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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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TassieTripping wrote a review Aug 2020
Hobart, Australia546 contributions51 helpful votes
A very attractive American Victorian style home overlooking the lovely formal Yamate Italian Garden. The house and grounds are free to enter. Built in 1910, it was moved from Shibuya to its current location late last century.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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CharlieV2011 wrote a review Nov 2019
Chicago, Illinois1,466 contributions203 helpful votes
In the US, I love visiting historic homes, including Victorian homes. This home is free to visit, and the visit is done at your own pace. The inside is beautifully designed and with a great imagination, one can picture what life was like in the house several decades ago. I wish there was a little more info on the house and the life of the occupants in English, but that’s nothing a few internet searches cant fix. The surrounding neighborhood and gardens are also beautiful.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Electroburger wrote a review Dec 2018
Europe406 contributions175 helpful votes
In the early 1970s, this property used to be US Navy housing. Houses were razed around 1972. Very nice to walk around the garden, good to see that the property has been beautifully developed.
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Date of experience: November 2018
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buddyrogers32 wrote a review Jun 2018
Melbourne, Australia80 contributions53 helpful votes
After catching two trains from Tokyo we ended up down at Ishikawacho station two stops past Yokohama After visiting china town for markets and lunch we made our way to these lovely houses It is a steep walk up a hill of about 1 Km but not too difficult There were many older women walking freely to attend Magnificently kept gardens Excellent staff providing insightful knowledge of the history of the houses Each room was expertly presented with all original crockery and clothing and flower arrangements A pleasant surprise It helped the aesthetics that we were there on a beaut sunny day If you have time just up the road there is a museum of tennis 1878 Worth the 10 minute walk
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Date of experience: June 2018
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cjenk2016 wrote a review Jul 2017
Rochester, New York23 contributions6 helpful votes
If you have some extra free time, walking to see this house and the one right next door (Italian home) is nice. You can go in the houses for free. There is not much inside but it is nice to see how the foreign homes were designed in the day. It is a nice stroll for a relaxed touring day.
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Date of experience: July 2017
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