This station was chosen as one of Tokyo’s best 100 stations in 1998. The station name comes from Odaiba-kaihinkoen, which previously was a site for timber storage in the 1960s. The Daiba Park located close to Rainbow Bridge is known for its great cherry-blossom views in the spring.
This pattern features branches of ancient pine trees. Along with images of bamboo and plums, it has been a popular pattern used on screen papers for fusuma (sliding doors).
The image of old pine trees is also used on the background panel of Noh stage because this traditional performance was originally played under the pine trees on the ground of Kasuga Taisha Shrine.