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Walking Along the Rainbow Bridge Into Odaiba

There are many famous bridges in the world. England has its London Bridge, Australia its Harbour Bridge, and America its Golden Gate. Not to be outdone, in 1993, the Japanese built their own bridge “attraction” in Tokyo (東京) and named it Rainbow Bridge (レインボーブリッジ). However, unlike Sydney and San Francisco, Tokyo’s Rainbow Bridge is pedestrian-friendly…

Check Out the Events and Explore Behind the Scenes of Fuji TV Studios in Odaiba!

Fancy getting a glimpse into the fast-paced TV broadcasting world? How about a day tour at a TV station in Japan? In most countries, TV stations aren’t accessible to the public, but in Japan it is a slightly different story. Though you can’t expect to be able to go everywhere you like within the building,…

2 Underrated Spots in Odaiba You Need to Experience!

Odaiba is a man-made island in Tokyo Bay famous to both the locals and tourists coming to Tokyo. There are a number of well-known sites and attractions here that are often visited by people like The Rainbow Bridge, Diver City, Oedo Onsen Monogatari and a whole lot more. But these are not the only things…
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Step Out of Busy Tokyo Life and Into an Edo Style Onsen Oasis

Tokyo is an amazing city but it can be rather hectic and if all the rushing around and the stresses of modern Tokyo life are getting you down, there’s a great way to step back in time and relax! If you take a ride on the monorail out to Odaiba, you can spend a day…

3D Edo and haunted house: Tokyo Trick Art Museum

Odaiba Trick Art Museum Located on Tokyo’s artificial island Odaiba, the Tokyo Trick Art Museum (東京トリックアート迷宮館) will start tricking your senses from the very beginning! You will find all the traditional things Japan has to offer: the Edo area, with a town, a sumo ring and even a tea house. Yet somehow everything seems to…

Don’t miss to visit Odaiba when you stay in Tokyo!

When you come to Tokyo, you will visit Asakusa, Tokyo tower Roppongi and Tsukiji. Those places are really popular for visitors. And Those places are always busy. So you feel uncomfortable. And if you want to do discount shopping or enjoy entertainment in Tokyo, you maybe think about which place is the best to go…

Don’t forget to have a great fun time at the Japanese Arcade Game!

In some countries in the 80’s, arcade games were very popular but nowadays the trend has gone. However in Japan video games remain highly popular! If you want some great fun, or simply want to have a bit of nostalgia, Japan is the best place for such games! tokyofamilyguy.blogspot.ie Amusement arcades are called “Game Center…