Tokyo Bay Area

The concentration of Tokyo's top tier attractions with beautiful views and landscapes, Tokyo Bay area is a waterfront upscale living environment built on reclaimed land. This area used to be just for industrial use, but after many redevelopment projects over the recent years, it now boasts luxury high-rises, skyscrapers, scenic piers, high-class hotels and large shopping malls, which has attracted many foreign nationals to the area.

Odaiba is a neighbourhood that spoils you for shopping options. Venus Fort, a shopping mall staged in stunning European decor, is home to a plenty of Japanese and international shops. There are three floors and each of which has a different theme to offer. Venus Family on the 1st floor is kids-friendly with nursing areas. Venus Grand on the 2nd floor is the main character of the mall with lots of food establishments and the fountain plaza. And Venus Outlet on the 3rd floor is for retail therapy with many clothing stores.

DiverCity Tokyo Plaza is another shopping complex opened in 2012 that focuses on both shopping and leisure activities. It has some high-end fashion brands as well as Round 1 which is an entertainment complex with a bowling alley, karaoke and arcades. But what this shopping complex is the most well known for is the Gundam statue 20 meters in height placed outside the building. A popular photo spot amongst tourists and locals.

The symbolic bridge that connects Odaiba to the rest of the city, Rainbow Bridge, represents the area with its sleek appearance especially after dark when the bridge is lit up in rainbow colours. It is open to pedestrians, and it provides a great and unique point of view to enjoy the Tokyo's sights.

If you wish to get the views of Tokyo Bay area from above, there is a massive ferris wheel at the Palette Town shopping complex. It is 115 meters in height and 177 meters in diameter, and several of the gondras with see-through flooring allow for an exciting and beautiful experience.

Despite going through many redevelopments, Tokyo Bay area has not spared its efforts to preserve nature. Kasai Rinkai-koen is a vast park adjacent to Tokyo Bay, offering an aquarium, ferris wheel, marsh areas for seabirds and recreational beaches as well. There are many other parks and beaches scattered around in the area, which are all a nice place to wander around.

Hamamatsucho is known as “the front gate of Tokyo” due to its location with easy access to Haneda airport (one of the two Japan’s main domestic & international airports). It is mainly a business district with major corporate headquarters, luxury hotels and many dining options to choose from. Most of the housing options are newly-built high-rises, but the market price tends to be more reasonable compared to the central Tokyo areas.

Tokyo Bay area is highly recommended to those who are looking for high-rise apartments with enough nature to relax whilst remaining in the proximity to the central Tokyo.


- Hamamatsucho station on “JR Yamanote” line & “Keihin-Tohoku” line, “Tokyo monorail Haneda airport” line

- Daimon station on “Toei Akasaka” line & “Oedo” line

- Shiodome station on “Oedo” line & “Yurikamome monorail” line

- Takeshiba station on “Yurikamome” line

- Tamachi station on “JR” line

- Takanawa Gateway station on “JR” line

- Shinagawa station on “JR” line, “Keikyu” line

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