Daiba Itchome Shotengai

It's a theme park conceptualized after the Japanese working class neighborhood during 1950s and 60s. It's a place where you can see how Japan looked like during the Showa period. It's also a very popular spot for tourists visiting Japan from abroad who enjoy the very different ambiance of good-old Japan reproduced on one whole floor. There are many stores selling candies and toys from that period, in addition to nostalgic games and souvenirs. If you have never been here, you will be surprised and feel nostalgic. I hope you will come here to experience how Japanese neighborhoods looked like few decades ago.

Address
1-6-1 Daiba, Minato, Tokyo
Contact No.
+81-3-3599-6500
Access
2-min walk from Odaiba Kaihin Koen Station on Yurikamome Line 5-min walk from Tokyo Teleport Station on Rinkai Line
Official Website
http://odaiba-decks.com/
Time Required
2.5 hours
Other Information
Free Entrance Parking available

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

Many candies from the 1950s and 60s are here!

Here, candy stores from the olden days have been reproduced exactly as they used to be. There are many candies and snacks from the good old days along with toys. It feels like you are back in time. The candies are very cheap: the cheapest ones only cost 15 yen a piece. It's a very nostalgic place for adults who had spend their childhood during this period, while very refreshing and interesting for those who have never lived during this period in Japan.

Daiba Kaiki Gakko

This is a haunted house attraction that is popular for its scary and realistic ghosts. Since ghost are wearing Hollywood-style special effect makeup, they look super scary. It feels even scarier that it takes place in an old abandoned school, just like in Japanese scary movies. I recommend you to take a picture next to the signboard where its written "Haunted house" in Japanese calligraphy.

Source:お台場Web

 Itchome Playland

Here, there are many game machines that attracted children in the 1950s and a total of 70 machines are available. They are all old game machines, and most of the rules are very simple to follow. You should definitely try them out. There is also a vending machine where you can buy glass bottled Coca Cola, that we don't see anymore in any vending machines in Japan.

Daiba Itchome Shotengai

It's a theme park conceptualized after the Japanese working class neighborhood during 1950s and 60s. It's a place where you can see how Japan looked like during the Showa period. It's also a very popular spot for tourists visiting Japan from abroad who enjoy the very different ambiance of good-old Japan reproduced on one whole floor. There are many stores selling candies and toys from that period, in addition to nostalgic games and souvenirs. If you have never been here, you will be surprised and feel nostalgic. I hope you will come here to experience how Japanese neighborhoods looked like few decades ago.

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

Many candies from the 1950s and 60s are here!

Here, candy stores from the olden days have been reproduced exactly as they used to be. There are many candies and snacks from the good old days along with toys. It feels like you are back in time. The candies are very cheap: the cheapest ones only cost 15 yen a piece. It's a very nostalgic place for adults who had spend their childhood during this period, while very refreshing and interesting for those who have never lived during this period in Japan.

Daiba Kaiki Gakko

This is a haunted house attraction that is popular for its scary and realistic ghosts. Since ghost are wearing Hollywood-style special effect makeup, they look super scary. It feels even scarier that it takes place in an old abandoned school, just like in Japanese scary movies. I recommend you to take a picture next to the signboard where its written "Haunted house" in Japanese calligraphy.

Source:お台場Web

 Itchome Playland

Here, there are many game machines that attracted children in the 1950s and a total of 70 machines are available. They are all old game machines, and most of the rules are very simple to follow. You should definitely try them out. There is also a vending machine where you can buy glass bottled Coca Cola, that we don't see anymore in any vending machines in Japan.

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