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Yokohama Private Full Day Tour
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Yokohama Private Full Day Tour

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The Yokohama Private Full Day Tour will visit some of the most interesting and historic locations in Yokohama that includes some major attractions and some local spots. Learn what makes Yokohama, Japan’s second largest city after Tokyo, so fascinating.
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OZS_ATW wrote a review Jul 2020
Budapest, Hungary1,637 contribution463 helpful votes
I had a chance to pop in. It was interesting but did not have much time. Nice area with a lot of concrete!
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Date of experience: October 2019
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badmintontim wrote a review May 2019
Hastings, United Kingdom4,446 contributions1,358 helpful vote
This is a great area that shows what the past use of the dry dock used to be and one which has been kept to show and reflect the local maritime heritage. The lower area has a number of restaurants etc for one to go down into and above ground this is very near the Hard Rock Cafe. Worth a look.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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Jonas F wrote a review Mar 2017
Lemoore, California65 contributions5 helpful votes
Interesting visit while touring Yokohama. Not much to see during early spring but when the cherry blossoms are out you will see amazing trees all around. Also hidden on the walls of the dockyard are stores, restaurants/bars. There is a must see world beer museum if you are dying to try something new. Must enjoy with teens and peers.
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Date of experience: March 2017
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Ferdinand del Toro wrote a review Jul 2016
Little Rock, Arkansas2,826 contributions228 helpful votes
This place is designed to replicate the dry dock across the street that is now home to the Nippon Maru. This one doesn't have water in it and you can see how the real one works. They show some movies in here during certain times of the year, too. Seems popular. Some cool restaurants down here, too. Once you get into the bottom, you see the entry ways to the restaurants.
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Date of experience: May 2016
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Thanh Tung Vo wrote a review Jun 2016
Seoul, South Korea101 contributions10 helpful votes
I came here to watch movie 3D, i am not sure how often the film has showed in here but almost night i think :) from here you can to some restaurants nearly.
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Date of experience: June 2016
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