After that excitement we headed out to the man made island of Odaiba. It situated out in Tokyo Bay and was originally build as a defensive structure for the city, but nowadays it's an entertainment and shopping area. It will be the location for many of the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games too.
|The diver-less New Transit Yurikamome Line takes you over the Rainbow Bridge to Odaiba.|
|The Rainbow Bridge.|
|Inside Venus Fort|
Decks and Aqua City make up the remaining areas and are looking a little dated now, but in front of the Aqua City you get spectacular views of Tokyo and the Rainbow Bridge. Oddly they've also built a replica of The Statue of Liberty and placed it here too!
|Sunsetting over Tokyo City|
|The Rainbow Bridge as it was lit up.|
|Replica of The Statue of Liberty|
Taking the train back onto the mainland we headed on a walk to Tokyo Tower, standing 333 metres tall. It's a replica of the Eiffel Tower and has two viewing decks. We went up to the 250 metre deck to take in the views of the city at night.
We stayed in tonight, well took in a late night walk around Shibuya, but we didn't venture out too far. We where surprised to see many of the lights and TV screens turned off - Shibuya does go to sleep afterall!