The Rainbow Bridge, Odaiba, Japan


 Odaiba, Japan

The artificial island of Odaiba is one of the places you must visit when you are in Tokyo. The area offers high-tech entertainment, amazing attractions, and hotels and restaurants with beautiful views.

When in Odaiba, Japan you can get anywhere by just walking. If you want to save time from walking, you can choose to ride the Odaiba Rainbow bus, the free Tokyo Bay Shuttle bus, or the Yurikamome line trains for farther destinations of the island.


Palette Town Ferris Wheel

Attractions to visit in Odaiba, Japan

Rainbow Bridge

This picturesque bridge is one of the main attractions of Odaiba, that connects the island to Tokyo.

Palette Town Ferris Wheel

If you want to see a lot of attractions in one trip, then you should ride the Ferris Wheel of Palette Town. From the top, you would be able to see the Rainbow Bridge, Sky Tree, and many Tokyo landmarks like the famous Tokyo Tower.

Statue of Liberty (Symbol Promenade Park)

What stands in Odaiba now is the replica of the French Statue Liberty that was brought from Paris, France and placed in the Odaiba Beach Park from April 1998 to January 1999. The statue serves as a symbol of the Year of France in Japan.

Gundam Front Tokyo (Diver City Tokyo Plaza)

Do you want to experience what it is like to pilot a Gundam? This is the best place to visit for the fans of Gundam.

Fuji Television Main Building

You will love the view of Tokyo Bay and Odaiba from the globe-shaped part of the 25th floor of the building. This is one of the areas in the office building that is open to the public.


Daiba Park

Looking for a good view of the Rainbow Bridge without too much crowd? Daiba Park offers a calm atmosphere unlike most of the attractions found in Odaiba. This park is located near the DECKS Tokyo Beach and Fuji Television.

Odaiba Beach Park

An 800-meter long beach where you can just relax while you are in Odaiba. This coastal area offers a serene and calm atmosphere with its greenery and sandy beach.

Shiokaze Park

Outdoor activities like jogging, cycling, or a simple sunbathing can be enjoyed in Shikaze Park. The park offers excellent views aside from being easily accessible from Odaiba Beach Park and Higashi Hashio Park.

Aomi Minami Port Park

This park provides grassy areas where you can have a picnic or just rest. It is also well-known for its Japanese garden and fishing area with beautiful views.


Aqua City Odaiba

If you want to shop and get free wi-fi access, you can visit this Mediterranean Sea themed attraction of Odaiba, Japan. The place has shops, selling various goods, that are open until 9 in the evening.

DECKS Tokyo Beach

If you want to do more shopping, you can head to DECKS Tokyo Beach. This urban seaside mall offers a lot of shops, entertainment, and restaurants that you can visit.

VenusFort (in Palette Town)

Shopping and entertainment in one place. Shopping outlets, bowling, karaoke, arcades, and even a car theme park, you can find all of these in VenusFort.


Tokyo Joypolis

Odaiba offers an indoor amusement part with Tokyo Joypolis. It has more than 20 attractions that you can enjoy, including a haunted house and roller coaster ride.

Telecom Center Observatory

Certain parts of the building are open for the public, as the viewing area on its 21st floor. The observatory is famous for the night view it offers. From the observatory deck, you can see the famous attractions of Odaiba, Japan as well as some famous Tokyo landmarks.

The National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation

Also known as Miraikan, the museum offers an educational experience for its visitors with its up-to-date information on science and technology.

Odaiba has a lot to offer for tourists.


Statue of Liberty (Symbol Promenade Park)

How to Get to Odaiba, Japan

From Tokyo Station (by train)

Take one of the JR lines from Tokyo Station to Shimbashi Station, from there you need to walk to the Yurikamome line and ride the train going to Odaiba Beach Park Station.

From Shinagawa Station (by bus)

Experience the Odaiba Rainbow bus first-hand. You can ride the bus by getting out from JR Shinagawa Station Konan East Exit, turning right and going down the stairs that are close to Atre Shinagawa. You will find the Shinagawa Station Konan East Exit bus stop down the steps.

Take the Rinkai line if you are coming from Ikebukuro, Shinjuku, or Shibuya (by train)
It is convenient because there is no need to change trains once you ride this one. You just need to drop off at the Tokyo Teleport Station, and you will be in Odaiba, Japan. Just take note of the time for the train because it only travels three times per hour and the last outbound train from Odaiba leaves early. If you plan to enjoy the night view, you can take the train to or from Shimbashi Station.

From Asakusa (by Suijo bus or water taxi)

It is a direct line from Asakusa to Odaiba. You can enjoy the view while you are traveling to Odaiba, Japan.


Odaiba Gundam

Where to Stay in Odaiba, Japan

If you want to sleep and wake up to see this fascinating island, you can book your stay in the following hotels near the area.

Hilton Tokyo Odaiba

This hotel in Odaiba, Japan offers a great view of Tokyo Bay.

Grand Nikko Tokyo Odaiba

This grand hotel in Rinkai-Fukutoshin or Tokyo waterfront area can provide pictures of different sceneries depending on the room you book.

Tokyo Bay Ariake Washington Hotel

Located in Ariake, your stay in this hotel will be pleasant because of the ambiance it gives off. It is like having your own place near Odaiba, Japan.

Hotel Trusty Tokyo Bayside

A very fashionable hotel that can be found near the Kokusai-tenjijo-seimon Station in the Yurikamome line. Traveling to and from this hotel is convenient.

Jojoy, The Traveling Mask about to take Cebu Pacific

Jojoy, The Traveling Mask about to take Cebu Pacific

Tokyo Japan Via Cebu Pacific

Did Odaiba excite you? Then its time to plan your visit to Tokyo, Japan. Effective December 1, 2018, Cebu Pacific will be flying the Cebu-Narita (Tokyo), Japan daily.

For more visit www.cebupacificair.com

Have fun at Odaiba!

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  1. Beautiful, I just love the order and cleanliness in Japan.

  2. Wow, thank you so much for putting up a comprehensive post always. You’re my Wikipedia for travels. Thank you so much.

  3. Yay, Im so happy that you are traveling with your mask always. It’s so cute and concept just amazed me. Looking forward to see more places you are visiting along with your mask 🙂 🙂 🙂

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