The headquarters of Fuji TV is located in the artificial island of Odaiba in Tokyo Bay, across the Rainbow Bridge from Central Tokyo. This futuristic metallic building features a huge silver ball. It was designed by Japanese Architect Kenzo Tange, and took nearly three years to construct the fully earthquake proof building. Opened in 1997, the center is home to the fully digital TV studio where much of Fuji TV’s television programming is filmed. You might be impressed with how futuristic this building looked. As its fascinating knowing they built the building years ago, and it still looks very modern. There are various cafes and food outlets upstairs and on the ground floor of this building as well as souvenir shops. You also can enjoy the view from the ball shaped observation floor. It’s wonderful to see the view of the bay, the Rainbow Bridge, the Tokyo Tower, etc. You can see the Sky Tree as well.