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Aqua City Odaiba & Mediage Shopping Malls / Odaiba

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Categories Shopping Malls , Landmarks & Historical Places
Nearest Station Daiba
Address 1-7-1, Daiba, Minato-ku , Tokyo

4 Reviews for Aqua City Odaiba & Mediage


Michele
  • An Okay Day Trip
  • (2010-04-28)
  • I went here on a day trip from Asakusa. We took one of the fairies to go and see the bridges and this was our last stop. It's a nice place to end the day visiting the shrines in old Tokyo and visit the new. There are a lot of different shopping areas and small amusement parks. The restaurants are decent and the prices aren't out of budget when you visit. Other than the amusement parks, there ... Read More

studebaker
  • Aqua City Odaiba & Mediage
  • (2008-12-28)
  • There are actually 4 shopping malls in close proximity to eachother. There is the Aqua City, the Venus Fort, Mediage and Decks. Odaiba is worth a day trip for shopping and exploring. Venus Fort is themed like a Roman villa, but rumor has it that the mall will be torn down soon. There is an auto showroom, including self driven cars on a track which take you on a tour of the area. There is Musc... Read More

Dedale
  • a multipurpose place ^_^
  • (2008-10-23)
  • Aqua City is a big shopping mall where you can find almost everything. You also have the Mediage theater which have really big rooms. There's a lot of stores and restaurants. If it's sunny you can walk outside and even go to the "beach". You have a Sony Showroom in the second floor. And if you think you're done after this, you're wrong ! There's also the DECKS and SEGAPolis... You want ... Read More

Peter
  • Aqua City Odaiba & Mediage
  • (2007-10-02)
  • Odaiba (literally, "the fort") refers to a sprawling collection of shopping malls, movie theatres, business buildings, and museums that line Tokyo Bay. Odaiba is accessible by train, but the preferred method is to catch a ferry at Hinode or Asakusa for a more relaxing trip. Not a big shopper, I was not too enthralled with the place, and it can be a bit overwhelming. So many clothing stores and ca... Read More
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