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Odaiba is a large man-made island that is one of the most popular shopping and entertainment districts in Tokyo. Odaiba is known for its ultramodern buildings, many of which seemingly push the boundaries of artistic innovation to the point of absurdity. Odaiba was originally constructed in the late nineteenth century, but modern development did not really begin until the 1980s when Odaiba was to be a showcase for futuristic living. Now the area is primarily an entertainment district, replete with massive malls and luxury hotels. The bizarre architecture of the island’s Fuji Building has come to symbolize the eccentricity of Odaiba.

  • Take a trip back in time at the Edo-inspired Oedo-Onsen-Monogatari—Tokyo’s largest artificial hot spring complex—where the relaxing bathtubs will melt away both the dirt beneath your fingernails and all of your troublesome worries.
  • Walk the romantic boardwalk of Odaiba Marine Park, where strolling couples can be found enjoying one of the best spots in Tokyo to watch the sun set.
  • Play games under the thundering din and flashing lights of hundreds of arcade games at Joyopolis, a massive game centre where Tokyo’s teens flock to conquer virtual worlds.

Odaiba is connected to Tokyo by many modes of the public transportation. The most entertaining way to get there is by the Yurikamome, a driverless elevated train that crosses the famous Rainbow Bridge as it winds around a 270-degree loop, affording amazing views of Tokyo Bay. There are also buses that will take you directly to Odaiba from the Tokyo station. Once on Odaiba, the free Bay Shuttle Bus runs a circular route within the island, stopping at the island’s main attractions along the way. Brave pedestrians can actually walk across Rainbow Bridge, but the air is heavy with car exhaust.

What travelers to Odaiba are saying

Tokyo is a beautiful country with beautiful people. We will definitely come back here )
Swee Ling C. 25 Mar 2015

Hotels in Odaiba

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From US$176

1 Hotel Grand Pacific Le Daiba

4 stars
5.0 / 5 1 reviews

2-6-1 Daiba, Minato-ku, Tokyo Map

This hotel is situated in Odaiba, a vibrant, fashionable district surrounded by sea and sky, with an expansive view of downtown Tokyo. The beautiful Sky Lounge is located on the 30th floor for... More

Best location
Hotel in very good location and very big room compared to the other typical room in Japan.however, the staffs at the front desk could be more friendly and more helpful.
26 Mar 2015

2 Hotel Trusty Tokyo Bayside

4 stars
Not yet reviewed

3-1-15 Ariake, Koto-ku, Tokyo Map

Located only a 5 minute walk from Kokusaitenjijo station, this hotel is located in the Odaiba area, only 10 minutes on foot from Palette Town and Tokyo Big Sight Exhibition center. Modern guest... More

From US$170

3 Hilton Tokyo Odaiba

4 stars
4.6 / 5 11 reviews

1-9-1, Daiba, Minato-ku Map

Hotel Nikko Tokyo is a lavish abode offering elegant accommodations and breathtaking views of the city and Tokyo Bay. Conveniently located, this waterfront hotel places corporate visitors close to... More

One of the cheapest 5 star in Tokyo.
The hotel is nice and rooms are very big for Japanese standard. the only down side is the location, you have to take the monorail to the mainland but it was an experience ride as it passes thru the...
26 May 2015

4 Hotel Sunroute Ariake

3 stars
Not yet reviewed

3-6-6 Ariake, Koto-ku, Tokyo Map

This hotel has newly opened on 25th June, 2009, ideally located in Ariake of Tokyo Waterfront District, just a 5-minute walk to Tokyo Big Sight, the International Exhibition Center. Kokusai... More

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