Go on a Harbour cruise. It is quite relaxing and is an easy way to see much of tokyo. You can get off at this new district (sorry can't remember name). The Fuji TV station and the whole place is very futuristic. There are game centres and many things to see here. It even has a beach.
Well when I went their I kind of couldnt believe that this is an artificial island. take a river cruise till odaiba enjoy few hours of famous brands shopping and all kinds of restaurant, as well as some sandy beach activity for the kids or fairy wheel ride.
I enjoyed the himiko boat that took us through sumida river to odaiba and the port line we used on our way back to the station. this port line have no conductor and goes through the rainbow bridge and between tokyos sky scrappers, nice experience i think.....
I couldn't get enough of this museum. Six floors of interactive displays, great descriptions of the business of the maritime economy, and one of the few places that the Japanese military is acknowledged. Even the outside is cool as it resembles a ship.
My only letdown was that there were no decent english books in the store. However, I strongly recommend to anybody with an interest in ships to go to this museum.
Here at the MegaWeb Show room in the Odaiba part of town, you can see Toyota's latest technological achievements and there's also a museum of their old car models.
Japanese seemed so fond of American culture that they built a imitated statue of Liberty beside the Rainbow bridge ???
This is one of the famous landmarks of Tokyo. A beautiful view can be taken in Odaiba. Many Japanese doramas have taken scenes from this location, eg. Love Generation.
This is a carlover's delight. It showcases many of Toyota cars under one roof! You can also try motion simulators or even test try their cars.
Shop in the centre with an ever changing sky scene!
the ceiling has a projected image of the sky and within hours the bright blue sky changes to a glowing red sunset! It's very cool!
Impressive bridge across to Odaiba, cross it by the Yurikamome monorail if you're lazy like us, but walking is possible too. Great views, even by train as you cross!
Yes there really is! didn't find out the history of it I'm afraid, but it stands on Tokyo bay near to Aqua city shopping mall, an interesting sight!
Whether it's romanitc or not depends on your travel mate, not by the scene and the endless waiting line :-)))