Drinking & Dining
With its proximity to central Tokyo and convenient access to Odaiba and Tokyo Disneyland, Tennozu Isle is the perfect place to spend a half or full day exploring the modern side of Tokyo, with repurposed warehouses, shops, galleries, hip cafés, restaurants, street art and enticing creative spaces.
Archi-Depot, a museum displaying small-scale architectural models, and Pigment, an art shop and atelier next door, are just some of the delightful places to roam on Tennozu. Terrada Art Complex, attracting a lot of attention from modern art fans, is a functioning warehouse with galleries on the third floor, exhibiting the works of lesser-known Asian artists. After taking in the art and design, stroll the boardwalks of Sea Fort Square for ocean views or stop for a bite to eat at one of the many restaurants.
To get to the island take a short bus ride from Shinagawa Station (or walk 20 minutes), or take the Tokyo Monorail: one stop from Hamamatsucho Station. The Rinkai Line also goes through Tennozu Isle, eight minutes from Osaki Station, connecting to the JR Yamanote Line.