Chiba Port Tower was built to commemorate the population of Chiba prefecture breaking through 5 million people on June 15th, 1986 as a symbol of the international port, Chiba port. From the observation room you can enjoy a 360°view of not only Chiba City but as far as Tokyo Sky Tree, Aqua Line and Mount Fuji.
QVC Marine Field is the home of Chiba Lotte Marines who belong to the Pacific League. Famous fireworks are held at every game in August. In other months they are held on Fridays. Also, elaborate seats and events are provided to meet a variety of tastes. In addition to these, there is the most enthusiastic support in pro baseball, and round the outside of the ballpark shops are lined up serving food just like at a festival. By all means, please come to watch.
Makuhari Messe was opened in 1989 in Makuhari New City as the first full-scale convention facility in Japan. It is made up of the largest international exhibition hall in Japan, an international meeting venue with 22 meeting rooms, and the Makuhari event hall with a maximum capacity of 9,000 people, and a variety of trade fairs, international conferences and concerts are held here.
Chiba urban monorail is the world’s longest suspended monorail in operation, and is also recognized by Guinness. In July, 2012, the new vehicle, URBAN FLYER 0 also debuted. By all means take a ride and experience the feeling of taking a walk in mid-air.