiuriland, an amusement park in Tokyo, launched an “amusement workation” package to include a working booth next to its pool and a ride on its observation Ferris wheel with a portable WiFi router

Giving a whole new meaning to “an office with a view.”

Fleq President Tatsuki Yamamoto points his laptop camera toward the window of a Ferris wheel to show the scenery to his employees who are taking part in an online meeting with him at Yomiuriland in Tokyo on Thursday. | REUTERS

Visitors will have to obey new health and safety rules due to the pandemic. Masks are required when it’s not possible to maintain social distancing, according to the park’s website, and some attractions or shops may be closed.

Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, more than 30 Japanese theme parks have asked visitors to refrain from screaming onboard roller coasters to avoid potential contamination between passengers.

Yomiuriland theme park sells day passes for 1,900 yen ($18.05) per person on weekdays, and 2,000 yen ($19) for weekends and holidays, including a rental workspace by the pool side, a ride on the Ferris wheel, as well as free golf balls at a driving range inside the park.