Experience the world of Japanese TV at the futuristic Fuji Television Headquarters in Odaiba. Fuji TV Building paved the way for Odaiba's technological advancement as a "city of the future". No visit to the famous Fuji TV building--which makes Japanese dramas, comedy shows, variety shows, and a handful of anime--would be complete without a stop to the Hachitama Observatory.
The observatory on the 25th floor offers an unobstructed view of Tokyo Bay, with a clear vista of Rainbow Bridge, Tokyo Tower, and Tokyo Skytree all being visible from one place. Take advantage of this viewpoint in order to experience the cityscape that Tokyo has to offer. Also inside the building is the TV studio where various programs are filmed daily and the autographs of its many guests are on display. Maybe you'll find your favorite Japanese actor's signature.
Daiba Station (Yurikamome Line) – 2 minute walk
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