"Odaiba - one of the many landfills in Toyko Bay" Odaiba Tip by FelixB

Odaiba, Tokyo: 58 reviews and 95 photos

  Odaiba Seen From Toyko Tower
by FelixB
 
 

Odaiba is one of the many artificial islands found in the Tokyo Bay. In the beginning of the 90s it was for business settlement only and it became a pure wasteland until it was opened for other branches as well. Since then hotels, shopping malls and other entertainment settled there.
Striking is the adventorous architecture of Fuji TV, the convention center Toyko Big Sight and the biggest ferris wheel in Tokyo and probably Japan.
Othe rpoints of interest are the Maritime Museum inside a reconstroction of a ship, the many shopping malls including Venus Fort that represents shopping in Venice, and the indoor theme park Joypolis by Sega.

Address: Daiba, Minato-ku
Directions: Yurikamome ODAIBA-KAIHIN-KOEN
Website: http://homepage2.nifty.com/odaiba-web/

Review Helpfulness: 4 out of 5 stars

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  • Updated Apr 10, 2005
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