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Odaiba : 10 Best Things to Do in 2019

THINGS TO DO

Doraemon Future Department Store: Official Doraemon Store in Tokyo
Odaiba Winter illumination 2019
Oedo Onsen Monogatari: Onsen Theme Park in Odaiba, Tokyo
Odaiba Illumination YAKEI 2018–2019
MORI Building DIGITAL ART MUSEUM: EPSON teamLab Borderless-Odaiba, Tokyo
ULTRA JAPAN 2019: Japan’s Biggest EDM Festival
TOYOTA Mega Web Showroom Tokyo in Odaiba
3 Days Itinerary in Tokyo: High-tech Obsession
Stroll in the South of Tokyo: DiverCity Tokyo Plaza
MIRAIKAN: Tokyo National Museum of Emerging Science
Venus Fort Odaiba: Shop at the Medieval European Village in Tokyo!
6 Best Restaurants in Odaiba Area
Odaiba Restaurant Guide-vol.7: Khazana
Odaiba Restaurant Guide-vol.6: Eggs’n Things Odaiba
KUA ‘AINA: Hawaiian Style Burger Restaurant in Odaiba
Hibiki: a Scenic Dining Bar in Odaiba
Hamayu: Gorgeous Restaurant with Night Views in Odaiba
Gonpachi Odaiba : the Kill Bill Restaurant in Odaiba Tokyo

Odaiba, the eventful town within the Tokyo Bay area, is an artificial island originally constructed for military purposes. You can still find the remains of the Artillery battery.

Nowadays, it is one of the large tourist attractions in Tokyo, and Rainbow Bridge is its most remarkable landmark. The night view of the bridge illuminated and backed by the view of the Tokyo buildings is mesmerizing.

It is the perfect place for families with kids to come and spend the entire day. Many large-scale commercial facilities are aligned with many options for shopping and eating.

There is also a large onsen themed park where you can experience and enjoy the traditional onsen culture. You can learn and experience the latest of technologies and space exploration in the National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation, also known as “Miraikan”. Also, lots of large-scale events and expositions are regularly held at the Tokyo Big Sight.

The digital art museum is one of the latest popular attractions, which is just one of the many attractive points of Odaiba. You can even enjoy the scenery on your way to Odaiba via water using the Tokyo Cruise that sails from Asakusa.