Odaiba is an artificial island in the Tokyo bay with construction beginning at the end of the 20th century, 

The most touristic part of Odaiba is its Western area. Here is where you'll find various shopping centres, restaurants and terraces with magnificent views of the Tokyo bay.

Here you'll also find a replica of the Statue of Liberty, and the Tokyo beach, a favourite for couples who want to enjoy the sunset with the Rainbow Bridge and the city as a backdrop.

What to see in Odaiba

As well as the previously mentioned attractions, you'll also find a range of museums, with the highlights being the National Museum of Science and Innovation (Miraikan) and the Mega Web, a Toyota exposition with cars from throughout history.

Among the other interesting sights on the island is the Ferris Wheel, 115 metres tall, and the Fuji building, which has some exceptional views if you take the time climb to the top.


If you're looking for an authentically Japanese experience, in Odaiba you can also visit the  Ooedo-Onsen-Monogatari thermal baths.

This onsen is the largest in Tokyo, and consists of various baths both inside and outside, with thermal waters coming from 1,400 metres underground. And if you're lacking for entertainment, the complex also has restaurants, massage halls and other activities.


Monorail: Yurikamone line from Shimbashi or Shiodome.
Boats: Leaving from various points in Tokyo.

Nearby places

Museum of Science and Innovation (980 m) Tsukiji Market (3.9 km) Ginza (4.9 km) Roppongi (5.5 km) Shibuya (7.6 km)