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 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.
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|