Sunshine City is a microcity complex centered on the 240m-high Sunshine 60 skyscraper, the landmark of Ikebukuro. Attractions include Sunshine Aquarium, Japan's first roof-top aquarium themed on 'oasis of the sky', Namuko Namja Town, the largest in-building theme park in the country, and the Manten planetarium with star-sprinkled images.
When night approaches, the observation deck at 251m offers a romantic, panoramic view of Tokyo with sunset colors and illumination. This is a place you can enjoy fashion and gourmet experience with your family - children, adults and couples alike. One day is not enough to poke through all the fun facilities.
Purposecouple,Gourmet,fashion,experience,women,shopping,let's hang out!
Airport/Sta.Tokyo International Airport (about 21km) Google Transit
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5.04 weeks ago
One of three malls nestled in between four office towers, this is the one with the stores you came to Tokyo for. The restaurants in the food court are varying levels of tourist friendly. Have pictures of the Pokemon you want to make things easier with the local staff. Buy your tickets for Tokyo Disneyland at the Disney store here so you don't have to wait in line at the park.
Yes that's bacon and eggs on spaghetti next to my salary steak...I love Japan!
4.0a week ago
It's like a labyrinth of stores and hallways. You could get lost easily. And don't forget to bring lots of cash because of so many nice things.
5.0a month ago
Best building to go to on a rainy day. Filled with Namja Town (indoor theme park), a huge roof aquarium, and a pricey planetarium. This mall seems endless. There's also a huge Pokemon center located inside the mall.
Warning: extremely crowded on the weekends
5.02 weeks ago
Very big store with a variety of delicious food and well priced goods (souvenirs and other miscellaneous items)
5.03 weeks ago
I went many times for specific stores, like Pokemon Center Mega Tokyo, but it was a very comfortable, its a big and cute mall, i love to walk there and looking the coffee shops, as well. Very close to Ikebukuro.