Odaiba Seaside Park is part of an islet in Tokyo Bay, offering stunning views of the metropolis from its manmade beach. The park is a hotspot for seaside sports such as paddle boarding and windsurfing, and the sand and shore are great places to relax after visiting the shopping malls nearby.
Water buses from other parts of Tokyo dock here
The islet was once part of a series of forts guarding Tokyo
It can be accessible by train or water bus.
A three-minute walk from Odaiba Kaihin Koen Station or Daiba Station on the Shinkotsu Yurikamome Line. You can also get to the park directly via water bus from Asakusa and elsewhere.
This manmade seaside park is a popular attraction for both locals and tourists. While swimming is not allowed, visitors can take part in other activities such as windsurfing and paddle boarding. In addition to beautiful views of the Tokyo Bay waterfront, visitors can enjoy walks on the sandy beach and grassy lawns, and check out the view from the observation deck.
The futuristic Rainbow Bridge dominates the horizon, as does the Fuji Television building and several swanky hotels. On the 800- meter-long beach, visitors can also take part in sports such as volleyball and events such as the Odaiba Marathon. An annual event which takes place in July is the lantern festival, where the sand is spectacularly lit up.
Other notable features of the park include a replica of the Statue of Liberty and a life-sized Gundam robot. The nine-ton statue of the former is 11 meters tall. Take a watery excursion by hopping on one of the water buses that stop at the park. Several shopping complexes are right nearby, including Aqua City Odaiba, DECKS Tokyo Beach, Palette Town and DiverCity Tokyo Plaza.