Tokyo Museum of Maritime Science

Name: Tokyo Museum of Maritime Science

Kind: Museum

Free Wifi: Yes

Location: 35°37’12.53″ N 139°46’20.33″ E

Stations: Odaiba Station, Yurikamome Line.

Worth it? Yep.

Our Rating: ⭑⭑⭑

Updated 10/10/2021


Also see our other posts on Odaiba, and Toyosu. If you want to see the area just across the bay to the north, and how to get the Yurikamome Line, see our post Shiodomé Superguide.

Sitting just at the northwest end of Odaiba Island in Tokyo Bay is a huge maritime museum called the Tokyo Museum of Maritime Science. It’s a huge building shaped like a ship.

There are all kinds of exhibits inside, as well as a number of large ships around the outside you can see. The museum also has a large parking lot and gardens.

Shiokaze Park

Just to the north of the museum is the very large and nice Shiokaze Park. This park was the volleyball venue for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics (which were delayed to 2021 because of COVID). There are also 2 large hotels just to the northeast, and northeast of those are the Fuji TV complex where you can take tours of the TV studios. All are within a few miles’ walk.

All-in-all, the Tokyo Museum of Maritime Science is well worth a look. There are other stops of interest on the Yurikamome Line as well so if you have extra time, be sure to check them out.


You can also cruise over to Toyosu island on Yurikamome, if you have time.

Diver City

Just to the northeast of the park is the large Diver City complex. There is a giant Mobile Suit Gundam statue here. Diver City is a multi-use mall with lots to see and do. If you have extra time, walk on up and check it out.

The museum is closed on Mondays, except on Mondays falling on a national holiday.



Museum of Maritime Science | JNTO

Museum of Maritime Science | Tokyo Cheapo


Shiokaze Park

Name: Shiokaze Park

Kind: Public Park

Free Wifi: Unknown

Location: 35°37’26.66″ N 139°46’09.86″ E

Stations: Odaiba Station, Fune-no-kagakukan Station, Yurikamome Line, Tokyo Teleport Station, Tokyo Rinkai Line.

Worth it? Yep.

Our Rating: ⭑⭑⭑

Updated 10/10/2021


Also see our other post on the Tokyo Museum of Maritime Science just to the south.

Shiokaze Park (literally “Tide Park”) is a large park on the northwest corner of the man-made island in Tokyo Bay known as Odaiba. It’s the first stop on the Yurikamome Line which you can get from Shimbashi, or Shiodome. We also have a post on Odaiba itself:

Odaiba: Seaside Playground

The park is quite large with walking paths, all kinds of trees, and a large beachfront area. In the center is the new volleyball arena built in 2019 for the 2020 Olympic Games. There are 2 large hotels just to the northeast.

To get to Shiokaze Park, take the Yurikamome Line from either Shiodome, or Shimbashi, and get off at Odaiba Station.

Shiokaze Park is a nice little park for a quick visit and is worth a look.



Shiokaze Park – Wikipedia

Shiokaze Park | Tokyo Cheapo

Shiokaze Park “Minato Oasis Yuu” | IWAKUNI

Shiokaze Park

2020 Olympic Games: Shiokaze Park – Japan Travel

Odaiba, City From the Future – Japan Travel

Tokyo 2020 Venue Guide: Tokyo Bay Zone Venues

Wi-Fi spot list | TOKYO FREE Wi-Fi