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Largest hot spring theme park in Chiba Prefecture featuring 38 different baths and an open air bath including a natural hot spring. (Swimwear required in some areas.) 10 minute walk from Hyatt Regency Tokyo Bay.
Urayasu City Folk Museum
The lifestyles and inhabitants of the old fishing towns around Tokyo Bay are on exhibition at Urayasu City Folk Museum. The folk museum moved the actual former houses to recreate the old town street, so you can experience the atmosphere and lifestyle of the Showa period (1926-1989).
Urayasu Sogo Park
A vast, comprehensive park located directly opposite Hyatt Regency Tokyo Bay. You can relax on the lawn and play with children in "Nikoniko Square" while taking in the view of Tokyo Bay, visit "Biotope" where you can observe the habitat of various living things, or enjoy Urayasu City's only barbecue facility.
Tokyo Disney Resort®
Two enchanting Disney parks in one place, with attractions you'll find nowhere else. The parks offer attractions and experiences that are unique to Japan's Disney parks, and they're must-do attractions when you visit Tokyo. Free shuttle bus from Hyatt Regency Tokyo Bay to Tokyo Disney Resort® operates every day.
A shopping mall located at the entrance to Tokyo Disney Resort®. Its catchphrase is "A town full of stories and entertainment. It is a well-equipped facility consisting of about 140 stores, restaurants, and a movie theater.
Kasai Rinkai Park
Kasai Rinkai Park is the largest park in central Tokyo, located just across the Edogawa River from Tokyo Disney Resort®. The park offers a nice break from the surrounding cityscapes and has a number of walking trails that crisscross the gardens, lawns and beaches. In addition, the park features an aquarium, a Ferris wheel, a seabird sanctuary and an observation building.
Odaiba is an entertainment and shopping district which offers something for everyone. A small beach, restaurants, shopping malls, museums, and Tokyo’s most famous onsen.
Makuhari Messe is one of Japan's largest convention centers located in the Makuhari New City area of Chiba-city, Chiba. Makuhari Messe holds a variety of events throughout the year.
Relocated from Tsukiji Market in 2018, it is a comprehensive market that deals in marine products and produce. There is also a deck where visitors can observe the tuna auction. There are also restaurants where can enjoy long-established flavors such as sushi and tonkatsu.
Tokyo Station & Marunouchi
The red-brick façade of the beautifully restored Tokyo Station building is one of the city’s most striking pieces of architecture, especially distinctive against the glass and steel of neighboring skyscrapers. Behind it lies one of the city’s key transport hubs, connecting the country through bullet trains that run to Hakodate in the far north and to Fukuoka in the far south. Not only does the station contain a wealth of shopping and eating opportunities, but the surrounding areas also offer some of the city’s best sights, from the impressive Marunouchi financial district to Nihonbashi, the downtown center of Edo, Tokyo of the past.
Japan National Stadium
It is the main venue for the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics. The building was designed based on the concept of a forest stadium, using a lot of steel and wood.