Outline of the project
The bridge was constructed to disperse traffic from the Chiba and Kanagawa areas to the city center, to relieve chronic traffic congestion at the Hakozaki and Edobashi junctions and the Metropolitan Expressway No. 1 Haneda Line, and to connect the Tokyo waterfront subcenter, which was under development, with the existing city center. The bridge consists of a 1465m approach section on the Shibaura side (439m land section + 1026m marine loop section) + 918m suspension bridge section + 1367m approach section on the Daiba side (905m marine section + 462m land section). The Rainbow Bridge is often referred to as the Rainbow Bridge.
It is a popular weekend driving course because of its excellent views of the ocean and buildings, and night views.
Signs at junction junctions near the Ariake Junction and other junctions emphasize the branch for the Rainbow Bridge.
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Not surprisingly, this famous Tokyo landmark can be crossed on foot.
Benches are set up along the 1.7-kilometer walk, so you can take a break along the way and watch the city of Tokyo and the boats go by. The view is especially great after dark.
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“Rainbow Bridge Promenade” is free of charge.
Summer: April to October: 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. (last entry time: 20:30)
Winter: November to March: 10:00-18:00 (last entry time 17:30)
Closed on the 3rd Monday
There are two entrances, Shibaura Futo Station side and Daiba side of Yurikamame Line.
The distance is about 1.7km, so you can walk without difficulty.
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