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Rainbow Bridge
レインボーブリッジ

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Open Open 24 hours
Recommended Sightseeing Time: 1 hour
Address: Minato, Tokyo 105-0000, Japan
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Phone: +81-3-54630224

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The most beautiful modern bridge across the northern section of Tokyo Bay is the most striking destination sign in Tokyo Odaiba. In order to create a festive atmosphere for the Tokyo Olympics, the huge Olympic rings are set up in the Odaiba Park next to the bridge. With the five rings as the foreground, the rainbow bridge as the background of photos and video in the media repeated presentation, the rainbow bridge has become a symbol of Tokyo, the symbol of Japan. The structure of the suspension bridge with two towers and two layers, with simple shape, clear and ably-slick, and clear blue sea surface, and the fashionable and prosperous cross-strait, matched into interest, mutually perfect. A walk on the bridge, a look at the bridge pier, is a wonderful enjoyment. Tip: Most tourists take a beautiful picture of the rainbow bridge with the Statue of Liberty as the foreground. I prefer to walk to the beach with the scattered cables foreground, and the pictures will give a different sense of fashion.

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Introduction

The Rainbow Bridge is a suspension bridge crossing northern Tokyo Bay between Shibaura Pier and the Odaiba waterfront development. Every night, a solar powered lighting system illuminates the bridge and reflects off the waters of Tokyo Bay. The wonderfully romantic scene has made Rainbow Bridge a popular film location for many Japanese TV dramas. The towers supporting the bridge are white in color, designed to harmonize with the skyline of central Tokyo as seen from Odaiba. The bridge has a pair of pedestrian walkways making it accessible to those without access to motorized transport.
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