Somewhat deep and interesting places with history.
Geihinkan (Akasaka Rikyu)
"Akasaka Rikyu" was built as the Imperial Palace in Meiji 42. It was renovated in 1974 and was installed as a "Geihinkan" of the country. The brilliant appearance of white and blue tones mimics the Palace of Versailles. It was also the venue for the summit to meet many VIPs. Public viewing is a lottery system once a year.
The largest bridge in the capital, connecting the Shibaura District and the seaside Fukutoshin Center at about 800m long. The symbolic presence of Tokyo gives a beautiful silhouette to Tokyo Bay. The upper layer is the capital high speed, the lower layer is a double structure running on the road, promenade and new transit. The promenade is 1.7 km (20-30 minutes on foot) and offers views of Tokyo Tower and Odaiba.
Caretta Shiodome is a fantastic shopping and dining centre in the Shiodome area in Minato-ku. As well as housing cultural facilities like the Advertisement Museum Tokyo - the first museum in Japan for advertisement - you can also enjoy unique stores and many restaurants with a variety of unique dining experiences. The Sky View on the 46th floor, where you can enter free of charge, offers an amazing view overlooking the Tokyo Bay.
Tokyo Metropolitan Central Library
This is a Tokyo Metropolitan library in the Arisugawa Miya Memorial Park. By the prescribed procedure, you can use the computer that is installed in the building. There is also a café restaurant on the 5th and 1st floors where you can take a snack.
It is a facility in the indoor amusement park, Dex Tokyo Beach in Odaiba, operated by CA Sega Joypolis Co., and can be enjoyed on rainy days. Perfect for dating! -Let's play at Tokyo Joypolis, a theme park full of fun and exciting attractions such as roller coasters!