Sightseeing tour in Odaiba
Standard sightseeing course
There's even more to see in Odaiba other than the famous spots like Fuji TV and the life-sized Gundam statue!!
Here's an introduction to some great popular spots that you can easily walk to on your first visit to Odaiba.
This is a large shopping mall where you can enjoy shopping and entertainment
Diver City Tokyo Plaza
Life-sized Unicorn Gundam
DiverCity Tokyo Plaza is well-known for its giant, 1:1 scale Unicorn Gundam statue.
The large shopping mall is furnished with plenty to enjoy.
Besides shopping for clothes and eating at the food court, visitors can also enjoy activities like bowling and karaoke at Round 1, or even live concerts at the music hall Zepp DiverCity.
Flame of Freedom Statue
This statue was a present from France in commemoration of the "J'aime la France" promotion campaign in Japan.
The statue, a work by sculptor Marc Couturier, is 27 meters tall (platform included), making it even taller than the Odaiba Statue of Liberty.
A symbolic statue in commemoration of the friendship between France and Japan
Statue of Liberty
Limited-time lightup event
The Statue of Liberty Monument in Paris, France.
To commemorate the "J'aime la France" promotion, this monument spent about one year in Odaiba starting in 1998.
A replica was made from a mold taken from the monument, which now stands as a permanent fixture in Odaiba.
It is 11 meters tall when measured from its platform, and about 1/7th the size of New York's Statue of Liberty.
The Gate of Venus
In West Promenade Park, near the Fuji TV headquarters, visitors can find "The Gate of Venus," a work by Souji Sugiyama that shows a "gate" to the future.
A combination of old and new, within the work we find hopes for a world that is easy to live in and prayers for humanity's happiness.
The 270-degree panoramic observation room is unforgettable!! Odaiba's best landmarks
When speaking of Odaiba, You can't forget about Fuji TV, whose office building is most impressive for its giant spherical orb.
The familiar round symbol is actually an observation room named "Hachitama," and visitors are allowed to go inside.
From here, you can see a 270-degree panoramic view of the scenery, which includes Rainbow Bridge, Tokyo Tower, and Tokyo Skytree.
A shopping complex where you can enjoy one of the world's largest Ferris wheels and the latest digital art
Giant Sky Wheel
100 meters in diameter and 115 meters above ground, from this giant Ferris wheel you can get a sweeping view of Tokyo Bay during the day, or enjoy a night view colored by an assortment of 12,000 illuminated lights at night.
The spot also gives visitors the chance to experience things a bit outside the ordinary. Here, you can visit places like "teamLab Borderless," where you can enjoy the latest in digital art, "MEGA WEB," a car-themed amusement park, or VenusFort, a shopping mall modeled after medieval Europe.