Odaiba Beach is more of an entertainment island, rather than a beach. It is actually part of Kaihinkohen, which is the seaside park. It’s a large area of land located near the dike and below the piers. The 800-meter long stretch of beach is man-made and extremely urban. The surrounding landscape is mostly concrete except for the greenery after which the park is named. Bathing and fishing are forbidden because the water quality does not reach the levels required for bathing. Therefore, the area is mostly used for walking and relaxing. In July, there are many matsuri (festivals) hosted on the beach, such as the lantern and firework festivals.