From 10 – 12 March 2023, during the Tokyo Art Week, the Tokyo Tower Art Fair (TTAF) will…
Hamamatsucho Area Guide
Hamamatsucho (浜松町) is a central area in Tokyo with a good mix of parks, hotels, and restaurants. By…
MORI Building Digital Art Museum
A very popular 10,000 square meter digital art museum with light projections that change constantly through computer learning.
Zojoji Temple O-Bon Matsuri
Annual o-bon dance festival at Zojoji Temple. Stalls selling festival food and drink line-up from around the Prince…
Tokyo Big Sight
Major convention and exhibition center near Odaiba. It is officially called the Tokyo International Exhibition Center and hosts numerous trade shows throughout the year, many of which are open to the general public, as well.
Tokyo Motorcycle Show
The Tokyo Motorcycle Show, also known as nirin-matsuri (二輪祭), is the two-wheeled world’s answer to the Tokyo Auto…
Dream Yosacoy Festival
The Yosakoi Festival originated in Kochi prefecture in 1954 as an event to reinvigorate the region because it…
New Year Firefighter Ceremony
The New Year Firefighter Ceremony—officially called dezome-shiki (出初式)—is a display of acrobatics and other skills organized by the…
Small shrine established in 1923 made famous by the suicide of General Nogi Maresuke and his wife Nogi Shizuko in 1912.
Aqua City Odaiba
A 6-floor shopping complex with about 80 stores and a “Gourmet Zone” food court.
Decks Tokyo Beach
Another shopping complex on the beachfront. It includes Tokyo Joypolis (a Sega games arcade), Legoland Discovery Center, and Madam Tussauds.
Daiba Park might not be the most spectacular of green spaces, but it offers one of the best views of Odaiba from its slopes. It is one of the remaining island fortresses, and you can still see the artillery emplacements (the cannons can be found at Yasukuni Shrine).