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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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  • Though sunny day was a weekday evening visit, but foreign flip through the Japanese little, was surprisingly empty. Too much change from the crowded when I visited 10 years ago, the situation was surprised. I thought realistically represents a slump of television stations with all due respect. Is not gone tenant shops like renewed a few years ago, but the extreme and heavily dependent on the anime (one piece or Sazae-San), feels too one-size-fits-all spot. The views from here are available just because pretty good. I would think and enjoy the views I feel the loneliness in the facility itself, but good.
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  • One of the most interesting attractions if we visited the artificial island of Odaiba is, without doubt, the headquarters of the chain of Japanese television Fuji TV, which has a lot to do, several gift shops, a not very high viewpoint but with stunning views, studies of recording, etc. This 25-storey and fully to earthquake-proof building is the work of the fantastic Japanese architect Tange Kenzo, who is also responsible for the beautiful buildings of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government, or of the also famous Yoyogi National Stadium). The headquarters of Fuji TV opened in 1997, and took 3 years to complete it, and its silhouette coated aluminium is easily recognizable even far to as we approach to Odaiba. It seems to me a masterpiece of engineering, and certainly well worth the visit, free unless you want to upload to Hachitama, the viewpoint of the building, which will cost US 500 yen (around 5 euros). Directions to Fuji TV the easiest is to get to Shimbashi in belonging to the JR Yamanote Line (especially if you have JR Pass), and then change to Yurikamome, that line unfortunately does not belong to JR and you'll have to pay a separate fee , though you have a JRP. Daiba station, that is closer to what leaves us Fuji TV. The Rinkai line also passes through there, and we can take it in Shin-Kiba to Tokyo Teleport station 5 minutes walking we are already in the building. If you prefer the aquatic environment, there are river cruises from Asakusa Odaiba-reaching.
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  • Put the ball, I was wandering around, I wanted to take a photo dog was noted for Fuji Television Network Inc. and money on-site, please hug, and so tough even outside. In Vigia's Dragon Ball and I got a picture. Sell ramen outside and eat on the terrace with a kotatsu.
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  • The Fuji TV building a cool building near Rainbow Bridge and two large shopping malls. It's cheap to go up and has minimal promotional material for an affiliated show (Minions while we were there). Would recommend if you're after a high vantage point of Rainbow Bridge and the Statue of Liberty as it's cheap, but wouldn't recommend as a genuine tour of their studios as there's not much of that.
  • Unfortunately I visited in January seemed to be low season and there was no events at all. Fuji shop is fine but still quite lame.
  • Great for people who watch fuji tv channel. They have many merchandise related to the dramas, anime and variety shows the company offers. entry to the building itself is free but you will be charged if you want to go up their signature sphere tower thing. Probably better to go there when they hold events if you're after entertainment.
  • Despite you have a gorgeous view it's a little bit expensive compared with others attractions I've visited
  • Interesting they interviewed us but never got to see it but had fun

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