Odaiba has the most resort-like atmosphere for Tokyo shopping. Weekdays it’s full of foreign tourists, while weekends bring visitors from Japan’s countryside, families with children and couples. There are tons of popular spots! Surrounded by the ocean and an enchanting futuristic landscape, let’s shop Tokyo Odaiba-style!


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Department Store / Commercial Complex

Aqua City Odaiba

The large shopping mall popular with tourists comes complete with the biggest gourmet zone in the waterfront area. Tenants include restaurants commanding a stunning night view of Tokyo, and the branches of ramen noodle shops based in the metropolis. United Cinemas houses Japan's first ScreenX theater, in three-screen format.

  • 1-7-1 Daiba, Minato-ku
  • Daiba Sta. / Tokyo Teleport Sta.
  • Retail / food court 11:00-21:00
    Restaurants 11:00-23:00
    (Some tenants to 4:30 the following morning)
  • No scheduled closes

Decks Tokyo Beach

This is the so-called entertainment mall packed full of fun from apparel to restaurants and amusements. The retro style entertains you in an other way. Go to “Daiba Itchome Mall”, the Showa period imaged retro theme town. Retro style variety stores and the old-fashioned cheap sweets shops will make you feel nostalgic. The entertainment mall is just that entertainment in food as well. Don’t miss out on Takoyaki, in other words “the Soul Food of Japan”. All famous Takoyaki take away booths are gathered here ready to entertain each and every one of you. Worth spending a day here shopping latest clothes and eating various foods. It's all about entertainment and rest assured you will be entertained whoever you are with..

  • 1-6-1 Daiba, Minato-ku
  • Odaiba-kaihinkoen Sta. / Tokyo Teleport Sta.
  • 11:00-21:00
    Restanrants to 23:00
    *May vary depending on store
  • No scheduled closes

DiverCity Tokyo Plaza

Given birth as new Odaiba spot in 2012, this mercantile establishment has everything to enjoy. Interactive entertainment facility, local and abroad top brand shops, sundry goods stores, restaurants are all packaged as one. Tokyo’s own apparel brands as well as overseas, individualistic stores doing novelty designed sundry goods and trendy items are all on 2F-6F. Not to miss out, some are duty free. The souvenir shop in this building “The Daiba” has something special which can only be seen here. The largest food court in Odaiba with 700 seats is ready to feed you well. Shopping, playing, gourmet, whatever you do, rest assured, this is "The Must Come Place."

  • 1-1-10 Aomi, Koto-ku
  • Tokyo Teleport Sta. / Daiba Sta.
  • 10:00-21:00
    Restaurant: 11:00-23:00
    Food court: 10:00-22:00
  • No scheduled closes

Palette Town

The commercial complex offers amusement, live music, and an interactive theme park, catering to adults and children alike. The indoor shopping mall VenusFort features an outlet floor, the only amenity of its kind in Tokyo, stocking popular brands and homeware from Japan and beyond, including women's fashion labels at a reasonable price. The complex replicating a medieval European style streetscape also houses some 190 retailers, restaurants, and amusement services, including those for families and children. Mega Web is a theme park of cars, produced by Toyota Motor Corporation. Test drives, a Formula 1 simulator, and displays of the latest models and historic cars from around the world promise to fascinate auto fans. Experience the wonders of the world-renowned "Made in Japan"!

  • 1-3-15 Aomi, Koto-ku
  • Aomi Sta. / Tokyo Teleport Sta.

*Trading hours may vary by facility


  • Retail 11:00-21:00
    Dining 11:00-23:00
    (earliest last order 22:00)
  • No scheduled closes

Mega Web

  • 1-3-12 Aomi, Koto-ku, Tokyo
  • 11:00-21:00 (May vary by facility)
  • No scheduled closes

Interior / Products

Hello Kitty Japan DiverCity Tokyo Plaza

Souvenir shop specializing in Sanrio character merchandise including Hello Kitty. Carries a broad range of exclusive products. At the sweets section, complete with an eat-in corner, try "kongari-yaki" crispy cakes shaped into Hello Kitty and Gudetama.

  • 2F DiverCity Tokyo Plaza
    1-1-10 Aomi, Koto-ku
  • Tokyo Teleport Sta. / Daiba Sta.
  • 10:00-21:00
  • No scheduled closes

IDC Otsuka Kagu

Being the largest, this interior furniture shop is piled up with reasonable items to pricey top brands in every kind of style you can think of. Their vastly wide collection will surely make you move, and at the end, you’ll be amazed at the luminaires hole.

  • Tokyo Fashion Town Building East Wing
    3-6-11 Ariake,Koto-ku
  • Kokusai-tenjijo-seimon Sta. / Kokusai-tenjijo Sta.
  • 10:30-18:30
  • Open throughout the year
    (except year-end and New Yearʼs holidays)

Le Edo

This store sells a wide range of souvenirs only found in Tokyo and Odaiba, such whole Odaiba Baumkuchen rolls and Le Edo original goods.

  • 1F Aqua City Odaiba, 1-7-1 Daiba, Minato-ku
  • Daiba Sta. / Tokyo Teleport Sta.
  • 11:00-21:00
  • No scheduled closes

Café & Restaurant

Bills Odaiba

This popular Sydney restaurant has celebrities captivated. The ricotta pancakes, scrambled eggs – said to be the best breakfast in the world – and other dishes on its simple, original menu will delight you.

