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We stayed at the Park Royal Shiodome which is amongst the Shiodome Siosite.
Might be special for Japan but similar sites exist in other big cities. Lacking Japanese embracing cement and glass, McDonalds and Taco Bell.
If I had limited time in Tokyo and wanted...More
Amazing modern shopping and entertainment interconnected by bridges to make access to hotels, shops, parks etc easier for pedestrians. Lots of innovative and unique architecture to look at. Truly magnificent.
We tried to review Shiodome quarter/neighborhood separately . We did not succeed . So the following is instead :
Taking the train back from Odaiba into Minato ,over the Raibow Bridge (see separate review) , we decided to get off at Shimbashi Station . The...More
Outside Shiodome station there is this big clock, every hour the clock starts a show where the whole thing moves and its very cool, it's definitely worth seeing before you get on the monorail (which is 5 stars itself)
This new quartier beside shimbashi station is crowded with people going to work in office.
Lots of bars and restaurants along the train bridge.
This is not at tourist sight but very interesting area if you stay here in hotel or pass by.
This is one of Tokyo's most modern areas, a collection of skyscrapers housing a number of restaurants, shops and businesses. It is quite amazing to think that this was once marshland on Tokyo Bay but was filled in by Shogun Tokugawa (1603) and then housed...More
Date of experience: May 2015
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Odaiba / Shiodome / Shinbashi
Odaiba is an entertainment hotspot with a giant ferris wheel, concert halls, amusement arcades and lots of shopping. It also boasts Oedo-onsen-monogatari, a hotspring that recreates old Edo-era ambiance and is very popular with foreign visitors. Shiodome has ultra-modern office buildings where you can often find restaurants with a great high-rise view of Tokyo. The neighboring area of Shinbashi is a district of much
older commercial buildings and it's a great place to join 'salary men' enjoying a drink and snacks at street stalls under the railway bridges after work.