Yomiuriland theme park near Tokyo, Japan, is inviting visitors to work remotely from the luxury of a Ferris wheel. With many still working from home due to Covid-19 restrictions, Yomiuriland is striving to provide homeworkers with a charge of scenery and the chance to work with a view.

Yomiuriland is offering an “Amusement Workcation” package. The package includes a table, chairs and Wi-Fi located either next to the park’s palm-tree lined swimming pool or on the Ferris wheel.

When their working day is done, guests to enjoy other attractions at the theme park, including a haunted house, botanical garden and laser tag.

The “Amusement Workstation” package was launched on October 15. It costs 1,900 yen ($18) for a single person and 3,600 yen ($34) for two people.

Just 35 minutes from Shinjuku, Yomiuriland is the largest amusement park in Tokyo.