The Odaiba Seaside Park was opened in 1996, using the old breakwater in Daiba, Minato-ku and the cove surrounded by Daiba Park. The Rainbow Bridge exists in front of the park, and it is a place where you can enjoy the night view of the city center.

Odaiba Seaside Park
Statue of Liberty at the Odaiba Seaside Park

Odaiba Beach, where you can play in the water against a backdrop of skyscrapers reminiscent of an overseas resort beach, offers a variety of events such as beach volleyball tournaments, and the view from evening to night is also superb.

The Odaiba Beach is also home to a replica of the Statue of Liberty from France and an observation deck, making it a representative tourist spot in Tokyo where anyone can enjoy the scenery, from couples, families, students on school trips, and tourists alike.

Odaiba Seaside Park
Odaiba Seaside Park

Since the area is often used as a filming location for TV dramas, visitors can enjoy searching for a spot while recalling scenes from the dramas. The Yurikamome Line, Rinkai Line, and water buses provide convenient transportation for sightseeing in Tokyo Bay and the surrounding Odaiba area.

Park Name Odaiba Seaside Park
Park Address 1-5-5 Daiba, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Park Facilities Jogging course
Statue of Liberty Waterfront Bus Terminal Waterfront
Sandy beach in the park Boardwalk DECKS Tokyo
Rocky beach Windsurfer Anchor objet d’art
Marine House (1F Beachside Cafe, 2F Hawaiian Restaurant Bar, 3F Observation Plaza) Restrooms Guide map of the park

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