Odaiba has many things to do. Shopping malls, amusement park, many restaurants, parks, and Onsen! You won't get bored for sure. I like night walk here. It is located near Tokyo Bay and the view is dramatic. Illuminated giant wheel is so beautiful.
At first I found Odaiba a bit difficult to explore, however once I got the hang of it I found myself having a lot o fun there!
I think its a great place to go on a date of even with a small group of friends! They have some amusement parks and great malls!
I really loved the Gundam and the liberty statue they have!
After seeing quiet a lot of Tokyo, Odaiba didn't really impressed me during my first stay. But I am sure if you love modern architecture and water, you will like it.
I visit it every now and then for a concert. The only problem is, that the train is a bit pricy to get there.
In my opinion, Odaiba is the most fascinating place in entire Tokyo.
It is surrounded by water, you can enter it via the Rainbow-bridge and some impressive buildings are inside the island - everything is clean and orderly.
When I first came there, I thought: This must be the place where rich people live in Tokyo. And you have indeed a different feeling - a positive one though.
Just try it out and go there, it pays off!
Crossing the famous Rainbow Bridge you'll get to the man made island of Odaiba. This place is pretty great. View the giant Gundam in front of the Diver City mall where things look so expensive they have doormen inside the mall and inside the stores waiting for you. 8 floors with an arcade movie theater and everything. The food court has some pretty good selections at a high price. There are other good places to journey to as well with an indoor theme park called Sega Joyopolis. Initial D live replica cars arcade game where the cars move with the screen to give you that real drifting experience making you feel like a real DK (Drift King). Man, there was this haunted house type thing where they talked about the Japanese version of the movie the ring...haill naw lets just say out of the group of random people that were in there and my cousin, we were the last ones in the first ones out after tripping over people and this announcer guy who was explaining the story was on the floor laughing at the scared black guys like the stereotype in horror movies.
Odaiba has a lot of things to do. Trick Art Museum, Madame Tussauds, a Lego Museum, a giant statue of Gundam, a stage that shows live performances at times (I was lucky enough to catch K-pop sensation Bangtan Boys performing here), a Ferris wheel, a massive amusements arcade, an exhibition center, a Goddess of Liberty, a Shell Petroleum museum, and a list that continues as long as my arm.
Fireworks, a view of Rainbow Bridge, and some great eateries make Odaiba a great place to visit for the day, and a good place for a romantic evening.