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Palette Town

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October 16, 2017
The large Ferris Wheel, one of the symbols of town, is located in Pallete Town. Enjoy the view of Tokyo Tower, TOKYO SKYTREE, Tokyo Gate Bridge, and rainbow Bridge. Palette Town includes a large shopping mall called Venus Fort opened in 1999. It was designed featuring 17th century Europe townscape…
October 1, 2017
large shopping and entertainment complex with shopping malls, entertainment complex, and a ferris wheel with an amazing night view of tokyo bay.
September 23, 2016
Palette Town is a group of shopping and commercial facilities that include VenusFort, a shopping mail that resembles beautiful streets from 18th century Europe, Mega Web, a hands-on car theme park, Tokyo Leisure Land, an indoor amusement facility, Zepp Tokyo, a concert hall, and one of the world's…
February 16, 2017
雲集時裝、雜貨、電子產品、品牌折扣店等於一處的大型商場「維納斯城堡Venus Fort」,還有網羅最新車款,小孩也可以享受駕駛樂趣的「MEGA WEB」,再加上台場地標「大觀覽車」摩天輪,室內遊樂場「東京Leisure Land」、表演會場「Zepp Tokyo」,從早到晚,樂趣層出不窮。

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“A Café located near the Kichioji-station. The feature of the café is that all seats are hammocks.”
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“Just outside of Oji Station, Asukayama Park is home to the Asukayama Museum, the Paper Museum and the Shibusawa Memorial Museum. Visit during springtime, when roughly 650 cherry trees turn the park shades of pink and white.”
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“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.”
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Kōtō-ku, Tōkyō-to 135-0000