The Japanese call it Taichang, referring to a large area. The driverless tram Lily Seagull belongs to the Taichang area. There are many sites can come down and have fun, such as the stage, the beach park, Qinghai, the national exhibition, so I suggest to buy seagull ticket, 820 yen, so you can go to and from any site. Xinqiao Station is the main station, you can go directly to the platform station, or at the end of the day, there is water, you can go to the beach park, you can take photos at the beach, and then walk to the platform station, there are shopping malls, catering and shopping in one, there is a beautiful restaurant at night. There is a mini Statue of Liberty in the shopping mall area. It can take a picture and look at the Rainbow Bridge from afar. Behind the shopping mall is Radio Fuji, which is divided into free visiting area and toll area. Free area is also small, divided into several floors, there are animation exhibition area, Fuji radio anchor, drama, television program introduction area. It also takes an hour to get down to a good stroll. After turning around the station, I took the Seagull to Qinghai Station to get off. There was a Ferris Wheel and the Toyota Museum, which showed some Toyota cars, which could be tested, as well as free 3D movies. There are also shopping and dining. Then you can continue to take the Seagull to the National Exhibition Station, during the National Day, where there is a Cosplay exhibition, and take a picture with the exhibition buildings.
there isamy things to do in odaiba area ^^ Gundam , shopping , sigth seeing , dating spot etc.. ^^>
The stage is too rich, entertainment is strong, one day is not enough at all. We spent an afternoon browsing decks mall (including Sega Happy City, Dingmu Commercial Street, Octopus Burning Museum, Madame Tussauds Wax Museum, Lego Experience Hall, etc.). We walked to the beach park and took two eyes at the Statue of Liberty, Aqua Mall, Taichang Shopping Center, Golden Model. We missed Ndo and got rich. Taxi TV, Cherry Pills Cafe, Toyota Motor Hall, Magic Wheel, Coca-Cola Memorial Hall and so on. Non-weekend, there are many people, many places have performances, some tickets need to be bought in advance, suitable for a good strategy to play.
Also known as Royal Terrace, it is a few reclaimed artificial land in Tokyo Bay. New Bridge, Liuxi and other subway stations can transfer to the driverless Lily Seagull Line (subway ticket is not available), while the Seagull Line also connects the main attractions of the platform: Binhai Park, Rainbow Bridge, Statue of Liberty, 1:1 model, Fuji TV, Toyota Motor Museum, Daedo Hot Spring. Japan Airport Hotel has been booked. There are direct buses and free Disney buses at Narita Airport. After checking in at 3:00 p.m. on the first day, walking 5 minutes out of the hotel is the subway station, walking 10 minutes to the Statue of Liberty, visiting shopping malls and coastal parks. After the lights are on at night, the Rainbow Bridge is very beautiful. The next day, I took a subway station, restaurant, Toyota Motor Museum, just under the Ferris wheel, and went to Daedo Hot Spring in the afternoon. On the third day, it is also convenient for the Metro to go to the urban area. The seagull line Liuxi station can change the Jianghu line to the Jiandi market, and the Xinqiao station can transfer to the Metro to Yinzuo, Huangju, Qingkong Tower and so on. The clear sky tower also has water bus direct access to the platform. Check out on the fourth day and take a free bus to Disney. Japanese shopping malls usually close between 8:00 and 9:00 p.m., so it's not too late to go back to Taichang Hotel after shopping in the city.
Stadium, group tour accommodation arrangement Hilton Hotel, near the subway station, surrounded by business circles, I am very excited about too many points of view, especially 1:1 as high as the entrance to the mall towering high, my son saw my micro-letter envy, my mother unintentionally took the lead than he did...
The first time I came to the stage, I needed to take the Lily Line. It was a full Japanese line, a bird-like sign, which made me look for a long time. What I couldn't understand was the Lily Line when I got down from Xinqiao Station. Living in Nikko, I could see the panoramic view of Rainbow Bridge. But I think the Hilton Hotel in front should be an invincible landscape. Hilton blocked the goddess for me, but the night here is really very dark. Beauty, there are many street models shooting here later. Those who like to encounter beautiful women can try their luck! In addition, Autleys and several shopping malls are popular with young people. Very recommended!
Take a boat from my wife's bridge to the park station. Seagulls, pigeons, ducks, mandarin ducks and crows are flying in the small man-made beaches on one side of the dock. No one feeds, no one is afraid of people, very peaceful. I also saw a crow playing a big dog calmly on the lamppost. The other side of the dock is rocky. It's sunny and sunset. Radio Fuji is directly behind the wharf. From the sea, it seems that the landmark ball is above the wharf hall. On one side of the wharf hall is the deck store and on the other is the miniature Statue of Liberty. There is a Rainbow Bridge across the sea. A man-made beach where you can stroll around. Nothing special.
We have been to Tokyo a few times now but first time staying at Odaiba. it was a really lovely stay at the Hilton. The location itself is away from much of the CBD business but close to a couple of nice malls and a lot of tourist worthy attractions such as the Toyota car museum, the big ferriers wheel, this really famous all day onsen etc. Not to mention it is relatively closer to Haneda airport. And it's Japan so going anywhere is a close ride away on the various public transport system. I would definitely choose to stay in the area again!
The terrace, located in the port area of Tokyo City, is a man-made land reclaimed from the sea. It has many large shopping centers and Exhibition areas, each with its own characteristics, as well as coastal parks. It is a place for a whole day's recreation and should be regarded as Tokyo's leisure area. We arrived at the stage at 15:00 p.m., visited and ate together. We didn't leave until it was dark at 19:30 p.m., but we still had no idea.