Odaiba is a large artificial island in Tokyo Bay connected to central Tokyo via the Rainbow Bridge. It has become increasingly popular as an entertainment and leisure area. Odaiba has something of a precious commodity in its public access to the waterfront. In most other locations, industry and harbor facilities block people from accessing the sea. Restaurants, shopping, and entertainment options abound, making Odaiba a popular tourist destination. Be sure to look for the Replica State of Liberty with the Rainbow Bridge set behind. It’s a great backdrop for photos.
Odaiba Statue of Liberty Replica
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Palette Town Ferris Wheel
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Odaiba, Tokyo Metropolitan Area is located on the artificial land of Tokyo Bay, and is the newest entertainment venue in Tokyo, especially Favored by young people. The main sightseeing spot of Odaiba is the Odaiba Waterfront Park, which has the only beach in Tokyo. There are promenades along the coast to enjoy the sea view, and overlooking the Rainbow Bridge. The beautiful scenery attracts many Japanese TV dramas here. Facilities such as Tokyo Big Sight, Fuji TV Tower, Toyota Motor Museum, Ship Science Museum and Japan Science Future Museum are located here. The huge Ferris wheel, rich shopping and dining facilities also make the Odaiba popular.
From the Odaiba, you can see the Rainbow Bridge and the Tokyo Tower. The beautiful night view is especially beautiful. Travelers who love shooting night scenes should not miss it.
Odaiba also has several large shopping areas, such as Vinasburg, Aqua City, Dix Waterfront Shopping Center, Odaiba 1-chome shopping street.
This man-made land on the Tokyo Bay, also known as Odaiba, is now the most popular and most fashionable entertainment hub in Tokyo. More than 100 years ago, the US Perry fleet was killed from here to Tokyo Bay.
In Odaiba Binhai Park, you can see the Statue of Liberty in the cottage much smaller than the original image, and the Rainbow Bridge in the distance. The water in the Tokyo Bay is clearer than expected. a lot of.
Well, I am here to see the Gundam. The Gundam statue is behind Diver City. If you come from Binhai Park, you need to bypass the building to see it. As a fan of up to see that 1
December 31st is generally called the "Day of the Big Day" - equivalent to New Year's eve. At the stroke of midnight, people pray to God and wish for a prosperous year ahead. The temples ring the clocks 108 times to expel evil and this is followed by a grand fireworks show. The tram tour has a fantasy paradise feeling and the shuttle between the two zones is magical. Japan manages to combine the natural environment with industrial modern civilization like for example , their ships do not exhume black smoke. A lot of children relax and have a great time during this time.