This course will take you from Daiba Station to Aomi Station on the Yurikamome Line, and will introduce must see, popular spots in Odaiba. The area offers so many ways and spots to entertain yourself that you can easily spend a whole day there.
Hachitama - Fuji TV’s Spherical Observation Room
Looking like a round silver ball floating between two buildings, the Hachitama spherical observation room is located on the 25th floor of the Fuji TV headquarters. While being a TV station, part of the building can be accessed for 550 yen. Enjoy a large panoramic 270-degree view of the attractions of Tokyo, such as the Tokyo Tower and Roppongi Hills.
Hachitama Spherical Observation Roomフジテレビ球体展望室「はちたま」
- Address 2-4-8, Daiba, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 137-8088, Japan
Lunch at TARLUM BIANCO
How about lunch while enjoying a view of the Rainbow Bridge and Tokyo Bay scenery? Standing in the Odaiba Seaside Park, TARLUM BIANCO is proud of its seafood that the chef gets straight from Tsukiji Fish Market every day. Lunch consists of a main meat or fish course, comes with salad and soup, and is reasonably prices around 1,000 yen.
TARLUM BIANCOTARLUM BIANCO
- Address 1-4-1, Daiba, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 135-0091, Japan
Shopping in Venus Fort
Located in the Palette Town complex, this indoor shopping mall replicates the style of European streets from the 17th and 18th centuries. There are about 180 stores offering everything from household goods, clothing, jewelry, pet supplies, and more. Dining options are plentiful and include cafes, Japanese, Chinese, and Western food.
A Superb View from Palette Town’s Ferris Wheel
This huge and iconic Ferris wheel of Odaiba is 115 meters tall. If the weather is nice, it is one of the best locations to view attractions such as the Tokyo Tower, the TOKYO SKYTREE (R), and the Rainbow Bridge. You can have up to 6 people in one gondola, 920 yen per adult, for a 16 minute ride. Tickets for the same day can be purchased at the boarding platform. The Ferris wheel is lit up at night, making it a highly very romantic spot.
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