First, lets start off with the Fuji TV building that is on the other side of the monorail tracks from the Aqua City Mall. The massive building looks like a big steel framwork with a big metallic ball suspending in it. There is an observation gallery here and even a One Piece anime themed restaurant.
|Rear of Fuji TV Building, Aqua City is the pink building on the left.|
|Fuji TV South|
Behind this building to the east, is Divercity. A newer mall, it is home to the Giant Gundam robot that stands out front and you can visit the Gundam Theme park "Gundam Front" inside.
|Divercity and Giant Gundam|
My Odaiba Travelogues:
Now, head back west after buying your Gundam souvenirs, and browsing through the Divercity Mall with maid cafes and conveyor belt sushi inside. You'll be right back where you started and probably debarked from the monorail on the Yurikamome Line. Here, you'll find Aqua City, home to a big Toys R Us, a Daiso 100 yen store, Ramen City, and the Noitamina Cafe Store. If this isn't enough for you to see and do, you can also visit the roof for some great views and the small Shinto shrine there (the only one in Odaiba).
If Aqua City isn't enough mall for you, keep going north to visit the Decks which is right next door. The Decks has a Sega Joyopolis Mega Arcade/Entertainment Park, Little Hong Kong for dining, Lego Land, and a Takoyaki Museum (with many kiosks to fulfill your octopus batter ball taste buds). Inside both malls are also smaller stores that sell a variety of merchandise, some with traditional flair.
|Little Hong Kong, Decks.|
|Statue of Liberty and Rainbow Bridge from Aqua City|
|Giant Animated Globe at Miraikan|
|Rocket Engine. Japan has its own space program via JAXA, their national space agency.|
A joint JAXA + NASA anime for their GPM Weather Satellite!
The Maritime Museum is cool as it even looks like a ship. There are mockups of a submarine and even some portions of big ship engines on display. If you love models of ships - you are going to be in heaven here. Outside there are a few vessels that you can tour through.
|Big model of a tanker|
|Submarine mockup with control room underneath|
At the end of the day, you might want to unwind a bit too and hit a hot springs resort that pumps up water from deep in the earth. You can visit the Ooedo Onsen Monogatari, which recreates a traditional hot springs inn as a theme park. They even have those little doctor fish that nibble your dry skin off your feet. It is located 2 minutes south of the Tokyo Teleport Station.
Their official website in English.
External post about the resort.