The Symbol Promenade Park is the largest metropolitan park in the Odaiba area, with an area of 26.4 ha and a total length of 4 km, connecting Daiba in Minato Ward and Aomi to Ariake in Koto Ward, in a long and narrow shape.

Symbol Promenade Park Odaiba 1
Symbol Promenade Park Odaiba

There is a paved promenade and many objects to enjoy the scenery as you stroll through the park, but although it is called a park, the site is not clearly defined by a fence.

The park consists of three major areas: the West Promenade, which runs north-south from Telecom Center to Odaiba Kaihin Park; the East Promenade, which runs north-south from Tokyo International Exhibition Center to Ariake Tennis Forest Park; and the Center Promenade, which runs east-west between these two promenades.

Symbol Promenade Park Odaiba 2
Symbol Promenade Park Odaiba

The East Promenade connects the Tokyo International Exhibition Center to Ariake Tennis Forest Park from north to south.

Many people who get off at the Kokusai Tenjijo Station on the Rinkai Line and walk to the International Exhibition Hall may have already seen the East Promenade, as it is a place you pass by without realizing it.

Symbol Promenade Park Odaiba 4
Symbol Promenade Park Odaiba 4

It is a bridge park for walking around the Odaiba area, but it is also a park for enjoying the views of the Daiba area and the city center.

The night view is particularly spectacular, and couples and friends can enjoy the wonderful scenery from anywhere. The Dream Bridge on the Center Promenade is especially recommended.

Park Name (Shinboru Plumna-where is the park)
Park Address Daiba, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Flowers in bloom in the park Promenade Grass plaza
Park benches Flame of Freedom Rainbow Bridge seen from the park

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