Odaiba is popular place for family – either outdoor or indoor, you can enjoy whole day.
If you visit Odaiba for the first time, this area would be recommended.
Getting out DAIBA station of Yurikamome monorail, there is green park along the beach with statue of Liberty (Replica). She is presented by France government in 1998 to commemorate friendship between France and Japan. Size is 1/9 of the one in New York, about 11m tall. (about 17m include pedestal)
With rainbow bridge in the back, this is one of the famous scenery spot in Tokyo.
DECKS & AQUA-CITY Odaiba
There are 2 big shopping complex buildings – DECKS, and AQUA CITY.
Good variety stores and restaurant / cafe are here, try find your favorite.
Baby stroller rental is available at reception. (no charge, inside the mall use only)
DECKS Tokyo Beach (shopping mall)
AQUA CITY Odaiba (shopping mall)
Address : 1-6-1 Daiba, Minato-ku, Tokyo 135-0091 (Link to Google MAP)
Time travel to Japanese 1960s
DECKS 4F, Daiba 1chome Shotengai is shopping theme park back to 1960’s Japan.
Retro goods, toys, games, clothes, and foods…
I found lots of interesting things here which I even never seen before.
Trick Art Museum on the same floor is fun for family too. *Need admission fee
■Daiba ichome Shotengai – Japanese retro goods shops (4F)
■Trick Art Museum – amusement museum (4F) *Need admission fee
When you are hungry a little bit, how about TAKOYAKI?
Takoyaki is Japanese traditional food, one bite round shaped snack.
Here, five different style Takoyaki shops are opened together.
If you haven’t tried TAKOYAKI yet, why not.
Oh be careful at first bite – it’s very hot inside Takoyaki.
■TAKOYAKI Museum – Food court (DECKS 4F)
Legoland Tokyo Discovery Center
If your kids love lego, nice indoor playground for a while.
Not so big facility (1-3h might be enough), 2-12years old kids enjoy most.
Entrance is on DECKS 3F.
Madame Tussauds museum Tokyo is on same floor.
→More about Legoland Tokyo Discovery Center
Baby/Kids products shopping
Japanese baby/children products shop chain.
As all you know – the store in central Tokyo.
Odaiba marine park
There is small beach in front of DECKS shopping mall.
Not for swimming though, kids having fun just playing with sand.
Address : 1-4, Daiba, Minato-ku, Tokyo
There is boat dock in front of this building.
You can come and go to Asakusa by cruise boat from here.
(16:05 is final departure, as of 2020 summer)
→More about Tokyo bay cruise
Odaiba seaside park pier (Link to boat cruise official website)
Address : 1-4-1, daiba, Minato-ku, Tokyo (Link to Google MAP)