Rainbow Bridge

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The Rainbow Bridge (レインボーブリッジ, Reinbōburijji) built in 1993, is a 800 meter long suspension bridge which links Tokyo with the man-made waterfront Odaiba. You can walk across the bridge, however cycling is forbidden. The lights of the bridge change depending on special occasions and the rainbow colors appear during holiday season.

Overview

Address

3-33-19 Kaigan, Minato, Tokyo, Japan (Directions)

Accessibility

  • Barrier-free access

Access

Shibaura-futo Station on the Tokyo side, Odaiba-kaihinkoen Station on the Odaiba side (both Yurikamome Line)

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