Odaiba is a prominent tourist area with several unique sightseeing spots that belong to Tokyo’s most famous. With sea, sky, and skyscrapers all coexisting in this area, you’ll get an interesting shot no matter where you are. Let’s take a look at a few select spots where you can easily get some fabulous photos on your visit!
Snap Fuji TV Building’s Unique Architecture
Fuji TV is one of Japan’s popular commercial TV broadcasting stations. The sight of the unique spherical observatory on the 25th floor is unlike any other, looking like it’s floating in mid-air. Try taking the sea bus F\from Odaiba Kaihinkoen (Odaiba Seaside Park) for another look at the towering TV station from the ocean, a scenery you’ll definitely want to capture.
- Address 2-4-8, Daiba, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 137-8088, Japan
A Magical Night Scene from Yume no Ohashi, the “Big Bridge of Dreams”
Yume no Ohashi, “The Big Bridge of Dreams” connects Tokyo Teleport Station to Mizu no Hiroba Koen (Water Plaza Park) and is a bridge just for pedestrians. On clear days, you can photograph Mt. Fuji in the distance but the real photo recommendation is during the evening when the sun goes down and the street lights are being lit up. If you point your camera towards Ariake Station, you can have Palette Town’s iconic giant Ferris wheel towering in the background of your photo, colorfully lit up in different colors and making for an enigmatic, dreamlike night scene.
- Address 1-Ariake3, Aomi, Koto-ku, Tokyo, 135-0064, Japan
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