Takoyaki Museum Odaiba Tokyo

When it comes to museums, Tokyo has something for everyone. One of the more peculiar museums is the Takoyaki Museum located in Odaiba.

Odaiba Takoyaki Museum Tokyo

Odaiba Takoyaki Museum Tokyo

Takoyaki is a street food which comes of Osaka, with a small piece of octopus cooked in a batter usually topped with mayonnaise and benito flakes. Takoyaki may come from Osaka though they are common all over Japan now.

Takoyaki Museum Odaiba Tokyo

Takoyaki Museum Odaiba Tokyo

The Takoyaki Museum is located on level 4 of the Decks Beach Shopping Mall in Odaiba. Odaiba is a manmade island on Tokyo Bay which has become a very popular shopping and entertainment district. The museum is only small with only a few displays of the history of takoyaki and different displays showing the cooking process. It then opens up into a large hall with many vendors selling different types of Takoyaki.

Takoyaki Museum Tokyo

Takoyaki Museum Tokyo

Stores selling a variety of Takoyaki

Stores selling a variety of Takoyaki

When you walk onto Level 4 of Decks Beach Shopping Mall there are loads of shops leading down to the Takoyaki Museum selling a range of nice Japanese gifts.

Japanese Gift stores leading to Takoyaki Museum

Japanese Gift stores leading to Takoyaki Museum

Right next to the Takoyaki Museum is a Japanese Horror House – Haunted House. The Japanese love their horror movies and are very good at them so if you like to be scared give this Horror House a go.

Japanese Horror House next to the Takoyaki Museum

Japanese Horror House next to the Takoyaki Museum

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