I was expecting Odaiba to be a very lively place, so my first stop was Sega Park to see the ambience and all the people playing with those recreational machines that made so much noise. I already mentioned this in another post, but it was a rainy Thursday morning and as you can imagine Odaiba in those conditions isn’t a very lively place.
So as I found myself once again in a place with few people I decided to skip Sega Park and take a bit of a walk around as I made my way to FujiTV and the Miraikan.
There are many stairs leading down to the streets on ground level, but I thought walking on the elevated walkway was much more fun.
Other than the observatory platform, FujiTV also has the One Piece Restaurant (seen in the background in the photo above) as well as a shop with merchandising from many of the channel’s different shows.
Once I was done I walked to the Miraikan Museum, first passing through a shopping mall where I wasted most of my daily money and the DiverCity Gundam Statue.
I’ll write about the Miraikan in another post since I spent most of my day there, it turned out to be much more interesting and fun than I’d expected it to be.