About the Bridge Leading to Odaiba IslandThere is no distinction between the Rainbow Bridge and other bridges around the world. But one fact makes this bridge, which leads to the island of Odaiba, meaningful for tourists in the capital of Japan. The Rainbow Bridge offers stunning Tokyo skyline views.
Just as beautiful, photograph the bridge from the Odaiba promenade, from the area of the replica of the American Statue of Liberty, along with the beautiful city.
In any case, this is a charming observation point on one of the largest and most impressive cities in the world. From the bridge you can take great pictures of this modern city.
Rainbow Bridge, is a suspension bridge reminiscent of some of the bridges of New York. It crosses the north of Tokyo Bay, between the areas of Shibaura in Minato and the artificial island of Odaiba.
The length of the bridge, is 798 meters. Construction began in 1987 and was completed in 1993. The name "Rainbow Bridge" was given to it by the city's residents, because of the colorful lights in which it is lit every night. These are created from combinations of solar lights that are changed during the day and made light at night, in red, green and white. By the way, remembering its official name will be almost impossible. It is something like "the connecting bridge of the Tokyo port, the 11 Daiba axis of the Shoto highway" …
TipsYou can reach the bridge by foot from Tamachi Station or via Shibuya-photo (Yurikamome Station).