So named because of its colorful lights, Rainbow Bridge spans the bay from Shibaura Wharf to Odaiba, one of Tokyo's premier ... More
So named because of its colorful lights, Rainbow Bridge spans the bay from Shibaura Wharf to Odaiba, one of Tokyo's premier wining and dining areas. Comprising eight traffic lanes and two railways, the bridge also has a pedestrian walkway and observation towers. Opened in 1993, the suspension bridge is 918 meters long with a distance of 570 meters between the two towers. Another way to see this spectacular bridge would be to travel over it on the Yurikamome monorail line departing from Shimbashi or take a cruise boat upriver from Hinode Pier to Asakusa.
Rainbow Bridge is not worth a day trip. It is better to be seen from the observation tower at Tokyo Tower rather than the subway journey all the way to Shinjuko. It is a must for all the archetech* people out there but its just a bridge, and is better to been seen at night from the Tower as its all lit up.
Various travel modes are displayed, including steam locomotives, bicycles, and even a mock up of a Japan Air Lines passenger
cabin. Children will enjoy the experience of being a "conductor" on Japan Railways' Yamanote circle route. Horse drawn carriages, ...
Founded in 1926, the Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum displays a wide range of Japanese art forms in its six huge
galleries. Apart from organizing exhibitions of traditional Japanese crafts, graphic design, and calligraphy by contemporary Japanese artists, the museum ...
The Tokyo National Museum displays sculptures, paintings, calligraphy, archaeological objects, and other decorative arts. Broadly divided into Japanese, Chinese, and
Korean forms, the museum's collections are nothing if not an artistic preservation of Asian history and culture. Exhibitions, lectures, ...