Chapter 180: Odaiba Statue of Liberty, Statue of Freedom, Fuji TV, Rainbow Bridge, Ferris Wheel

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The bridge towards the Statue of Liberty

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Statue of Freedom
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Fuji TV Building
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Rainbow Bridge

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Odaiba Rainbow Ferris Wheel

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Odaiba is such a big contrast to central Tokyo. Open space and a sense of freedom for lovely strolls. There’s the statue of Liberty and Freedom, parks and walking along the riverside was a breath of fresh air. For more adventurous people, there’s a brightly coloured Ferris Wheel for those seeking a better view. Fuji TV’s building has a unique design and furthermore. . .To be honest I really like Odaiba. It was a lovely change to the hectic trains and shoving and pushing.

—Tofu

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