Odaiba Marine Park3.7
This is a seaside park on a reclaimed island where, in summertime, you see windsurfers and sunbathers on the sandy beach. But the main highlight here is the evening and night view of the city's high-rise buildings and Tokyo Tower, not to mention the Rainbow Bridge lying just in front. You can enjoy the views as you stroll along the beach and grassy lawns. Alternatively you opt for standing at the "Marine House" observatory or on the "Sky Walk" path.
To commemorate France Year in Japan, the original Statue of Liberty in France was brought here for one year starting in April 1998. A replica was then made and put in its place. It stands about 11 meters tall from the pedestal and weighs approximately 9 tons.
This area is also home to resort hotels, Fuji TV Building and other structures that boast a futuristic feel and look.
a 3-min walk from Odaiba Kaihin Koen Sta., or Daiba Sta. on Yurikamome Line
a 10-min walk from Tokyo Teleport Sta. on JR Rinkai Line
Purposecouple,beach,kids,family,sightseeing,let's hang out!
Airport/Sta.Yurikamome line Odaiba-kaihinkoen St. (about 400m) Google Transit
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5.03 months ago
A nice park, the biggest one in Odaiba. Swimming is prohibited though, but you can go for sunbathing at the beach.
In December every Saturday there are fireworks, and you can also enjoy the special rainbow lighting of the bridge.
5.02 months ago
5.03 years ago
There are many parks in Odaiba, but aren't many with children's playground. This is one of the largest playground around and its a nice one. Just about 5 minutes walk from Odaiba Kaihinkoen station, this park has many amenities. There are several slides, swings, seasaws. There is a sandpit as well. There are many benches to sit on and an open field to play ball games.
If you live in the area and are looking for a nice playground for your child, you can come here.
4.0a year ago
Good place to rest on wide green grass.
5.02 years ago
Nice playground for kids