Fuji Television - one of Japan's private, nationwide TV stations. You can see some exhibitions on popular programs, buy Fuji TV goods at the souvenir shop and access the building's observatory deck.
Fondest memory: Visit observatory deck for 500yen and get a view of surrounding odaiba and Tokyo. You can see this building from the Rainbow Bridge as well.
On of Tokyo's newest attractions is the Rainbow Bridge that was modelled after the Brooklyn Bridge in New York. Its name comes from the fact that its color changes constantly between all the colors of the rainbow.
When going to the architectural wonderland Odaiba you will either take a ferry or take the Monorail Yurikamome that runs over the bridge (assuming you have a car, you could also take the highway that runs over it).
Best viewed from the decks in front of Aqua City/Joypolis at Daiba; although Rainbow Bridge is nice during daylight, too, the best time to see it is definitely at night. Make sure you have a long exposure time when taking a picture for catching every single light of it.
Fondest memory: This photo is from Odaiba where there are many restaurants situated with the view of the bay in mind- it's a very romantic place to be if you are with a partner! But anywhere from the bay to the entertainment districts are worth seeing by night - the lights and neon are fantastic!
Fondest memory: One evening, Akiyo took us to Odaiba (the Fuji television studio) and we went up the elevator. There was such a gorgeous view of Tokyo Bay, Rainbow Bridge, and Tokyo Tower. We just sat there a long time and enjoyed the beauty of it. (Sadly, the picture I took did not turn out...)
Favorite thing: Here are two views of is the Fuji TV building, which is built out on a bunch of landfill in Tokyo Harbour. The whole area is filled with bizarre buildings, as if the architects were all trying to outdo each other. This one's my favourite though. There's a restaurant inside of the ball.