Chiba Port Tower is a tower located in Chiba Port Park, Chūō-ku, Chiba, Chiba Prefecture, Japan. It is 125.1 m tall and has four stories. It was built in 1986. [Wikipedia]
Panoramic views are my personal favorite and any new city or place I visit, I make it a point to collect the necessary information and finally visit all those interesting places. It somehow gives me the feeling of "I've seen it all", and Chiba Port Tower in particular. If you want to see the city of Chiba, the Tokyo Aqua Line and Umihotaru, Disney Resort, Narita Airport all in one shot, the Chiba Port Tower is the place to visit.
Inage Seaside Park is a white-sand beach. Abutting Inage Seaside Park is the Park Pool area, a popular summertime escape. There is also a nearby harbor called Diamond Fuji, popular for sunset walks. At Inage Seaside Park Pool, guests can enjoy fourteen types of pools and slides. Float lazily along the going-around-pool or try something a little more fast-paced like their water slides or large wave pool. For safety checks, guests are asked to leave the pools once every hour—but there’s still plenty to see, enjoy, and eat. The pool park is opened only during summer from July to September and may be closed during inclement weather. Please call in advance.
The Chiba Zoological Garden, which first opened in April 1985, is about halfway between Tokyo and Narita, just outside the city of Chiba. It consists of 7 zones. In the Zoological Hall you can find everything you need to get started: feeding plans and maps The zoo also focuses on different species that live in tropical rainforests (marmots, tropical birds, sloths, etc.). The zoo's mascot is a red panda named Futa. Born on July 5, 2003, Futa became a visitor attraction and television celebrity in 2005 because he could stand upright on his hind feet for about ten seconds at a time. You can also discover elephants, monkeys, giraffes, zebras, meerkats and many other species or visit the petting zoo.
Makuhari Messe is one of Japan's largest convention centers and is located in the Mihama district of Chiba City, near Tokyo. In addition to several trade fairs and exhibitions, it is often a concert venue and is also intended to host various sporting events as part of the 2020 Summer Olympics. The exhibition center was designed by architect Fumihiko Maki and consists of the International Exhibition Hall, the International Congress Hall and the Makuhari Event Hall, with a total area of more than 210,000 square meters. Makuhari Messe is located between central Tokyo and Narita Airport. Here are regularly held events known as the Tokyo Game Show, the Tokyo Motor Show or the Jump Festa, an anime and manga event.