Odaiba is an artificial island in Tokyo Bay and is very popular city for sightseeing. Lately tourists come to the city are increasing radically. There are a lot of fun attractions for tourists in this city.
Do you want to take the Japanese style bath “Onsen”? want to see life-size GUNDAM? want to buy Japanese stuff?
This time I want you to know eight popular places in Odaiba.
It takes whole day to enjoy this city. Maybe not enough. We should visit each places efficiently!
Can we go now? OK perfect!
Palette Town is a big amusement mall in Odaiba. The symbol of this mall is the biggest Ferris wheel in Japan.
Venus Fort is an amusement park-like shopping mall in Palette Town mainly for women.
It has three stories which is named as “Venus Family” “Venus Grand” “Venus outlet”.
It is reproduced as European street inside of this♪
MEGAWEB is an exhibition hall of Toyota placed on the first floor of Palette Town. You can have a test drive on the 1.3 Km long running track.
Palette Town giant Ferris wheel
The symbol of Palette Town, the biggest Ferris wheel in Japan. You can look over Haneda airport and skyscrapers in Shinjuku. The view from the Ferris wheel at night is breathtaking! It is ranked as the best night view of Ferris wheel.
It takes 16 minutes to go around.
Tokyo Leisure Land Odaiba
A giant amusement hall in Palette Town. You can play bowling, video games, batting center, Karaoke, billiards, darts and other attractions.
address： 1 Oume, Koto, Tokyo
nearrest station： Oume station on Yurikamome line
Ooedo Onsen Monogatari
Ooedo Onsen Monogatari is an Onsen amusement park located in Oume, Koto. Onsen means Sento style hot spring. It is represented as Edo period style inside. It’s like time traveling. You can enjoy Sento with Japanese traditional Edo style.
address： 2-6-3 Oume, Koto, Tokyo
nearrest station： Telecom Center Station on Yurikamome line
Nihon Kagaku Miraikan, National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation (Miraikan)
Miraikan is a national museum of science located in Oume, Koto. The new- edge sciences and technology are exhibited here.
address： 2-3-6 Oume, Koto, Tokyo
nearrest station： Fune no Kagakukan Station on Yurikamome line
Fune no Kagakukan, Museum of Maritime Science
This museum was opened in 1974, and its main hall paused in 2011. Now 2015, annex exhibition hall next to main hall is open for free. And Muneya, which is the first Antarctic research ship, is also open for free, but we need to pay some donation.
Inside of annex exhibition hall.