Rinkai Area — Around Shinkiba Station

Rinkai Area — Around Shinkiba Station

Area of JR Keiyo Line, Tokyo Metro Yurakucho Line, Rinkai Line "Shin-Kiba Station" neighborhood. Tokyo Gate Bridge opened in (2012) in 2012 is also called "dinosaur bridge" from the figure and is recommended outing spot that we can look around to Mount Fuji from the sidewalk on Tokyo Skytree (R) and seaside newly developed city center, day when it cleared. In Wakasu Seaside Park, Wakasu Park spreading through step of Tokyo Gate Bridge, it is camping and golf, leisure such as fishing and area that even family and friends, couple can enjoy in addition.

List of sightseeing theme spots

1. Shinkiba 1st RING (shinkibafasutoringu)

Sinkiba 1st RING

We open in (2004) March in 2004. With a permanent wrestling ring, numerous events take place here, including combat sports as well as professional wrestling. An entertainment facility for fans of professional wrestling, combat sports, and more.

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2. Wood & Plywood Museum (mokuzai, gohanhakubutsukan)

Wood & Plywood Museum

‘Wood and plywood for the future of our environment.’ This museum opened its doors in October 2007 (the 19th year of the Heisei period), and helps to prevent climate change and create tranquil living through the use of forest resources. Through these, the museum contributes to the building of an abundant society in which humans and nature can exist in harmony with each other.

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3. Studio Coast (sutajiokosuto)

Studio Coast

Located in Shinkiba, this is one of the most top-class and large-scale concert halls in Japan, which at weekends plays host to ageHa club events. Opened on December 31st, 2002 (the14th year of the Heisei era), this large-scale, multi-purpose auditorium is one of the most impressive in the country.

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4. Yumenoshima Kyougijyo(Yumenoshima Stadium) (yumenoshimakyogijo)

Yumenoshima Kyougijyo(Yumenoshima Stadium)

A track and field stadium managed by Koto City. It fulfills the needs of many people, being used among other things for athletics and soccer matches.

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5. Is Exhibition Hall of Daigo Fukuryu-maru (;)

Exhibition Hall of Daigo Fukuryu-maru

We display the wooden tuna boat "the fifth fortune dragon-maru" and accessories and material concerned. "The fifth fortune dragon-maru" was damaged by H-bomb test on (1954) March 1 in 1954. As well as enabling visitors to learn from a real-life wooden fishing vessel that set sail as part of the deep-sea fisheries industry, the city of Tokyo established this exhibition hall to express the wish that no further calamities should occur through the use of nuclear weapons.

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6. Yumenoshima Tropical Greenhouse Dome (yumenoshimanettaishokubutsukan)

Yumenoshima Tropical Greenhouse Dome

The Tropical Greenhouse Dome uses residual heat from the neighboring waste treatment plant, with displays of plants from the subtropical Ogasawara islands—which are part of Tokyo—to the wider tropics, in a large greenhouse that is similar to a real natural environment. Flower arrangement classes, concerts, and so on are also organized in spaces such as the Event Hall.

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7. BumB Tokyo Sports Culture Center (bumbutoukyosupotsubunkakan)

BumB Tokyo Sports Culture Center

In addition to Inside Sports facilities such as indoor pool or futsal coat, it is in Koto City oasis in culture, learning facility, compound facility which the accommodations had.

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8. Shin-Koto garbage and sewage plant (shinkoutouseisokoujo)

Shin-Koto garbage and sewage plant

This is the largest waste treatment plant in Japan, with the capacity to incinerate 1800 metric tons of waste daily. Residual heat from the plant is passed on for use by the neighboring Yumenoshima Tropical Greenhouse Dome. Members of the public in groups of nine or less can take guided tours of the facility on the 2nd and 4th Saturday afternoons of every month, while guided tours for groups of 10 or more are available on weekdays on request. (making a reservation over telephone is necessary beforehand.)

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9. Tokyo Yumenoshima Marina (toukyoyumenoshimamarina)

Tokyo Yumenoshima Marina

There is mooring space for around 660 cabin cruisers and yachts at this large-scale marina, which is one of the biggest in Japan. Among the attractions at the marina are fashionable restaurants, open terraces, and a straight, 100-meter-long promenade affording unbroken views of the cabin cruisers and yachts We hold various events through one year.

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10. Tokyo Gate Bridge (toukyogetoburijji)

Tokyo Gate Bridge

This bridge was opened in February 2012 (the 24th year of the Heisei era), and connects Wakasu in Koto City with reclaimed land outside the Central Breakwater. Because silhouette is like dinosaur facing each other, it is also called another name "dinosaur bridge" and gains popularity as new famous spot of Koto City. Visitors can appreciate the beautifully colorful nighttime illuminations, which represent Japan’s four seasons.

