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DECKS Tokyo Beach, Minato

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Take the family to DECKS Tokyo Beach and enjoy a host of attractions under one roof. Make the most of the various photo opportunities here, with chances to meet your favorite celebrities at the wax works museum, or interact with giant wall art designed to deceive your eye into thinking they are real. You can also spend some hours button-bashing in the video game arcade, with a host of retro Japanese classics to put your skills to the test. Check out the selection of restaurants, then browse through interesting wares at a variety of shops. Take a look at our Tokyo trip itinerary planner to schedule your visit to DECKS Tokyo Beach and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • A lot of shops there and in surrounding areas. We found a lot of really good, reasonably priced souvenirs there. Best selection we found during our brief visit to Tokyo. Make sure to check out all the...  more »
  • There’s quite a variety of things to do here, from a retro arcade (think 70s/80s video and physical games) to an optical illusion gallery/museum. I wouldn’t travel all the way out to Odaiba especially...  more »
  • DECKS Tokyo Beach was the first real entertaintainment facility built on the artificial island of Odaiba, a former industrial wasteland that had high hopes for becoming the "city of the future" within...  more »
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  • It's a bit away from Tokyo central but it's lively generally. It has many shops ranging from small independent shops to huge American brands. Not too fun nor are there great views... but it's interesting to see. Do some shopping. If you're into the knockoff statue of liberty or a bus ride then give it a look.
  • Great mall with a lot of entertainment! I really liked the part with all the vintage arcades and the messy little nostalgic shops that sell sweets and cute stuff. They even had a haunted house called the Odaiba Strange School. We didn't went inside, because a lot of reviews say it's super scary!
  • Mall with a lot of (western) shops and restaurants that overlook Tokyo Bay and the Tokyo skyline. It's very crowded on the weekend so if you don't like crowded places I would suggest visiting on a weekend. It's a hundred times less crowded.
  • One of the best places around Odaiba Seaside parks. Has some really good shops around. Expensive area though. Attracts a trendy crowd all the time.
  • Huge variety of stores and attractions. Loved the haunted school house and Joypolis. You could probably spend a whole day just exploring everything this place has to offer.