Kaihin Park in Odaiba is a seaside park which features one of two beaches in mainland Tokyo, but swimming is not recommended as the water is rather polluted. Along the beach Read more [...]
Odaiba is a large artificial island in Tokyo which features many attractions including shopping centres, museums, sports facilities and office buildings. Odaiba also features the very distinctive Fuji TV Studios Building.
Odaiba has many attractions and you could easily spend a couple of days exploring them. Odaiba is sometimes also referred to as Daiba and this becomes a liitle confusing, but they actually mean slightly different things. Odaiba is not a formal name, but normally refers to the whole of the artificial island in Tokyo Bay, which is joined to the main land by the famous Rainbow Bridge. Odaiba is actually made of four districts from three different wards: Aomi (Koto Ward) makes up the southern and western parts, Ariake (Koto Ward) makes up the northern part, Daiba (Minato Ward) includes the north eastern water front section and Higashi-Yashio (Shinagawa Ward) makes up a very small section at the very north western end.