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Takeshiba Wharf Park, Minato

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#89 of 254 in Parks in Tokyo
Pier / Boardwalk Nature / Park
Takeshiba Wharf Park is located in Minato. A visit to Takeshiba Wharf Park represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Tokyo vacation route planner to plot your vacation.
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  • Takeshiba Pier Park is a good stroll away from JR/mono rail Hamamatsu Cho station. During the day, you can see Tokyo Bay's open space with pleasant breeze. This is a little port for boats leaving for ...  more »
  • On a boat parked in front of the river looks to Odaiba. Sea Breeze is blowing strongly, but the evening is romantic. See both sky and Tokyo Tower.
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  • It is the starting point for ferries to the Izu seven islands and Ogasawara. But linger by the sea, even if the ship is a very good thing. Because good transport connections, there is also a little restaurant and good fun.
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