Cotton Candy Skies over Odaiba

When the skies take the limelight behind Rainbow Bridge

By Vicky Amin   Jan 25, 2016 - 1 min read

The spectacular Rainbow Bridge, linking mainland Tokyo to the island of Odaiba, was built in white to match the Tokyo skyline as its background. The structure and nature sit side by side in harmony until the sun goes down, when the suspension bridge seem to be outshone by the color of twilight sky.

Watching the sunset in Odaiba was one of the most amazing things I did during my stay in Japan. The open-air square gave a boundless view of Tokyo’s waterfront and the vibrant metropolis across the bay, but the best part was when blue sky started to fade, and sweet treats of cotton candy color filled the sky.

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Vicky Amin

Vicky Amin @Vicky Amin

A traveler, budding travel writer, and amateur author. Writing is my way to redo my amazing journey all over again. I started "Cheating the World" project and with it, I've made two of my annual trips in a form of a book: "Cheating Southern Vietnam", and "Cheating Hong Kong & Macau" (still in Bahasa Indonesia, sorry...). Japan? Of course it's on top of my writing list. It was too good to not be recorded.