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EDGY Outdoor Pint: Odaiba Seaside Park

by Hiroki Yanagisawa on May 9, 2010 11:35 PM


Japan Summer = Outdoor Drinking

How do you define the beginning of summer? What kind of "index" or "barometer" do you use to officially declare yourself, "Oh finally, the summer!"?

Is it the amount of sweat you accumulate while you're sleeping? (Hard to measure qualitatively though.) Or a surprisingly expensive electricity bill because of an excessive use of A/C?

Here's EDGY JAPAN's definition -- "A frequency of comfortable outdoor drinking." Japan is one of the countries where an open-container in public is allowed, (Even stores on a train platform serve the cold one.) and there're many great locations to enjoy the treat.

From now on, EDGY JAPAN will cover several locations in Japan where such deeds are perfectly suitable -- the edgy experiences you can only have in Japan.

Odaiba Kaihin Koen Park (Odaiba Seaside Park)

If you look at a guidebook on Japan or Tokyo, Odaiba is usually referred as a shopping town. EDGY JAPAN totally agrees with this remark, but drinking at an artificially made beach is one of the not-to-be-missed attractions.

Front -- stunning view of Rainbow Bridge.



Back: Odaiba's crazy looking architecture, including Fuji Television's headquarter and ferris wheel on Palette Town.


Maruetsu supermarket, located right next to Odaiba Kaihin Koen Station supplies selections of beer, shochu, sake, wine, etc. Open until 2200.

Many available along the beach. Clean.

5 minutes walk from Odaiba Kaihin Koen Station, Yurikamome Line
10 minutes walk from Tokyo Teleport Station, Rinkai Line

Other EDGY Outdoor Pint Spots, introduced in the past:
Harumi Triton Square

EDGY JAPAN conducts EDGY drinking tour. (Hitting many edgy locations/bars, accompanied with great treats.) If you are interested contact us.

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