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Pallete Town, Koto

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  • In palette town in outlet, clothing and miscellaneous goods at affordable prices visit could do. Some 7% others. Go on a regular basis because I can buy clothes at without going to the outlets of the region.
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  • If you're going to Odaiba (an artificial insland in Tokyo that's easily accessible by skytrain / monorail), then you might visit Palette Town... It's a shopping complex designed to look like a Renaiss...  more »
  • After seeing the car in MEGAWEB took a rest in a coffee shop near the first kitchen. So I went to see the car I didn't here.
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  • Lots going on for dog lovers on the first floor. Donguri Republic is a must go for Studio Ghibli friends. Have a meal with your four legged best friend at Chirori Cafe, which offers food and drink for you and your doggy as well. P.S. this mall is also known as Venus Fort. The Giant Sky (Ferris) Wheel was just so so though.
  • Something for everyone. Venus Fort looked like Venice on the inside and the huge ferris wheel made for great views of Tokyo.
  • Went there just for the Ferris wheel. The Ferris wheel is about 920 in per person. Kids under three are free I believe. Besides that there's a little arcade place there's a place we can do some go carts. And then the rest of the places there to sell vehicles. It's right by the train station bus station so it's convenient. There's one or two places to eat that are kind of low grade I would say. Not a lot of places that sell beer.😕😕😕😕😕
  • A very dark and glum shopping centre.... The attempted Romanesque theme simply isn't enough to make this a worthwhile visit. Lovers of old vehicles may enjoy the small but free motor vehicle museum at the entrance to he centre.
  • Great views from the top of the ferris wheel. The trip around is not too long.