This is the highest building in Japan, 296 m tall. From its 69th floor, the Sky Garden, you can get a wonderful view of Yokohama Bay.
Between Yamashita Park and Ishikawacho Sta. There are more than 500 Chinese restau-rants and souvenir shops. This chinatown believed to be the biggest in Japan.
One of the few silk museums in the world. Exhibits the process of silk production from silkworms to clothes as well as Japanese historical silk clothing.
A large, multipurpose commercial site incorporating an amusement facility with restaurants and movie theaters.
This is Sky Garden on the sunny day and oh......... my......... what a view.......The South East Wing.
View from Landmark Tower, if you take a clear look you will see the Fuji-san with foggy weater conditions...
Visit the viewing platform at Landmark Tower at Yokohama...
Great view over Yokohama, Tokyo's Skyline and if you have good weather conditions you even can see Fuji-san...
Go to a baseball game. A baseball game in Japan is not like a baseball game any where else. Even a high school game. Yokohama's pro team is the Base Stars.
Sankeien Gardens. Many old important buildings were relocated here in order to preserve them. There are two garens the inter and outer.
Adventure rides.. Scary Roller coaster rides and Giant wheels that give good view of the Yokohama city.