VISIT FUJI TV

25F "Hachitama" Spherical Observation Room

"Hachitama" Spherical Observation Room

Open

every day except Mondays
(If Monday falls on a holiday, following Tuesday will be closed)

Hour 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
*Hours may vary when events are being held on the premises.
Phone guidance for tours 0180-993-188
Admission fee

Adults 550 yen
Elementary/Middle School Pupils 300yen
*Entry is limited to 30 minutes prior to closing time.

Hachitama Shop

Open

every day except Mondays
(If Monday falls on a holiday, following Tuesday will be closed)

Hour 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
*Hours may vary when events are being held on the premises.

Fuji TV program related character goods and Hachitama goods can be purchased here.

View from Spherical Observation Room

24F Mezama Sky

Open

every day except Mondays
(If Monday falls on a holiday, following Tuesday will be closed)

Hour 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
*Hours may vary when events are being held on the premises.

Fuji TV's morning show "Mezamashi TV" welcomes its 20th anniversary in April 2013. Situated within Fuji TV's symbolic spherical observation room "Hachitama" on the 24th floor, Mezama-Sky was opened to the public in April of 2012. Check out the Mezamashi TV studio and its original café along with autographs from your favorite stars like Justin Bieber and Tim Burton. *Mezama-Sky may not be available to view when programs are being recorded.

7F Rooftop Garden

An open area for events and live performances, the Roof Garden is also known as the perfect spot to view the Ferris wheel amongst Odaiba aficionados.

F-Island

Open

every day except New Year’s Day

Hours 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
*Hours may vary when events are being held on the premises.
Phone 03-5500-5822

Find goods from Fuji TV and your favorite shows only available here at F Island, or the Fuji TV shop island.

Chuggington Shop

Open

every day except New Year’s Day

Hours 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
*Hours may vary when events are being held on the premises.
Phone 03-5500-5822
Website http://www.chuggington.jp

Born in England, the computer-animated television series about 6 young novice railway anthropomorphic locomotives, or “Trainees” for children is a hit show broadcast on over 178 countries and regions worldwide. In Japan, the series is broadcast on none other than Fuji TV and its network stations! This is the very first permanent shop to appear in the world and here you will find a wide range of Chuggington goods from books to toys to stationary. Look out for the big “Trainee” Wilson’s display rack inside the shop!

ONE PIECE RESTAURANT BARATIE

Open

Open every day

Hours 10:30 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
*Hours subject to change in case of events..
Phone 03-5500-5843

BARATIE is an ocean-going restaurant or ship that appears in the popular anime series "ONE PIECE". In the anime, a cook by the name of Sanji works at BARATIE as assistant to the head chef before becoming a member of the Straw Hat Pirates. While this restaurant isn't floating in the middle of the ocean, it is an entertainment restaurant based on the anime, where diners can enjoy a wide variety of dishes themed to the world of ONE PIECE or even witness Sanji in the form of a statue.

5F Fuji TV Wonder Street

A collection of valuable items from popular programs, a fun photo spot and more are available for you to enjoy here at Fuji TV’s Wonder Street. When you enter, the first thing that comes into sight are the 5 monitors airing Fuji TV and its related channels. Next to the monitors stands a giant timetable that encompasses all of Fuji TV’s programs. Moving forward, you will encounter an area dedicated to Mezamashi TV, a perfect spot to take photos with your favorite anime character.
Follow the hallway lined with familiar faces of Fuji TV’s newscasters and announcers, and you’ll find a life-sized panel of hosts from noon-time variety show “High Noon TV Viking!”
The “Variety Show Corner” is the main area of Wonder Street where you can find a part of the set used in “SMAPxSMAP,” when Lady GAGA performed. Further down there is a display for “Terrace House,” a reality show where 6 male and female members share the same flat. Here you can check out their rooms and past members’ romantic interests. “Mecha Ike” and “VS ARASHI” displays can also be found here as well.
Other areas of interest include an area of Fuji TV’s popular dramas and movies, events, and more. Come and see, feel, and take photos at Wonder Street to experience Fuji TV in a whole new light!

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1F Theater Mall

An area with café, restaurant and shops all in an open space with a high ceiling. The multi-theater offers movie screening events and more.

Fuji TV Drama & Movie Plaza

Open

every day except New Year’s Day

Hours 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
*Hours may vary when events are being held on the premises.
Phone 03-5500-1888

A place of entertainment where Fuji TV’s drama/movie scripts and props are displayed. Related merchandise are also available to purchase.

Sazae-san Shop

Open

every day except New Year’s Day

Hours 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
*Hours may vary when events are being held on the premises.
Phone 03-5500-5415

The only Sazae-san shop in Japan! Available items include Sazae-san goods and confectionary.

The limited-time “Chibi Maruko Chan Café”

Open Open every day
Hours 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. (Final order 6:30 p.m.)
*Hours may vary when events are being held on the premises.
Phone 03-5500-5841
Official Website http://www.fujitv.co.jp/gotofujitv/maruko/

To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the popular anime series Chibimarukochan, Chibi Maruko Chan Café is now open for a limited time at Fuji TV. In addition to a super cute food and drink menu based on the anime’s characters, the entire café is nicely decorated with a special charm and offers a selection of limited-edition Chibimarukochan merchandise.

Lawson

Open Open 24 hours

*Open to the public only from 9:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. during Theater Mall hours)
**Hours may vary when events are being held on the premises.

Phone 03-5564-5270

More than just the usual convenience store, this LAWSON offers program related goods from time to time. Props used in the making of programs are sometimes available to view here as well.