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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...More
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...More
Queen's Tower and Square is side by side with the Landmark Building, so between the 2 there is an enormous amount of shopping and eating to do. Hard Rock is in Queen's Tower just as you leave Landmark. The stores range for luxury to inexpensive...More
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...More
The mall is quite big and has many levels to it. It is broken down into 5 (I believe) sections. It can all be a bit confusing due to it's layout. It's also attached to a hotel and office building. It was walking distance from...More
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.
Has a few shops and several places to eat.
Some days there are shows going on or small stands set up.
Could use more air conditioning.
Does have a train station downstairs.
Easy to get a little lost in.