In Tokyo, there aren’t many places where you can see the sea. Odaiba is one of them. Note this post is not in chronological order. I visit Odaiba when I first came to Tokyo.
Gundam Front Tokyo
For fans of the Gundam franchise of futuristic robots, there is a museum just for that. For all others like me, you can pose in front of the gigantic statue outside Diver City Tokyo mall.
Mega Web Toyota City
For car fanatics, there is Mega Web Toyota City. Haruka, Tomoko and I watch a free 4D experience film (maybe 10 minutes long). The queue isn’t long. I recommend it.
Tokyo Trick Art Museum
Located in Odaiba (there’s another one located elsewhere in greater Tokyo), Tokyo’s Trick Art Museum is a great for kids and adults, anyone who likes to role play. I think it costs something like ¥400. It’s not very big but great fun.
This museum is great for those who like to take portraits. Bring a few friends and have some fun.
Thank you Haruka and Tomoko for taking me here!
There is also Miraikan, National Museum of Emerging Science, which my friend highly recommends if you’re into the futuristic side of Japan. We opted out due to lack of time and me being exhausted.
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