Queen's Square Yokohama

Queen's Square Yokohama, Minatomirai: Hours, Address, Queen's Square Yokohama Reviews: 4/5

Queen's Square Yokohama
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BCruick
Scotland, UK169 contributions
Couples
Whilst we enjoyed lots of Japanese food, we required a quick bite after a busy day and we decided to try macDonalds There is no vegetarian burger and the menu had a few different choices but it also includes delicious ice cream waffle cones for approx £1.50. Given that in the tourist areas an ice cream cone cost anything from £5-£9 it was a great find .

Service was excellent , English menu available. Great value .
Written October 16, 2019
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MatthewASharp
Plymouth, UK1,890 contributions
A diverse area of Yokohama to visit and shop.

Quite literally the Landmark Tower and Plaza is the focus.

Yokohama Landmark Tower is a 70-floor tower in the Minato Mirai district of the city of Yokohama, on the edge of Yokohama Port.

This sturdy-looking skyscraper with its distinctive corner posts and flared base was completed in 1993, and dominates and defines the Minato Mirai skyline.

Yokohama Landmark Tower has three main attractions for the visitor: a Sky Garden observatory on the 69th floor, the five-star Yokohama Royal Park Hotel occupying the 49th to 70th floors, and the adjoining Yokohama Landmark Plaza full of shopping and dining.

The Sky Garden observatory on the 69F has the Sky Café (10 am - 9 pm, or until 10 pm on Saturdays) and the Tower Shop which sells Landmark Tower paraphernalia. The Sky Garden offers a panoramic view of Yokohama, and even of Mt. Fuji on clear days. Access is for 1,000 yen per person up the fastest elevators in Japan.

It's easy to walk to yet the Metro it uses still bemuses me after multiple attempts to navigate it.

Like a review before their HRC is a great selling point but I feel the shop is quite small although their staff are helpful.

But what most people wanna see and photograph is the Moku Moku Waku Waku Yokohama Yo Yo, metal sculpture by Japanese artist Hisayuki Mogami.

Written August 7, 2019
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L2493JKkeithb
Johannesburg, South Africa24 contributions
Business
The Shopping Mall is very large with many floors, each floor has various stores, loads of eating places to choose and loads of Shopping from International clothing to Japanese brands too. The mall has a Train Subway which is very cool as the price for train ticket is cheap for travel to Work and back, including travel to various destinations to Tokyo as well for Holiday and sight seeing. The Mall is situated near the Bay/Harbor and all the convention and exhibition centers as well. Lots of entertainment for young and old. I love this place, as all the people here are friendly and very warm welcome to Japan. I rate this place 10/10
Written March 19, 2019
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OcalaTraveler2011
Ocala, FL478 contributions
Couples
We were visiting Yokohama from a cruise ship and didn't have a tour booked so we took the shuttle bus into town. We were dropped off outside the malls. We went inside and shopped for a couple of things we needed, which we had forgotten to pack. We were not used to multi-story malls and found this place a bit overwhelming. It was a Tuesday, and surprising to me, the malls were quite crowded with shoppers.
We picked up a couple of things, but were unable to find other necessities. It was an experience nonetheless.
Written January 12, 2019
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LisaGordonSimons
Long Jetty, Australia654 contributions
Business
This is part of a complex that runs along the inner part of the Port of Yokohama from the Minatomirai Station (note that this is a private line, catch the train from Yokohama Station proper - and you can't use your normal day ticket). It is a huge and in parts, cavernous (but very well kept place) full of eateries, hotel exits, shops etc). If one manages not to get lost, you will pop out near the Yokohama Cosmo world and a little further past there along the water front (inside of Port of Yokohama) up to the actual Port. Interesting area and a good half day trip for something different to do.
Written July 14, 2014
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Della G
Coquitlam, Canada808 contributions
Friends
The only reason I ended up at this mall was because of the Hard Rock Cafe located within. Mission accomplished. The mall is huge as it continues on to the next tower. Stores are interesting but the most interesting of all was the different eateries available and offering unique dining experiences that does not break your pocket book. It has quite an international appeal and you do not have to stick to the traditional Japanese fare. Always love exploring different malls in different countries. Great place to people watch!
Written May 25, 2019
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HKeater
Hong Kong, China30,773 contributions
Family
Landmark mall of modern Yokohama. Built hand in hand together with the subway station by the architects of Tokyo Skytree.

Many swank eateries and boutiques. On the doorstep of the waterfront if you want some outdoor action.
Written August 31, 2018
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rokasanda
Metro Manila, Philippines320 contributions
Business
When staying at 3 nearby hotels, Queens Square can be the center of your life as it has everything you need. Restaurants, a food court if your on a budget, high end shops, cheaper shops, disney and snoopy store for kids, pharmacy, sports store (actually two), and a train station. Seriously, you can stay here the whole day if it's raining outside. And if you here for more than a week? there's two other malls right next door!
Written April 29, 2017
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Mark Marshall
Gulfport, Mississippi, United States18 contributions
Business
Just can't beat this place. Restaurants, Department Stores, a Train Station on the lower level. A Hard Rock Cafe, Starbucks, McDonalds, Grocery and convenience stores. Huge and expansive and often with entertainment.
Written March 19, 2017
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MichaelTaipei
Taipei201 contributions
Solo
I have lived in Yokohama some two and a half years,but sadly I must leave on September 2.

Yokohama is a truly fine city with 'a big village ' feel.There are so many things to do and see here, fine parks,wonderful train (JR line) and subway systems along with good buses.

It is clean here,safe and I have never witnessed any acts of untoward behaviour during my time here.

Children can be children,some ladies of all ages wear kimonos on the weekend and on special occasions it is a joy to see so many ladies embrace the Japanese culture.Sometimes you see guys wearing the male equivalent.

The choice of places to eat is outstanding with someting to suit all tastes.A city to be truly proud of! A real credit to Japan.Chinatown is outstanding

I will miss Yokohama,like I have never missed anywhere before.

Thank you Yokohama for some great times and indelible memories!
Written August 25, 2014
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