Divercity Tokyo Plaza

A Large Shopping Mall with a Giant Gundam Statue


Shopping Malls・Restaurants・Amusements・Event hall

Based on the concept of a theater in an urban space, people come here to play, learn, relax, and be surprised or impressed by this landmark of the Daiba district of Tokyo.
It is famous for a giant 19.7-meter statue of Gundam, a major Japanese anime.
Step inside this facility and have fun spending a whole day shopping for both domestic and overseas fashion, as well as various goods at general stores. The mall also has a lot of restaurants, including Tokyo Gourmet Stadium, the largest food court in Rinkai-Fukutoshin.
Tokyo Divercity features a full lineup of the latest in entertainment facilities as well. These include Japan’s largest live house, Zepp Divercity Tokyo and Round 1 Stadium, where you can have fun with karaoke and sports. Living up to its image, there is the official Gundam plastic model complex, THE GUNDAM BASE TOKYO. You can even enjoy a rooftop barbecue without bringing anything!


  • Apparel, luxury brands and souvenir shops are gathered at this shopping mall.
  • It also features the latest in entertainment facilities .
  • There is a giant Gundam statue measuring 19.7 meters.
  • Tokyo Gourmet Stadium is the largest food court in Rinkai-Fukutoshin.


  • The Exterior
  • The Gundam statue overwhelms the exterior!
  • The Pedestrian Bridge from Daiba Station on the Yurikamome Line
  • The Approach
  • The First Floor Entrance
  • Currency Exchange(1st Floor)
  • The Unko Museum (2nd Floor)
  • Japanese General Store, WABI x SABI
  • The Daiba, a shop with a selection of Odaiba souvenirs (2nd Floor)
  • The Tokyo Gourmet Stadium food court (2nd Floor)
  • A Japanese restaurant in the food court
  • The Festival Gate going through Festival Square
  • Festival Square (2nd Floor)
  • A life-sized Gundam statue at Festival Square (2nd Floor)
  • Gundam Café (2nd Floor)
  • Gundam Café (2nd Floor)
  • The Restaurant Area (6th Floor)
  • Round 1 Stadium (7th Floor)
  • Round 1 Stadium (7th Floor)
  • The Interior Guide Map


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Name in Japanese
Postal Code
1-1-10 Aomi, Koto-ku, Tokyo
Business Hours
Shops: 10:00 am-9:00 pm
Food court: 10:00 am-10:00 pm  ※Last order 9:30pm
Restaurants: 11:00 am-11:00 pm
*Hours vary for some stores and restaurants
No scheduled holidays
(1) About a 3-minute walk from Exit B of Tokyo Teleport Station on the Rinkai Line
(2) About a 5-minute walk from Daiba Station on the Yurikamome Line
Official Website
Official Website (English)