Odaiba（お台場）is an artificial man-made island located next to the Tokyo Bay. Odaiba is a large man-made island today on the Tokyo Bay, Japan, just across the Rainbow Bridge from downtown Tokyo. The Tokyo neighborhood of Odaiba is located on a large artificial island in Tokyo Bay, one of the only places in Tokyo to have access to the ocean.
- From Shinjuku Station, you can take the JR Yamanote Line to Shimbashi Station and then switch to the Yurikamome Line, which takes you directly to Daiba Station in Odaiba. The journey will take about 30 minutes, and it costs around 500 yen.
By Monorail (Yurikamome)
- The Yurikamome is an automated guideway transit service that operates from Shimbashi to Toyosu, passing through the artificial island of Odaiba. The trip from Shimbashi Station to Daiba Station takes about 15 minutes and costs 320 yen.
- The Tokyo Water Bus offers ferries from Asakusa and Hinode Pier to Odaiba Seaside Park, which can be an enjoyable way to travel. The journey takes about 50 minutes from Asakusa (1,200 yen) and 20 minutes from Hinode Pier (500 yen).
- From central Tokyo, take the Rainbow Bridge by car. This can be accessed from the Shuto Expressway No.11 Daiba Route. Tolls apply. Please note that traffic can be heavy, especially during peak hours and holidays.