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Queen's Square Yokohama

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Queen's Square Yokohama

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2-3, Minatomirai, Nishi, Yokohama 220-0012 Kanagawa Prefecture
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Must See Yokohama With A Local: Private & Personalized
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Must See Yokohama With A Local: Private & Personalized

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You couldn't see everything Yokohama has to offer in one day but with one of our hosts by your side, you can tap into its essence and see what makes it so special. From old temples nestled in dense bamboo groves and expansive gardens framed by vast mountains and scenic harbors to neon-lit streets flanked with trendy shops and bustling, colorful markets, there is something for everyone here. You could stroll along Ōsanbashi Pier, navigate the tangled alleyways of Yokohama Chinatown or zen out at the Hokokuji temple- this day is all about you. <br><br>Within 24 hours after booking you'll receive a short questionnaire about your personality and interests. Based on your responses, you'll be assigned a like-minded host. Your host will communicate with you directly to suggest an itinerary to help you discover what makes the city unique. You will also agree on a meeting time and place. Your itinerary is flexible, so during the experience, you can always change your mind about your way.
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Zachary H wrote a review Jul 2020
Tokyo, Japan4,025 contributions247 helpful votes
We were really impressed with this shopping mall. Being from Tokyo, we found the mall to be extremely spacious. There are also tons of good stores and restaurants throughout. Definitely worth a visit!
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Angela K wrote a review Oct 2019
25 contributions9 helpful votes
We arrived here by accident one day. Its huge, with several tower blocks and shops and restaurants on all floors. Although we didn't buy anything I suspect whatever you want you could find it somewhere her (as long as you managed to navigate around because its so big). I found it a bit overwhelming - I'm not used to 7 floors of shops! There are directions to the local train station and you can get there directly by walking through one of the shopping areas (again a bit confusing as I expected this to be on ground level but it was accessed via the level 3 shops)
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Date of experience: October 2019
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BCruick wrote a review Oct 2019
Scotland, United Kingdom170 contributions62 helpful votes
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 .
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Date of experience: October 2019
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MatthewASharp wrote a review Aug 2019
Torquay, United Kingdom1,883 contributions214 helpful votes
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.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Nathan Smith Jr wrote a review Aug 2019
Tokyo, Japan583 contributions99 helpful votes
This is a gem in that it's a place where there's mainly locals, which is hard to find these days in Japan. Great shopping stores and tonnes of eateries, most notably the Hard Rock Cafe. Really recommend it.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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