Odaiba is a large artificial island in Tokyo Bay, Japan, across the Rainbow Bridge from central Tokyo. It is home to the No. 3 Battery Park (“Dai-San Daiba”), numerous shopping malls, a ferris wheel, a beach (no swimming allowed though…), the Fuji TV building (photo above) and the Miraikan museum, as well as hotels, offices and residential towers. Part of the island is used as a port for cargo ship operations.

Above, the No. 3 Battery Park.

Above, view of the Rainbow Bridge from the beach.

Above, beach decorated with lanterns forming the shape of the olympic rings.

Above, Sega Joypolis inside Decks Tokyo shopping mall.

Above, Monster Hunter shop inside Aqua City shopping mall.

Above, inside the Fuji TV Building.

Above, a replica of the Statue of Liberty.

Above, Rainbow Bridge at night.

Above, the Odaiba Marine Park.

Above, wind tower for providing air to a tunnel crossing Tokyo Bay.

Above, the Museum of Maritime Science (currently closed).

Above, inside the Soya icebreaker, a ship originally used for the scientific exploration of Antarctica.

Above, the National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation (Miraikan).

Above, the Telecom Center.

Above, view from the Telecom Center observation deck.

Above, the Oedo Onsen Monogatari.

Above, view of the port of Tokyo across Tokyo Bay.

Above, Palette Town.

Above, Venus Fort shopping mall.

Above, the Toyota @web showroom.

Above, aboard the Daikanransha ferris wheel.

Above, Teleport Bridge and metro station.

Above, full-size statue of a Gundam mecha.

Above, crossing the Rainbow Bridge aboard the New Transit Yurikamome train.


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