Yokohama Things to Do

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  • 1. Chinatown

    North Gate of Chinatown often referred by the Japanese as Genbumon and Xianwumen by the Chinese, is often used as an exit to get to Yokohama Park and Yokohama Stadium before reaching Kannai Station....

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  • 2. Minato Mirai 21

    Minato Mirai, officially Minato Mirai 21, is the Central Business District of Yokohama. The area began development in 1983 on what was previously an industrial area. The most prominent building is the...

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  • 3. Red Brick Warehouse

    Yokohama's Red Brick Warehouse is a historic dockside warehouse that has been restored, renovated, and turned into a major shopping center. The two facilities were constructed by a Japanese company in...

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  • 4. Yamashita Park

    M.S. Hikawamaru, currently a stationary boat berthed at the Yamashita Park port area, used to be the trans-Pacific ocean liner between Yokohama and Seatle/Vancouver between 1930-41. After the second...

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  • 5. Sankeien Gardens

    An unmanned boat floating on a pond, and you see the three-tied pagoda over the hill. That's an unmistakable view of Sankeien Outer Garden. Boat is one of the major fixtures of Japanese Garden. It was...

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  • 6. Kanazawa Hakkei

    Nojima is an Island located at southernmost area of Yokohama close to Kanazawa Hakkei station of Keikyu Line. The island gives the nice backdrop for sunset view as described as one of the eight...

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  • 7. Yokohama Baybridge

    The promenade called “Sky Walk” was constructed to be a facility to command a view from Yokohama Bay Bridge. It was opened in September of 1989 together with the bridge. I was lucky to see it in...

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  • 8. Landmark Tower

    This skycrapper is with 70 stories above ground and height of 296 meters is a symbol of Yokohama and the Pride! In the 69th floor where it's the Observatory deck you can view the city and you will...

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  • 9. Yokohama Stadium and Yokohama Park

    Yokohama Park is the first western-style Park open to Japanese public in 1876. Today it is best known by Yokohama Stadium the home field of pro baseball team DeNa Baystars. The park also has a...

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  • 10. Cosmoworld

    Cosmoworld is the name of a large theme-park and recreation-area around of the giant ferris Wheel. Unfortunately its gates were locked at night and while the giant wheel might still be turning around...

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  • 11. Nippon Maru

    Nippon-Maru Memorial Park a traditional sailingship & museum is one of the attractions in the port of Yokohama. You will be able to enter the ship, see some of the cabins and learn about the ship's...

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  • 12. Kamakura, Day Trip

    Kamakura is a city of under 200,000 people, located just 30 miles from central Tokyo. From 1185 to 1333 Kamakura was the de facto capital of Japan. During this time, known as the Kamakura Period, the...

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  • 13. Osambashi Pier (Big Wharf)

    Big Pier is really huge and it takes about 5 to 10 minutes from the one edge to another. When you walk on the pier, you will feel some ups and downs on the walkway. Some people do enjoy jogging on the...

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  • 14. Old Tokaido Road

    Totsuka-juku Tip: This shrine with outstanding presence at former fifth post station of Old Tokaido Road is said to be the place the nameplace TOTSUKA derived. Today it is revered as the guardian...

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  • 15. Shinyokohama Ramen Museum

    The Shinyokohama Ramen Museum is one of the hidden gems of Yokohama. This three story museum features a small museum, gift shop, and toy race track on the first floor. The lower two floors have 9...

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  • 16. Marine Tower

    When I went to the Marine Tower it was cloudy and did not have that excellent distant views let alone Mount Fuji as the travel guides say. Yet I could get the nearby landmarks. The easiest landmarks...

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  • 17. Tsurumi

    The head temple of Soto school of Zen Buddhism is what puts Tsurumi on the map. It was originally founded at Noto area in Ishikawa Prefecture as a Shingon sect temple in 740 A.D. It was converted to...

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  • 18. Temples and Shrines

    Although most of the major attractions of Yokohama are not more than 150 years old, the town also has a lot of religious places with history hundreds of years old. With closer research, however, you...

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  • 19. Western-Style Houses at Yamate Bluff

    Yokohama was just a small fishing village until American Commodore Matthew Perry arrived in 1853, then again in 1854, with a mandate to open Japan to international trade. In 1858 Yokohama was selected...

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  • 20. Zooasia

    Opens from 9:30 am - 4:30 pm Ticket Price: 1. Adult - (18 yrs. old & above) - 600 Yen 2. High School Students - 300 Yen 3. Children (Elementary/Junior) - 200 Yen 20% discounts for group (30 persons...

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  • 21. Shop and Dine at Motomachi

    Motomachi is a famous Yokohama shopping area located between Yamate and Chinatown, south of the Central Business District. Since the opening of Japan and the arrival of Westerners in 1859, this has...

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  • 22. Harbor View Park

    Harbor View Park (港の見える丘公園, minatonomieruokakouen) is a great park in Yokohama near the historic Yakata neighborhood. This park, which opened to...

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  • 23. Hakone, Day Trip

    Although Yokohama is the capital of Kanagawa Prefecture, where the Hakone belongs, getting to Hakone from Yokohama is a bit complicated. Despite this, when you stay in Yokohama, visiting Hakone as a...

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  • 24. Tour Buses

    There is a very reasonable sort of tour bus bringing you close to most of the tourist sites, sometimes a bit crowded. The Akai Kutsu bus is a tourist spot round trip bus to the Minato Mirai 21 Area,...

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  • 25. Overview

    Yokohama's Waterfront is full of parks with views of the ports, cruise ship terminals, and the scenic waterfront of the city. From Harbor View Park to the south to Yamashita Park and Rinko Park in the...

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Most of the tourist attractions of Yokohama are located in bayside areas from Minato Mirai 21, Yamashita Park the area facing Port of Yokohama. Another popular area include Chinatown, Kannai,...

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