“Odaiba” is a tourist spot which located in Tokyo , and there was a important spot of Japanese history.
“O” expresses respect for shogun. “Dai” means the base of cannons and “ba” means spot. In 1953, Perry metthew, American admiral, came to Japan and asserted Japanese government to open trade with his nation. “Odaiba” was prepared in order to battle with black ships of Perry. After all, however, “Odaiba” was not utilized for war.
“Odaiba” was reformed into a tourist spot and visitor enjoyed shopping and beautiful view of “Rainbow bridge” above the base of cannon.
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