If you are serious about getting fit and you are tired of wasting money on gyms, gym equipment then look no further. Mark McDonald will give you the advice and expertise you need and you will be fittest you have ever been. He will offer strength training exercises and nutritional advice.
I found him at the Tokyo American Club.
The staff are unbelievably rude. I was made to feel as though I were doing them a favor buy purchasing goods from their store. This type of behavior is unacceptable everywhere but especially unacceptable in Japan.
I have always thought that Odaiba is underrated. It is a great little island to visit for the day to take in some shopping at venus fort or the other shopping galleries. There are many restaurants that offer an incredible view of the Rainbow Bridge at night. As for the Park, I wouldn't even compare it to an American park just like I wouldn't compare and American Park to Odaiba's. It is a nice place to relax and unwind and watch the boats go by with a backdrop setting of the Rainbow Bridge. If anything, it is more exciting than most parks because you are able to watch something other than the wind blowing in the trees.
An amazing shopping mall....as Gabriella mentioned, it is like you have been transported to Cesar's Palace in Vegas. Tons of shops and restaurants. Convenient lockers for you to store your jackets and bags. A lot of open space which is a novelty living in Tokyo.
A large store that has products ranging from sporting goods to bathroom toiletries. If you have looked everywhere for something in particular then this should be your final destination. It is always extremely crowded here so either be prepared to walk up and down the many sets of stairs or wait in line for the next available elevator. Also, don't forget to receive your customer point card on the main floor. Happy shopping!
NOT for the faint of heart or over 30 set unless you wish to go just for the entertainment value. Very loud and head-ache provoking environment, especially when the 'shop girls' yell out IRRASHEMASE in those high-pitched, squeeky voices...they are cute however and it is interesting to see how the fashionable, young people are dressing these days.