Odaiba (お台場) is located on the man-made island in Tokyo Bay and is a popular district for shopping and entertainment. The island was originally made to protect Tokyo from possible attacks from the sea. During the 1980s there were major development projects to make a futuristic residential and business district, however in the 1990s it slowed downed and was left nearly empty. Still the Fuji TV Building, Telecom Center, and Tokyo Big Sight were built and are considered some of Tokyo’s radical architectural creations. In the later half the 90s many hotels, shopping malls, and the Yurikamome train line was constructed. It has developed in to one of the most popular tourist attractions with shopping, dining and entertainment options available. Some of the notable places to visit include Diver City, Palette Town, Aquacity, and the Rainbow Bridge.