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Odaiba is an entertainment hotspot with a giant ferris wheel, concert halls, amusement arcades and lots of shopping. It also boasts Oedo-onsen-monogatari, a hotspring that recreates old Edo-era ambiance and is very popular with foreign visitors. Shiodome has ultra-modern office buildings where you can often find restaurants with a great high-rise view of Tokyo. The neighboring area of Shinbashi is a district of much older commercial buildings and it's a great place to join 'salary men' enjoying a drink and snacks at street stalls under the railway bridges after work.
Eat, see, and stay in Odaiba / Shiodome / Shinbashi
Architectural Buildings, Points of Interest & Landmarks
"A Must See"
reviewed 2 days ago by Pieter M
For a relatively low price, this is a popular choice for us tourists. Not only does it give spectacular views of the city, on a clear day you can see Mt Fuji. Also, it is interesting to look down on the old mixed with the new ... surprisingly, there are buildings that survived the horrible bombings of WW2 and they...
"Great place to visit before heading to your flight at Haneda"
reviewed 1 week ago by Tim S
If you're flying out of Haneda International Airport, go to Odaiba first. It's got beautiful views and many shops. It's near the airport, so you can take the Rinkai Line and interchange to the Tokyo Monorail to Haneda, takes about 20 minutes only!
Was great to find some open space in Odaiba the mall and food court are a lot more modern and new than Aqua City which is getting a bit rough around the edges..
The Gundam statue (The locals hate you calling it a transformer) attracts large crowds and is great at night especially in the dark as he lights up...
This is a really really beautiful restaurant in the city. The food is like art and the use of fresh ingredients is just amazing. The restaurant is located very near the Tokyo tower, which is a major landmark in Tokyo. The gardens are beautiful and the tables overlooking the garden is a great treat. The food is amazing and you...
Another sensational lunch at Nobu.
We had a group of 10 and by chance everyone ordered different meals.
Feedback was unanimously the same ie amazing.
I have tried many many dishes and I'm yet to be anything other than very impressed.
Lunch menu pricing is very reasonable for the level of service and food.
This is great place to have a break and good food though portions are small and americano is tooooo small!
Dont leave without trying pancakes as dessert
It is very pricey as well!
Why we came? .... VIEW AND PANCAKES
I’m Neapolitan and i tried many Neapolitan pizza in Tokyo, but If you’re looking for the BEST PIZZA in TOKYO this place is where you must go!!!
Here you’ll find HIGH QUALITY FOOD for a REASONABLE PRICE and a friendly staff !!!
"top view, incredible food and impeccable service!"
reviewed 4 days ago by Jon T
great evening of entertainment, sublime food and fantastic service! teppanyaki to die for...the beef was mouth wateringly good!! great selection of wine and beers within a setting that is breathtaking!!
We have stayed at the Conrad many times. The rooms are zen. They have a great couch alcove overlooking the bay that is one of my favorite places to read. The pool is amazing-warm and big with lots of amenities. The spa for steam and shower is great. You can walk to the Tsukiji fish market. The bar and lobby...
This hotel is located in a "re-emerging" central Tokyo neighborhood busily being redeveloped. So the immediate precinct is for the moment slightly dull, perhaps, but many delights are a short walk away and there are several subway stations and rail hubs within 10 or 15 minutes walk. Meanwhile the rooms high above the city are marvelously furnished and thoughtfully provisioned,...
15 mins walk to Tsukiji and Ginza which was one of the reason why we decided to book this hotel. Another reason was that shuttle buses to/from Haneda Airport stopped over at the building. We took the last shuttle bus to Haneda for the last day that we enjoyed shopping at Ginza. They kept our big luggage in the back...
The Hotel Okura Tokyo is one of the original 3 luxury western style hotels built in Tokyo the 1960s. All 3 still are operational and all are excellent. The Okura is exceptional, especially when it comes to customer service. Staff will make your stay comfortable and make things right for you if any issues arise. We stayed for 2 weeks....
Close to two stations, within walking distance of the fish market, and a lovely park by the river. Very comfortable accommodation with all the essentials needed- free WiFi, good views, good shower and hot water, plenty of toiletries.
Tea/ coffee making facilities.
Good range at breakfast.
Interesting art work projected on the wall of the restaurant (always changing)