Decks Tokyo Beach

Decks Tokyo Beach

Travel Guide

Decks Tokyo Beach is a shopping mall featuring various fashion stores, cuisine restaurants and multiple indoor theme parks.

Decks Tokyo Beach is the first real entertaintainment facility built on the artificial island of Odaiba, a former industrial wasteland that had high hopes for becoming the "city of the future" within Tokyo.

Decks Tokyo Beach delivers a boardwalk filled with outdoor cafes, kiosks and performers, two themed malls, which are Island Mall and Sea Side Mall, and an indoor theme park - Legoland Discovery Center Tokyo.

The boardwalk is one of the best views in the city - and it's always active, with buskers, live radio broadcasts, seasonal decorations and a great atmosphere.

In Island Mall, there is a collection of fashion shops, jewelry and restaurants. Japan's first Legoland here delivers "4D cinema entertainment" and a huge indoor entertainment facility. The Trick Art Museum is also a popular attraction.

While the Seaside Mall offers a magnificent view of the harbor, especially at sunset, when the traditional-roofed pleasure boats drift down the Sumida-gawa from Yanagibashi and Ryogoku. Odaiba 1-chome Shopping Street and Takyoyaki Museum in Seaside Mall are popular them park. Odaiba 1-chome Shopping Street capitalizes fantastically on the "showa retro" boom that has been spreading throughout Japan. The Takoyaki Museum is so authentic, you might have stepped right out of Tokyo and entered Kansai. Seaside Mall house myriad shopping and dining options too.

Don't miss Decks Tokyo Beach on your next trip to Odaiba - but don't forget to check out all of Decks' quirkier offerings, too.

Decks Tokyo Beach - Island Mall Decks Tokyo Beach - Odaiba 1-chome Shopping Street Decks Tokyo Beach - Takyoyaki Museum
Island Mall Odaiba 1-chome Shopping Street Takyoyaki Museum

Travel Advice


- A Hong Kong themed food theme park “Odaiba Little Honk Kong” and the Muscle Park were closed in December 2010.

- Legoland Discovery Center Tokyo new open in June 2012.



Address 1-6-1 Daiba, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Phone 03-3599-6500
Admission Free (separate admission fees for theme parks)  
Hours 11:00 to 21:00  Shops and cafe
11:00 to 22:00  Attraction at 4F
11:00 to 23:00  Restaurants at 5F
11:00 to 24:00  Restaurants at 6F
May vary depending on the season of the year
Closed 1 day in an year for maintenance
Duration 1 hour
Getting There By Train
2 minutes walk from Odaiba-kaihinkoen Station on Yurikamome Line.
5 minutes walk from Tokyo Teleport Station on Rinkai Line.

By Car
Take Route 11 (Daiba Route) of Shuto Expressway to the Daiba exit. It is approximately 3 minutes from exit.
Take Wangan Route of Shuto Expressway to the Ariake exit or Rinkai-fukutoshin exit. It is approximately 4 minutes from exit.
Parking Paid parking available

Attractions in Japan