Tokyo Gate Bridge
The Tokyo Gate Bridge is a bridge on the Tokyo Port Seaside Road that connects Koto Ward and Ota Ward in Tokyo. The bridge, which opened in February 2012, is 2,618m long and 87.8m high from the surface of the water to the top, and you will be amazed at its scale. It is nicknamed "Dinosaur Bridge" because the shape of the bridge looks like two dinosaurs facing each other.
Odaiba and Rinkai Area
Odaiba, whose name derives from a marine battery built at the end of the Edo period (1603-1868). As Tokyo developed, development of the waterfront area progressed, transforming the area into its current form, where entertainment facilities are concentrated on reclaimed land. In addition to playing at theme parks and shopping malls, it is a charming spot where you can enjoy various activities such as relaxing in the park and watching the night view.