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Odaiba Shopping

Where to Shop in Odaiba - Tokyo

Three massive shopping centres dominate the shopping landscape of Odaiba. Each of them could occupy avid shoppers for days. From heavenly Venetian facades to reproductions of a bustling Hong Kong street, the shopping centres in Odaiba are attractions in their own right. 

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This huge shopping mall contains a food theme park called Little Hong Kong, Sega’s theme park Joypolis and a plethora of shops selling everything from toys and pet products to home decorations and fashion.

  • MRT: Daiba Station, Yurikimome Line
  • Address: 1-6-1,Daiba, Minato-ku
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Aquacity

In addition to the numerous shops Aquacity has a 13 screen cinema complex. Various chain stores, boutiques, designer labels and stores specializing in decorative home wares occupy Aquacity’s many floors. Located right by the sea the views from out front are spectacular on a clear day.

  • MRT: Daiba Station, Yurikimome Line
  • Address: 1-7-1, Daiba, Minato-ku
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Venus Fort

A part of the colourful Palette Town entertainment park, Venus Fort is not your typical neon lit shopping mall. Stepping inside is like being transported to romantic Venice for the interior design is such that the shop facades, street corners, even the ceiling is painted to resemble a Venetian street. Referred to as an amusement park for ladies, Venus Fort has over a hundred fashion boutiques and stores selling items aimed at a female market.

  • MRT: Aomi, Yurikimome Line
  • Address: Palette Town, 1 Aomi, Koto-ku
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Venus Fort Family

Located under the Venus Fort shopping mall, Venus Fort Family has a smaller number of shops but they are more spacious and aimed at a wider market. Interior decorations, sporting goods, kids clothing and toys, pets and accessories and bookstores are represented here.

  • MRT: Aomi, Yurikimome Line
  • Address: Palette Town, 1 Aomi, Koto-ku
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