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Fuji TV Odaiba, Minato

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Take a tour of one of Japan's leading television stations at Fuji TV Odaiba, a futuristic structure topped with a giant ball. Sprawling across 25 floors and designed by Japanese architect Kenzo Tange, the center, while a tourist attraction, houses the majority of the digital studios used to produce Fuji TV's content. After witnessing some of Fuji's popular TV exhibits at the center's museum, take the elevator up to the spherical viewing deck, offering 360-degree city skyline views. Audio guides are available in English. To visit Fuji TV Odaiba on your holiday in Tokyo, and find out what else Tokyo has to offer, use our Tokyo online driving holiday planner .
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  • Fuji TV Building I was in the cartoon of the police station, I know, ah two often put a building building to blow up is to describe this building haha haha
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  • This is the access to television stations on the Yurikamome. You can play when you go so well taking in the area.
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  • This building looks fascinating from across the river but was a little disappointing close up. The journey on the train over the rainbow bridge was interesting.  more »
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  • We visited the observation deck, which gave an awesome view of the surrounding area. Most interesting was a viewport that showed the difference in the area between now and the Edo period.
  • Hedquarters of Fuji TV. Great architecture. The huge metal ball houses a viewing platform. Further down are two floors where one can experience Japanese TV.
  • One of the places that you must visit if you come to Odaiba ! However ,there is no need to go to the top, but if you like architecture, then you can go up and have a look , but keep in mind that there is entrance fee to go to the top! I would say, the lower level is good enough ! Go to the top when they hold some special events.
  • Fuji TV tower offers an observation deck with a decent view. It's really nice at night. Not so much during the day.
  • u may buy soveniors of famous cartoons here e.g. one piece.

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