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Best things to do in Aomi

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Colloquial Area
“An ultramodern area on Tokyo Bay, the Odaiba district is your go-to place for pleasure cruising, shopping and general seaside fun. The island built in Tokyo Bay was originally created by the Edo shogunate (1603-1867) to protect Tokyo from the threat of marine attacks. Today it serves a very different purpose—as a breezy entertainment hub with attractions for the entire family. Set aside a full day for maximum enjoyment.”
66 locals recommend
Hot Spring
“Representative Hot spring in Tokyo! We can enjoy hot spring, meal, and experience Japanese traditional culture^^ You will stay a fantastic 1day. Access: Nippori stn(Yamanote line)--Shinbashi stn(Yurikamome Line)--Telecom center stn.”
26 locals recommend
Convention Center
“Tokyo Big Site / 東京ビッグサイト Tokyo International Exhibition Center, familiar with the name of Tokyo Big Sight, is the largest conversation center in Japan that opened in 1996. The event calendar is full throughout the year. The exhibition area has 10 exhibition halls with the area of 80,000 square meters welcoming more than 10 million people every year. It is the finish line for Tokyo Marathon and a venue for many major events including Tokyo Mortor Show, Japan IT Week, Comiket(comic market), and international Gift Show. An unbelievable number of industry trade shows are held every day.”
5 locals recommend
Theme Park
“Tokyo Joypolis, one of the largest indoor amusement parks in Japan at Decks Tokyo Beach, is based on the concept of “digital real”, a fusion of digital and real. You can experience a new extraordinary experience, such as a live stage that combines abundant attractions and video with real performance. Attractions that use state-of-the-art VR technology cannot be overlooked. Because it is indoors, it is recommended for sightseeing on rainy days.”
19 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“Largest food court in the Odaiba area. There has been Tokyo's famous restaurant.”
9 locals recommend
Establishment
“The most famous TV station in Japan. Observatory and theater room, there is also a restaurant.”
16 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“Entertainment-type shopping center. There are 140 shops or more of the shops and restaurants.”
9 locals recommend
Toy / Game Store
“Life size Gundam Statue is very famous not only for tourist but for all Japanese as well. Fan of Transformers Movie, this is a must see! ”
8 locals recommend
Spa
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“Worth a visit for the kids; where the locals go From Shinjuku Station Taxi 30 minutes Train 50 minutes ”
30 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“Venus Fort is a shopping mall in the style of a 18th century South European town. The mall features over a hundred shops, fashion boutiques, cafes and restaurants plus the another highlight of it is the unique car show. ”
13 locals recommend
Museum
“ The exhibition consists of the three themes of connecting to the earth, exploring the world, and creating the future. Visitors can touch on various cutting-edge technologies in Japan, including exhibitions of space, life, and robots. The director is Mr. Mamoru Mohri, an astronaut. Noteworthy is Dome Theater Gaia where you can enjoy 3D realistic images. Advance web reservation is recommended because it is popular.”
10 locals recommend
Point of Interest
“Shopping malls, car theme park, amusement park, is the spot where amusement are aligned.”
7 locals recommend
Bus Station
“'Oedo Onsen Monogatari' This place is AMAZING!!! I been all over Japan and have not found a place like this. Not only you have a variety of baths to try, (indoor, outdoor, jet, bubble, cold, sauna), there are also TVs and restaurants INSIDE the facility. I only been there one day, but wished I could have extended it over several days. ”
12 locals recommend
Lodging
“It's Hilton Hotel in Odaiba.Just across the Rainbow Bridge from Shinbashi, this Odaiba hotel gives off the ambience of a resort. Placed on the waterfront, the balconies give the sense of being on a boat at full sail (many of which can actually be seen on the water). The location also affords views of Tokyo Bay and Rainbow Bridge, as well as private shuttle buses to Tokyo Disney Resort. Re-opened by the Hilton group in autumn 2015, the hotel has had a full makeover, raising standards across the board both in the guest rooms and the public areas.”
2 locals recommend
Point of Interest
“It's in Odaiba area, you can simulate snowboarding in the half-pipe canyon or ride a virtual hang-glider through tropical islands at this indoor park in Odaiba that is packed with Sega’s virtual-reality attractions. Bilingual instructions are provided for each game. The ‘non-virtual’ highlight is the Spin Bullet, a whirling rollercoaster.”
1 local recommends
Gym
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“Ooedo-Onsen-Monogatari is a natural onsen (hot spring) theme park in the Odaiba area near Tokyo Bay. Visitors can experience 13 varieties of baths including indoor baths using water from natural hot springs that gush up from the source 1,400 meters under ground. In addition, everyone from children to adults can spend the day strolling about in casual yukata robes through the Hirokoji and Happakuyacho shopping arcades that recreate the vibrant bustle of the Shitamachi (downtown) section of old Edo.”
7 locals recommend