How about starting the day with an out-of-this-world experience in a digital art museum? Mori Building Digital Art Museum Epson teamLab Borderless (that’s really the full name) will make you feel as if you are in another dimension and allows you to be part of the art. Although you could stay there all day, you’ll probably get pretty hungry.
For lunch, you can head next door to Palette Town. Inside Venus Fort Plaza there is a great place called Uokomeya that has a variety of Japanese favorites; Of course, if you are in the mood for something else there is plenty more to choose from.
Make sure you check out the Studio Ghibli store while you are there.
Once your belly is full, get moving down to the beach. On your way there, You’ll pass Decks Tokyo, where you will find Joypolis and Aquacity. You could spend an entire day just seeing everything those two places have to offer.
After you have seen Lady Liberty, take a stroll across the beautiful Promenade walkway to the other side where you will find the Giant Unicorn Gundam statue greeting you at the entrance to Diver City Tokyo Plaza.
Spend an hour or two exploring the latest in technological progress, then head over to the Ferris Wheel for a 20-minute ride, high in the sky to get a full view of the city when the lights start to glow.
Once you’ve finished your ride on the big wheel, end your day with dinner at Yakiniku Daigo Odaiba restaurant. Enjoy a fabulous view of Rainbow Bridge lit up with its brilliant colors while enjoying a more local venture of delicious grilled food.
Or, if you want a really unique Japanese experience, try Gonpachi. You might recognize this restaurant from the famous fight scene in the movie Kill Bill.
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