Statue of Liberty and other Popular Attractions in Odaiba

Rainbow bridge (looks like the Golden Gate in San Francisco, California) and Statue of Liberty are some of the things that you shouldn’t miss when you are in Tokyo. The two popular landmarks can be found in Odaiba , a district in Tokyo located in a man-made island. Yup! Odaiba is a reclaimed area.  Aside from the two, here lies the popular gigantic Gundam Statue, National Museum of Emerging Science, Toyota Megaweb and Venus Fort, an outlet store which has the feel of Venice. Too many places that is worth an Instagram post can be found in Odaiba.

How to get there

Depending on where you want to go first, there are a lot of ways you can reach Odaiba. You can take Yurikamome (elevated train), JR line (train), boat or just on foot. To know more about getting there, click here.

Aqua City Odaiba (Statue of Liberty, Aquarium, View of Rainbow Bridge)

Operating Hours: 11:00am-9:00pm (applicable for the mall)

Aqua City is a shopping mall where it houses a ramen food theme park. This is also the best spot to get the perfect shot of Statue of Liberty and the Rainbow Bridge.





DiverCity Tokyo Plaza (Gundam)

Operating Hours: 10:00am-9:00pm (applicable for the mall)

Just adjacent to Aqua City is the Diver City where the famous life-sized Gundam statue is located. It also houses a number of shopping, dining and other entertainment complex.



National Museum of Emerging Science

Operating Hours: 10:00am-5:00pm

Fee: JPY 620

Blocks away from DiverCity is the National Museum of Emerging Science. It is a science museum where robots, space exploration and other science related inventions can be found. Asimo, the popular robot, also has his own show.




Toyota Megaweb

Operating Hours: 11:00am-9:00pm

Fee: Free

This is a huge Toyota showroom that exhibits cars of latest models and cars from past decades.


Venus Fort

Operating Hours: 11:00am-9:00pm

This is a Venice-themed shopping mall and an outlet store in one. If you have been to Venetian Macao, this place is a smaller version of it.



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