Explore Odaiba and Encounter Harmony
Leisurely Stroll Course
Odaiba has the image of being rich in commercial facilities and entertainment spots aimed at young people.
However, there are also places where you can take a leisurely stroll and enjoy the scenery.
Why not forget the hustle and bustle of the city and enjoy the spectacular view of the waterfront?
Spots where you can enjoy "ships" and this "port "town" to the fullest
Aomi Kita Port Park
Antarctic research ship "SOYA"
Aomi Kita Port Park adjacent to the Museum of Maritime Science and Aomi Passenger Ship Terminal.
Japan's first Antarctic research ship "SOYA", familar from the movie ANTARCTICA is docked here.
The passageway is paved with bricks, and you can enjoy the atmosphere of a port town.
TOKYO INTERNATIONAL CRUISE TERMINAL
The TOKYO INTERNATIONAL CRUISE TERMINAL was opened in September 2020 as a new gateway to the capital.
In addition to its role as a passenger terminal for international cruise lines, it is also used as a venue for holding events.
On the ocean side, there are huge container ships and gantry cranes, while on the landward side, there is a walking area where you can enjoy Japanese style gardens.
Aomi Minami Terminal Park
Panoramic view & Japanese style garden
Aomi Minami Terminal Park is located in an L-shape, along the shipping channel of Tokyo Port, jutting out from the landward side.
The seafront overlooks the Tokyo Bay, where you can see huge container ships and gantry cranes up close.
The area on the land side is a Japanese-style garden, and this is a place of relaxation where you can enjoy the corridor surrounded by forest trees and the flowing water with natural stones.
Fountain in the park
There is a fountain in the park where people enjoy playing in the water during the summer months.
There is an observation deck that offers a panoramic view of Tokyo Bay from a height of 99m above the ground, which is certified as A NIGHT VIEW HERITAGE OF JAPAN.
Telecom Center Observatory
A hole-in-the-wall night view spot
The Telecom Center Building is shaped like the Arc de Triomphe.
The top floor, the 21st floor, is a corridor-style observation deck, offering a panoramic view of Tokyo Bay.
This is an area, away from the crowds, where you can relax and enjoy the scenery.
You can enjoy the night view of the bay area, recognized as A NIGHT VIEW HERITAGE OF JAPAN, including Tokyo Tower and Rainbow Bridge.