And from there we walked to Kappabashi Street.
We loved so much Kappabashi street. Have a look of this Chef's big head decorating that building , and those tea-cup-shaped balconies, aren't they amazing? That will give you an idea of what this street is about...
The Street is full of shops where you can find everything what is needed for a restaurant: from plates, wooden stickers, menus, fake food, everything you would need to open a restaurant, you can find it here. And we just couldn't stop watching bowls and decorated wooden stickers, we could have stayed there the whole day and I think that was one of our favourite moments in Tokyo.
Till we were ready for the opposite: Odaiba, the futuristic brand new area in Tokyo, which could be the setting for any sci-fi movie. That triangular building was our favourite: the Yokoso Rainbow Tower.
And once in Odaiba, we visited one of the most curious shopping centers I have ever seen: the Venus Fort shopping center. This shopping mall recreates an ancient italian city but for me the weird thing is the light, they painted it like it was the sunset time, so you get in on a shinny bright day and suddenly...it is dark, i just found it quite hilarious.
And, of course, a visit to the Gundam statue in Odaiba(18m) was compulsory. It is located just in front of the Diver City Tokyo Plaza, and it holds a little show with lights at 12pm, 15 pm and 17 pm.
And from a famous statue...to another. Isn't this lady quite familiar? Yep, Tokyo has its own replica of the Liberty statue in Odaiba, overlooking Tokyo Bay and Rainbow bridge. Pretty cool, huh?