Odaiba gathers a number of large amusement facilities and museums. There are many leisure activities available and you can spend a full day with your significant other or family without ever getting bored. The Fuji TV headquarters and the Ferris wheel are only 15 minutes away on foot. But to get around more efficiently, you can also use the convenient monorail.
Travel Back in Time at Oedo-Onsen Monogatari
This indoor hot spring amusement facility is based on the concept of an old Edo Town. You can borrow and wear a yukata free of charge, and can enjoy the spa during the day or spend a night at the spa. The pride of the establishment is its 13 kinds of baths that come from a natural source 1,400 meters underground. In addition, men and women can wear yukata and enjoy Tokyo’s longest and widest foot bath together. Paid games and activities such as throwing shuriken (ninja stars) are also held every day.
Superb View from Fuji TV’s Spherical Observation Room
The Fuji TV building is a well-known symbol of Odaiba. The portion of the building with the round silver ball has a diameter of 32 meters. Inside of the spherical observation room provides you with a 270-degree panoramic view. From the 25th floor, on a clear day, you can view many of Tokyo’s landmarks such as Tokyo Tower and Roppongi Hills in the same view.
Venus Fort: A Sky You Must See!
Located in the Palette Town complex, this indoor shopping mall replicates the look of medieval European streets. It also features outlets and, since dining options are abundant, enjoy shopping without having to worry about the weather and the time. The ceiling that changes color every hour or so is a must-see. A sky is projected above you and changes from a clear blue daytime sky to a beautiful sunset orange.
An Amazing View of Tokyo from the Ferris wheel
The Ferris wheel in Palette Town, with its height of 150 meters, is one of Japan’s tallest Ferris wheels. It takes about 16 minutes to go all the way around. If the weather is nice, it is one of the best locations to see attractions such as the Tokyo Tower, the TOKYO SKYTREE (R), and the Rainbow Bridge. At night, enjoy the neon illuminations that are attached to the rotating wheel. Come enjoy a romantic night sky during any season, from the cherry blossoms in the spring to a snowy white scene in the winter.
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