Yokohama Minatomirai Manyo Club

2-7-1 Nakaku Shinko, Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture, 231-0001, Japan
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Hotels near the Yokohama Train Station

by sunnysam

Hello to my Yokohama friends-
Wanted to find out if anyone has recommendations for hotels near the train station (10 min. by cab. Only requirement is private bathrooms.
Thank you!

RE: Hotels near the Yokohama Train Station

by shi612

Here are the hotels you can stay at <10,000 yen near Yokohama station. Both are within walking distance:

Toyoko Inn Yokohama Nishiguchi
1-6-7-15 Sengencho, Nishi-ku, Yokohama
045-313-1045
http://www.toyoko-inn.com/e_hotel/00008/index.html

Hotel Cosmo Yokohama
9-1 Kitasaiwai 2 chome, Nishi-ku, Yokohama
http://www.hotel-cosmo.co.jp/eng/guide/f-cont.html

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The first thing that you'll...

by yen_2


The first thing that you'll going to miss is the people itself because they are very respectfull, cheerful and deciplined. And the beautiful spots and places.

Note:
You should visit the 'Land Mark Tower, since it's the tallest building in Japan & the worlds fastest elevator, you have to scan it in the Worlds Guinness Book and Try to visit the 'China Town'.

< The World Largest, Bustling...

by o00o

< The World Largest, Bustling Chinatown >

Yokohama Chinatown occupies an area of approximately 300 meters (984 feet) square in the old downtown area of Yokohama. Apart from Nagasaki, which was the only port open to international trade during Japan's national seclusion in the Edo period (1603-1868) that lasted from around the mid-17th century for a little over 200 years, Yokohama was the first port to be opened in 1859 after Japan ended its seclusion. Thereafter, and until the Great Kanto Earthquake in 1923, Yokohama was the gateway to Japan, proudly ranking as the country's largest port. Shortly after Yokohama became an open port, numerous Chinese merchants came to Japan to operate trading companies. Engaging primarily in the trade of marine products, they played an important role in the foreign trade that was taking place in Yokohama until the 1920s.

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Address: 2-7-1 Nakaku Shinko, Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture, 231-0001, Japan