Odaiba, also called ‘Daiba’ for short, has become increasingly popular with foreign tourists. Originally built from reclaimed land in defense of Tokyo (then called Edo) in 1853, it has become a hotspot for both young people and those young at heart. There is shopping, a ferris wheel, otaku meccas, onsen and beautiful views–something for everyone to enjoy.

In this article, we will take you through the top 10 things to do in Odaiba to help you make the most out of your visit. From a visit to the symbolic Fuji TV station and character spots to a relaxing bay cruise, experience the best of Odaiba in one day… or more… whichever suits your fancy!



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