  • 3F Seaside Mall, Decks Tokyo Beach
    1-6-1 Daiba, Minato-ku
  • Odaiba-kaihinkoen Sta. / Tokyo Teleport Sta.
  • 9:00-23:00
    (L.O. 22:00 / food, L.O. 22:30 / drinks)
    8:00-23:00 (Sat., Sun. and holidays)
  • No scheduled closes

Daiba 1-chome Shoutengai

Take a trip back in time at this theme-park-like mall which is a recreation of a downtown neighborhood in the 1950s. It has a café with a retro atmosphere, a candy store, an amusement parlor, the Odaiba Takoyaki Museum, and much more to give you a feel for the Tokyo of old.

  • 4F Seaside Mall, Decks Tokyo Beach
    1-6-1 Daiba, Minato-ku
  • Odaiba-kaihinkoen Sta. / Tokyo Teleport Sta.          
  • 11:00-21:00
    * Extended trading hours during certain periods
  • No scheduled closes
    (except 1 day per year)


Daikanransha “Giant Sky Wheel”

Don’t waste your time looking for a place to view Tokyo in panorama. The Palette Town’s own, enormous ferris wheel can do it all for you. It’s gonna take you up to 115 m above the ground and give you enough time to enjoy the view with the long way round, thanks to its 100 m distance across the wheel. Just take a look at the romantic night time view of the Tokyo bayside and spend an unforgettable night. Focus on seizing the chance to get on one of the four see-through gondolas!

  • 1-3-10 Aomi, Koto-ku
  • Aomi Sta. / Tokyo Teleport Sta.
  • 10:00-22:00 (Last boarding)
    Fri., Sat. and before national holidays: until 23:00 (Last boarding)
  • Open year round (closed twice a year for inspection)

Fuji Television

This major Japanese broadcast station, the symbol of Odaiba, is one of the tourists’ favorite. Enjoy the panoramic Tokyo view from spherical deck on the 25th floor, Rainbow Bridge, Tokyo Skytree, and even Mt. Fuji across the Tokyo Bay. Just come and join the studio tour, go for souvenir shopping and enjoy the meal in restaurants.

  • 2-4-8 Daiba, Minato-ku
  • Daiba Sta. / Tokyo Teleport Sta.
  • Spherical Observation Room 10:00-18:00
    (last entry 17:30)
  • Tour facilities:Closed on Mon.
    (Tue. if Mon. is a national holiday)
    *Irregular closing days for gift stores

Legoland Discovery Center Tokyo

This indoor attraction nurtures children’s creativity. Marvel at the wonder of Tokyo’s sights replicated using more than 1.6 million LEGO® blocks in the Miniland, try your hand at the shooting game, enjoy the thrilling, 4D cinema, relax in the cafeteria, and take home original goods from the souvenir shop.*Adults must be accompanied by kids.

*UnionPay (not accepted for pre-authorization)
  • 3F Island Mall, Decks Tokyo Beach
    1-6-1 Daiba, Minato-ku
  • Odaiba-kaihinkoen Sta. / Tokyo Teleport Sta.
  • Mon.-Fri.: 10:00-20:00 (Entry until 18:00)
    Sat., Sun. & holidays: -21:00 (Entry until 19:00)
  • Open throughout the year
    (except when Decks Tokyo Beach is closed)

National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation

Experience what’s never been seen before! You will see what’s made Japan what it is today, a country of technology. Exhibitions and experiments allow you to experience what the latest in science is all about and communications with the museum guides will surely pique your interest. Don’t miss “Geo-Cosmos”, the world’s first globe-display, and ASIMO, advanced humanoid robot.

  • 2-3-6 Aomi, Koto-ku
  • Fune-no-kagakukan Sta.
    Telecom Center Sta.
  • 10:00-17:00
    (Admission until 30min before closing time)
  • Closed on Tue.
    and from December 28th to January 1st
    *Open on Tuesdays that fall on a holiday

Ooedo Onsen Monogatari Tokyo Odaiba

You have never seen, and you will never see, the “Spa Theme Park”, have you? In Edo style atmosphere, you will see every kind of bath you can think of, from indoor bath to outdoor spa. Take a rest in the eateries and relaxation rooms wearing a “Yukata.” Don’t forget to check-in, just in case you miss the final train. Private and shared rooms are available.

  • 2-6-3 Aomi, Koto-ku
  • Telecom Center Sta.
    Tokyo Teleport Sta.
  • 11:00-9:00 the following morning
    (last entry 7:00)
  • One day a month for maintenance
    11:00-23:00 (last entry 21:00)

Tokyo Joypolis

Are you interested in virtual reality? Conflation of “Digital” and “Real” will successfully bid you to confusion. Just come and watch the live video performance show, and take a ride on indoor roller coaster. After all, take a relaxing time looking at the Tokyo Bay panorama view. No worries on weather in one of the largest amusement parks, it’s worth staying here all day.quenches your thirst and refreshes your mind.

  • DECKS Tokyo Beach 3F-5F
    1-6-1 Daiba, Minato-ku
  • Odaiba-kaihinkoen Sta. / Tokyo Teleport Sta.
  • 10:00-22:00 (Last entry: 21:15)
    * Varies depending on the period
  • No scheduled closes
    (closed about one day a year)