Found in Tokyo Summerland, a Japanese theme park, you would be hard-pressed to find any water in this pool, especially during summer.
The open air Maracana stadium found in Rio de Janeiro, also known as the Estadio Jornalista Mario Filho was constructed in the 50’s to host the World Cup and has since set the world record for attendance at a football game with almost a quarter of a million spectators.
Tokyo is certainly not very well-known for having lots of space, which evidently holds true of its escalators. In fact, in 2008 one of its busier ones actually came to a grinding halt and began to move backward, piling people at the bottom and sending several of them to the emergency room.
Although there are many ways to measure the congestion of an airport, Hartsfield Jackson International in Atlanta sees the largest number of passengers in its terminals every year with over 92 million, 15 million more than runner-up Beijing Capital International Airport.
Not only is Tokyo ridiculously crowded above ground, things don’t change much down below. It’s home to the busiest subway system in the world with over 3.16 billion annually. That’s more than twice as many as New York City (although the NYC system has more stations).