Enjoy a unique perspective alongside the terrace of the open deck area at the great shopping complex “Decks Tokyo Beach.” Get a good look of Odaiba from the panoramic roof on the 6th floor of the Seaside Mall, from the gorgeous ocean view of the bay area during the day, to the spectacular sight of the lit up Rainbow Bridge at night, all while savoring a delicious barbecue meal from this impeccable location.
You are even allowed to bring in your own food and drinks to enjoy from this spot! Starting from April 29th you can reserve barbecue grills and food in advance, letting you come with both hands free, ready to eat! Reservations can be made online or by phone.
digiq BBQ CAFE DECKS Tokyo Beach
The Fuji TV building, Rainbow Bridge, Tokyo Bay, and several other attractive spots of Odaiba sit in front of the “Aqua City Odaiba” shopping mall. The restaurants on the 3rd to 6th floors let you dine with a fantastic ocean view. Before dusk, head to the deck space of the 6th floor to view an amazing sunset. Watch as the glowing sun sinks into the ocean with the vibrant rays reflecting off the surface of the bay, and once night falls enjoy the display of neon lights dazzling off the coast.
Telecom Center Building’s highest floor is the 21st floor which houses an observatory that opens from 3:00 p.m. with an admission price of 500 yen for adults. This is a spot where you can get a perfect panoramic view of the entirety of Odaiba. For being an amazing spot it is actually not known to many, making it a perfect secret spot to visit. This observatory provides a luxurious 260 degree view of the Tokyo cityscape, which can be enjoyed until 9:00 p.m. Last entry for the observatory is at 8:30 p.m.
Telecom Center Observatory
Outside the 3rd floor of Aqua City Odaiba near the Lady Liberty Gate is an open space to take some great scenic photos. Make use of this nice spot to take some pictures of the Rainbow Bridge with the Odaiba Statue of Liberty both in the same scene! Don’t hesitate to take that selfie when you visit!
*This information is from the time of this article's publication.