Mall featuring retail stores, observation deck, restaurants, a museum and seasonal winter illuminations. Photo: Mahathir Mohd Yasin / Shutterstock.com
Enjoy panoramic views of Tokyo from the observation areas up on the 46th and 47th floors. Although not a 360-degree view of the city, it's entirely free to visit
A multitude of dining options up on the 46th and 47th floors of the Dentsu Building (which houses Caretta Shiodome) exist, all providing panoramic views over Tokyo. Choose from teppan at Vin Tetsu, sushi at Misuji or yakiniku at Toraji – amongst several more.Discover more
This is the only museum in Japan that is dedicated to all things advertising and marketing.Discover more
Currently showing the acclaimed Aladdin musical (in Japanese), the 1,200-seat theatre at Dentsu Shiki Theatre UMI ('Sea') was originally opened in 2002. Photo: Ken Arai,「Aladdin」Discover more
Inquisitive visitors can find three sculptures at Caretta Shiodome, including Child of the Morning Dew (by sculptor, Satoshi Yabuuchi), The Fertile Sea (by Nobuo Sekine), and the Turtle Fountain (by Chinese artist Cai Guo-Qiang) outside the main entrance.
Four minute walk from JR Shimbashi Station (also Asakusa Line/GInza Line subway), 2-minute walk from Shiodome Station (Yurikamome, Oedo Line)
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