Odaiba is a great place to shop as there is something for everyone, The kids can spend some time in the amusement arcades, The guys can check out the cars at the Toyota Mega Web while the girls can check out some of the high fashion boutiques, afterwards you can grab a feed at one of the many cafes and bars in the area.
Decks Tokyo Beach
Decks Tokyo Beach is a six story shopping utopia with boutiques, cafes and a few surprises. The centre has one of the largest amusement arcade in Tokyo, the Sega Joypolis. There is also a brewery which serves German-style beer and Daiba Little Hong Kong which is an amazing food theme park that has transformed a whole floor into Hong Kong, with the sounds, atmosphere and smells of Hong Kong, you can even hear the planes landing at Hong Kong’s old Kai Tak Airport. This place has to be seen to be believed.
Aquacity is another monstrous shopping mall there are floors and floors of boutiques, and over 60 restaurants and cafes plus a 13 screen cinema complex with over 3000 stadium seats. The centre even has a lady’s day every Wednesday where there are several special offers. The upper floors offer spectacular views of the Tokyo Bay and Rainbow Bridge. Aquacity is situated next door to the Decks Tokyo Beach complex.
Venus Fort is part of the sprawling Palette Town complex and is a very faithful reproduction of a 18th century European Town, with five plazas with cathedrals, fountains and even a sky complete with moving clouds. There are over 100 shops and cafe’s in the complex most of them targeting the teenage to 20 something females.
Sun Walk is located in Palette Town the floor below Venus Fort and features a lot of shops catering to the pet lover. The Palette Town complex is only a short walk from Decks Tokyo Beach and Aquacity and is located just behind the Fuji TV building. Palette Town is easy to spot as it features the world’s second largest ferris wheel.