When in Japan, make sure to stop by the Rainbow Bridge in Tokyo, an icon in the city. Here’s some more information for you.
The Rainbow Bridge is a type of suspension bridge that crosses the northern Tokyo Bay and connects the Shibaura Pier. This bridge is also known as ‘Reinbo burijji’ in Japanese, there are many uses for this bridge.
The Rainbow Bridge was constructed by the Kawasaki Heavy Industries and the construction of the bridge began in 1987 and went on till 1993, 6 years in total. In terms of dimensions, the bridge is 798 metres long and 49 metres wide. The bridge is also a two-storey bridge that opened on the 27th of August in the year 1993.
The bridge has a number of uses that just connecting Odaiba from the rest of Tokyo. The bridge serves as a support for a regular road, an expressway, the Yurikamome train line and pedestrian walkways on either side of the bridge. The bridge is also a great tourist destination, therefore make sure you visit during your stay at any luxury serviced apartment in Tokyo, the likes of Ascott Marunouchi Tokyo.
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