It offers a 180 degree view of Tokyo Bay and is said to be particularly lovely at sunset.
In summer, it is filled with lively children.
Nearby, there is a wooden play structure in the shape of a ship.
National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation (Miraikan)
Its wide-open space allows people and information to circulate freely. This concept is embodied in the transparent exterior of the Miraikan.
The dynamic exhibition space has permanent zones with themes of "Explore the frontiers" and "Create your future."
As a landmark of Odaiba's Symbol Promenade, it acts as an office building to various types of companies. Its atrium where different types of events take place is often used as the stage for filming airport scenes. It also has an observation deck that offers a panoramic view of the New Tokyo Waterfront Subcenter.
There is a fee for entering the observation deck.
Tokyo Big Sight
Its official name is the Tokyo International Exhibition Center, but it is nicknamed Tokyo Big Sight.
It is Japan's largest exhibition hall, and it holds all sorts of trade fairs and exhibitions.
Statue of Liberty
The Statue of Liberty in New York was given by France as a gift to commemorate the independence of the United States. The statue before you was made from a cast of a Statue of Liberty that was sent to France from the United States.
This statue here is the permanent installation.
This building is the Fuji TV office building. It was completed in 1996 and is very popular as a symbol of the New Tokyo Waterfront Subcenter.
The sphere part is an observation room that is known as ”Hachitama."
Panasonic Center Tokyo
Panasonic Center Tokyo offers guidance in Japanese, English, and Chinese. Various events and workshops are held here on the weekend. It also has a RiSuPia hands-on museum for visitors to see the wonders of math and science with various experience-based exhibits on the principles of math and science.
Sona Area Tokyo Disaster Prevention Base
This is a disaster prevention experience and training facility that lets you learn about disasters in a realistic disaster area while solving quizzes on a tablet.
Can you survive the first 72 hours after a major earthquake?
It is famous for its medieval European decor, and holds lively events like the Hawaii Festival. It is popular for its gorgeous atmosphere, with an expansive sky on the ceiling and a large fountain inside, despite it being indoors.
DECKS Tokyo Beach
The Madame Tussauds wax figure museum displays wax figures of Hollywood celebrities and famous Japanese people.
There is also a Lego theme park and Joypolis arcade.