In addition to Tokyo Big Sight, Japan's largest exhibition space with 80,000㎡, Daiba, Aomi and Ariake are home to many hotels and popular retail facilities, and serve as one of Japan's leading centres for MICE events and international tourism, attracting many visitors from Japan and abroad.
Located a mere 6km from the centre of Tokyo, connected to Haneda and Narita Airports via the expressway, Daiba, Aomi and Ariake have developed into a hub for creating extensive networks between cities in Japan and the rest of the world.
Furthermore, the rail and road connections Odaiba has with the centre of Tokyo make it very convenient for getting around.
Various disaster prevention measures, including against tsunamis, have been put in place to make Daiba, Aomi and Ariake 'disaster resistant areas' and ensure your safety. Multipurpose underground utility conduits are built to withstand earthquakes of similar magnitude as the Great Kanto Earthquake, and house all of the city's essential infrastructure, such as water, sewage, electricity, gas and telecommunication and internet cables.
In addition to the measures against natural disasters, measures to prevent the spread of infectious diseases have also recently been enhanced, with some companies having obtained international standards for infection control measures.
Daiba, Aomi and Ariake make the best of their waterfront location: with 27% of the developed area given to waterfront parks and green spaces, creating a new urban landscape with fantastic views of the waterfront and open green spaces. At night, the illuminated Rainbow Bridge and beautiful views of Tokyo across the bay help to form this new charming view of Tokyo.
Surrounded by the sea, Daiba, Aomi and Ariake are replete with tourist attractions, such as shopping malls, theatres, food courts, restaurants and museums, making the area one of Tokyo's leading sightseeing spots. You can even take a ride on a water bus or amphibious bus and enjoy Tokyo, as a city of water, from the sea. The area is evolving daily as a city that is full of life, cultural exchange and innovation, so there will be new gems to discover every time you visit.
Tokyo Big Sight, Japan's largest exhibition space, hosts up to 300 events a year, and has been graced by around 15 million visitors from all around the world. The area also has a proven track record as one of Tokyo's leading hubs for MICE events, including hosting major sporting events across the whole area, incentive tours and international conferences held in the splendid surroundings of the area's excellent hotels, and academic conferences at the research exchange facilities.
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