Tokyo Joypolis Sega indoor amusement park

In the leisure island of Odaiba, placed between two shopping malls lies an amazing indoor amusement park, Tokyo Joypolis. Love interactive videogames and simulators?  Then let me introduce you the many attractions of the indoor amusement park by Sega, and the reasons why you don’t have to miss the chance to enter.

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Entrance to Tokyo Joypolis.

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Things to do in Odaiba, the hype list

Home of Fuji TV and the Tokyo Big Sight convention and communication center, the leisure artificial island in Tokyo Bay has a lot to offer for tourists and visitors, families, groups of friends and specially lot of places and activities designed for a perfect date with your couple. At least four different shopping malls, Arcade and game centers, hot springs theme park Oedo Onsen Monogatari and Miraikan. Tokyo’s own leisure island. Here’s the ultimate hype list of things to do in Odaiba. The order of places goes from further on the Yurikamome line at Tokyo Big Sight, to closer to the leisure center of the island, in Daiba.
You can also download this article from GPSMyCity app to get directions to use offline on your iphone or ipad of the places I reviewed.

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Rainbow Bridge and statue of Liberty replica views from Odaiba, Tokyo.

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Oedo Onsen Monogatari, hot springs theme park in Tokyo

Tokyo might be a rather demanding and exhausting city to walkthrough and explore, as there’s plenty of places to visit and visitors come usually for only a few days. Nevertheless, there are places to catch your breath and recover from the excitement of visiting the city. Oedo Onsen Monogatari, the hot springs themed park in Odaiba, makes it the perfect spot to charge your energy. Take a look of the photos in this article and features you’ll find there.

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Main entrance to Oedo Onsen Monogatari, Tokyo.

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Countdown and New Year hype celebration in Tokyo

It’s becoming a tradition to spend some winter time in Tokyo for the last years, and the plans just got better every year. From the check in at the hotel on the last day of the year, to the first night of the new one. Here’s a follow up of how I celebrated New Year in Tokyo, and other plans to spend an awesome New Year in Japan capital city. Anything you miss on the list? Feel free to leave a comment with any recommendation, or plans you made on last New Year in the section below.

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A themed bowl of soba noodles for Hamasaki Ayumi countdown live at Yoyogi National Gymnasium.
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