TOKYO — Toyota Motor Corp. says its ¥15 billion (US$140 million) Mega Web amusement park complex is packing them in, but adds it's too early to tell whether it is turning visitors into carbuyers. The Mega Web is a sprawling amusement center located near the base of the Rainbow Bridge overlooking Tokyo Bay — an entertainment district said to draw young people. The complex features a Ferris wheel billed as the world's tallest, an indoor roller coaster called Future World and a variety of ...

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