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11. Wakasu Seaside Park (we excite)

Wakasu Seaside Park

With an extensive site overlooking Tokyo Bay, this park has a golf course and yachting school, as well as sea fishing facilities, an artificial beach, and a cycling road. The substantial range of facilities enable both children and adults to fully enjoy a range of outdoor leisure activities while feeling the sea breeze. Wakasu Seaside Park adjoins Wakasu Park, which has a campsite, and through which visitors can head up to the Tokyo Gate Bridge walkway.

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12. Wakasu Park (excite we cannot ask)

Wakasu Park

This park features a campsite where visitors can camp for the night or barbecue during the day. If there is experienced person, campfire is done, too. As well as a campsite, the park has cycling facilities (including rental bicycles), a multi-purpose square (with a playground and wind turbines), facilities for sea fishing, and more. Also, many visitors have come to the park while making their way to and from the Tokyo Gate Bridge walkway in the time since it was opened. Together with the neighboring Wakasu Seaside Park, visitors can enjoy outdoor leisure activities all day long and to their hearts’ content.

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13. Shinkiba Park (shinkibakouen)

Shinkiba Park

■The use time: The handling of fire until 10:00 - sunset
■Regular holiday: Having no days off
■Reservation: Unnecessary
■Prices: No charge for admission
■Rental: Unavailable
■Parking: None (Please use nearby paid parking)

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14. Wakasu Wind Power Generation Facility (wakasufuuryokuhatsudenshisetsu)

Wakasu Wind Power Generation Facility

In Wakasu Park facing the sea, wind of 5.7m per second blows and is relatively suitable for wind-generated electricity. Therefore huge windmill which becomes 100m in height as symbol of environmental consideration to think about the issue of global environment turns around. Please feel for yourself the possibilities of natural energy, through observing the production of electricity by wind power.

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15. Helicopter cruising (herikoputakurujingu (toukyoheripotohatchaku))

Helicopter cruising

Here visitors can charter a helicopter, enabling them to take a sightseeing flight in the night skies above Tokyo. Panoramic views can be enjoyed from on board, starting with renowned sights such as Rainbow Bridge, Tokyo Tower, and Tokyo Skytree. Appreciate panoramic views of Tokyo at night in a form that is both fun and unique. ※Boarding of helicopter needs advance reservations.

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16. Yumenoshima Park (we cannot ask for island of dream)

Yumenoshima Park

■The use time: From 10:00 to 16:00
■Regular holiday: From December 29 to January 3
■Reservation: Reservation required
■Prices: Free of charge
■Rental: Unavailable
■Parking: Available (100 pay two hours 300 yen after that hourly 100 yen)

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17. Wakasu Seaside Park Yacht Training Area (wakasukaihinkouenyottokunrenjo)

Wakasu Seaside Park Yacht Training Area

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18. Tokyo Yumenoshima Marina (toukyoyumenoshimamarina)

Tokyo Yumenoshima Marina

With its large parking lot, conference rooms, wharfs, green spaces, restaurants, and so on, this marina enables a diverse range of shots when location filming, and has been used for various TV dramas, including ‘Yamanadeshiko’, ‘Perfect Blue’, and ‘Summer Rescue’. Even TV variety shows such as ‘Guruguru Ninety-Nine’ and ‘Uchimura Samaazu’ have used the facilities here as a main location for filming projects. This is one of the largest scale marinas in Tokyo Bay, with mooring space for around 660 cabin cruisers and yachts, and it often plays host to location filming for scenes involving boats. Fashionable party scenes are also filmed at its restaurants and terraces, which afford unbroken views of the 100-meter-plus promenade and the yacht harbor.

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19. Tokyo Gate Bridge (toukyogetoburijji)

Tokyo Gate Bridge

This bridge was opened in February 2012 (the 24th year of the Heisei era), and connects Wakasu in Koto City with reclaimed land outside the Central Breakwater. Because silhouette is like dinosaur facing each other, it is also called another name "dinosaur bridge" and gains popularity as new famous spot of Koto City. Visitors can appreciate the beautifully colorful nighttime illuminations, which represent Japan’s four seasons.

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20. Helicopter cruising (herikoputakurujingu (toukyoheripotohatchaku))

Helicopter cruising

Here visitors can charter a helicopter, enabling them to take a sightseeing flight in the night skies above Tokyo. Panoramic views can be enjoyed from on board, starting with renowned sights such as Rainbow Bridge, Tokyo Tower, and Tokyo Skytree. Appreciate panoramic views of Tokyo at night in a form that is both fun and unique. ※Boarding of helicopter needs advance reservations.

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