Enjoy a walk on the quiet beach, feeling the gentle sea breeze.
Climb up to the observatory, for a magnificent view that covers the Rainbow Bridge and Fuji Television.
At day and at night, there are many ways to enjoy Odaiba Seaside Park, a popular tourist and school trip destination.
The highlight of the park is the 800-meter long beach. In summertime, it is filled with children gathering seashells and small crabs, or couples enjoying the view of the sea together.
However, swimming and fishing are prohibited in this area.
The other main attraction is the Statue of Liberty, visible from the promenade “Sky walk” that connects Odaiba Seaside Park and the Symbol Promenade Park. This statue that represents the friendship between France and Japan, is recently a popular spot for a souvenir picture!
You can also enjoy a tour of Tokyo on the water bus. From the bus stop inside Odaiba Seaside Park, you can take the “Odaiba Line” and “Asakusa - Odaiba Direct Line”.
Marine House is probably the best resting place in the park, with a view over the sea. There is a viewing deck on the third floor, and a pathway that connects to DECKS Tokyo Beach on the fourth floor.
You can enjoy a meal or a snack at one of the restaurants or cafés.
In spring, the cherry blossoms inside the Seaside Park are in bloom.
Other exciting events are held through out the year, including the “Sea Light Festival” (displaying paper candles in the park) in early July, and “Odaiba Rainbow Fireworks” in November and December.
|ODAIBA SEASIDE PARK|
|1-4, Daiba, Minato-ku, Tokyo|
|3 min walk from Odaiba Seaside Park station station|