The Rainbow Bridge, which connects the continent to Odaiba's artificial islet, is also a night-time tourist destination. The building, which was built in the 1990s, has allowed this portion of Tokyo Bay to thrive and is encircled by top tourist spots. The bridge's supporting pillars were painted white, but in December they are picked up in rainbow colours at night, giving the bridge its nickname — it's formally recognized as the Tokyo Bay Connector Bridge. Solar panels weigh the lamps up throughout the day.
Even when illuminated in periodic lamps during the remainder of the year, the bridge and its views are quite lovely. The bridge is accessible on foot from Odaiba-Kaihinkoen and Shibaura-Futo stations, or by taxi.
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