OSAKA--If you have ever wondered what it would feel like to hang off the edge of a 300-meter cliff in the middle of a big city, you will soon get the chance to find out.

The "Edge The Harukas" attraction entails strolling along a narrow ledge on the top of Abeno Harukas, Japan’s tallest building, and bending over the side to get a dizzying view of the streets below.

It starts March 7, and participants will be allowed to walk on a deck just 60 centimeters in width and 20 meters in length for seven minutes.

Guests, who will be exposed to buffeting winds, will be leashed for safety.

According to operator Kintetsu Real Estate Co., which announced the "tour" Feb. 13, it will be the first attraction in Japan where visitors can be at such a great height in the open air and without any wall for safety.

The fee is 1,000 yen ($9.30) in addition to the admission to the observatory. The service includes a photograph as visitors are not allowed to use their own cameras.

There is no age limitation, but people 145 cm or less in height and 200 cm or taller are prohibited.