Catching the summer wind, we will be enjoy Tokyo waterside walking. Odaiba and Shinagawa, Shibaura, Shiodome, Tsukiji and
Kachidoki give way to the flock of skyscrpers in Tokyobay.Then the dapper looking tower appears before the eyes.
The Kanda River runs under the bridge, and trains come and go every minute at the station located at its foot. Trees along the river reach out
with full branches and leaves during this season, giving pause to admire a beautiful sight.
4 Surugadai, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
Within walking distance from Ochanomizu subway station on the Marunouchi Line
HIJIRI-BASHI is a white arch bridge that stands above Ochanomizu station.
The railroad tracks for the JR Line, which run along Kandagawa, are dotted with sites typical of waterside spots. One of them is the fishing
pond in front of Ichigaya train station.
FISHING POND ICHIGAYA
1-1 Ichigaya Tamachi, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
By subway on the Yurakucho Line or by rail on JR Lines to Ichigaya Station
The Tokyo Gate Bridge, also called Kyoryu-bashi (the Dinosaur Bridge), is a new coastal attraction that opened in February 2012.
TOKYO GATE BRIDGE
Wakasu, koto-ku Tokyo
Shinkiba subway station on the Yurakucho Line, then by bus to Wakasu Camp.
The bridge looks like a dinosaur and its offspring facing each other from this angle as can be seen from a boat cruise of Tokyo
Harbor cruises leave from Hinode Pier, Odaiba Seaside Park, and Toyosu. The northerly route up the Sumidagawa destined for the Skytree is
2-7-104 Kaigan, Minato-ku, Tokyo
10-minute walk from Hinode subway station on the Yurikamome
Passengers on board click away their cameras at the new Tokyo landmark tin an effort to capture its remembrance on film.
This information was written in July 2015.
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