Yokohama is on the western coast of Tokyo Bay directly south of Tokyo. Yokohama is effectively part of greater Tokyo area. Yokohama attractions include Yokohama Landmark Tower, Yokohama Marine Tower, Yokohama Port Museum and Shin-Yokohama Raumen Museum.


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  • CupNoodles Museum

    CupNoodles Museum is as much a cup noodle restauant as it is a museum displaying the history and development of the cup noodle. The restauant part of the museum offers a wide range of soups and ingredients where you can create your own cup noodle experience. In the museum part you can learn about the read more

  • Daimaru Department Store Yokohama

    Daimaru Department Store Yokohama is one of the Daimaru Department stores found throughout Japan. Daimaru has a history going all the way back to Dia-Monjiya Store in Kyoto which opened in 1717. Today the Diamaru Department Store chain is part of the Daimaru Matsuzakaya Department Stores group, with many of the Diamaru Stores in the read more

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    Hikawa Maru

    You will see a large ship mooring in the port in Yamashita Koen Park. It is Hikawa Maru, which started its service as a passenger ship for Japan-Seattle line in 1930. During the WWII, she was sent to Seattle to evacuate Japanese nationals then was fitted as a navy hospital ship. Its first-class cabins attracted read more

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    Minato Mirai 21

    Minato Mirai 21, literally means ‘harbor future 21’, is a large urban development built on reclaimed land on Yokohama Port in 1983. Minato Mirai 21 features Yokohama Landmark Tower, Yokohama Cosmo World, Queen’s Square Yokohama, Nippon Maru and high-rise distinctive hotels.


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