Landmarks/ Points of Interest in Yokohama

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Points of Interest & Landmarks in Yokohama

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  • Tavi
    Tokyo, Japan3 contributions
    Nice to go there to the park close to the sea, both day or night.
    There are a lot of very expensive restaurants there.
    Written August 23, 2022
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  • JaperJP
    Yokohama, Japan11 contributions
    I have a yearly pass that’s truly one of the treasure of Yokohama. I would would recommend Visiting at different times of year.
    Written March 14, 2021
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  • Neo Ninja
    5 contributions
    This is the number of visitors on weekdays from noon to night.
    Even on weekdays, the number of people is growing there.
    There are many tourist stores, and you can spend a whole day here.
    The restaurants, especially the specialty ones, are not crowded and there is plenty of room to spare.
    It would be nice if there was more space for resting.
    I visited the Yokohama Masobyo Temple.
    It was very solemn and I felt refreshed.
    The atmosphere at night is exotic and different from the daytime.
    I would recommend it at night as well.

    平日の昼から夜にかけての、訪問者です。
    平日でも、人数はそこそこ増えています。
    観光客向けのお店も多くあり、1日をここで過ごせます。
    特に名物料理のお店も、混み合ってなく、余裕をもって過ごせます。
    休憩できるスペースがもう少しあると、良いかも。
    その他には横濱媽祖廟に、参拝して参りました。
    とても厳かな場所で、気持ちがスッキリした感じです。
    夜はエキゾチックで、昼とは違う雰囲気になり、
    夜もおススメです。
    Written November 27, 2022
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  • ruthjap2
    Yokohama, Japan41 contributions
    This is a great place to visit if you are interested in cruising ships to see while you are in Yokohama. I recommend spending some time with your nice camera to take photos, and you can easily walk from here to Yamashita park and Minato Mirai.
    Written January 8, 2023
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  • EuroEri
    Tokyo Prefecture, Japan364 contributions
    This was a fun place to walk around and see fun artsy stores. Had fun in the umbrella store picking out a sumo wrestler umbrella. The building itself is amazing.
    Written November 27, 2020
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  • plafeber
    Hoofddorp, The Netherlands81 contributions
    On a hot summer day, it's great to get inside to see what the shopping center in the building has to offer. We saw a giant gundam, we received free gundam goodies, we bought an ice cream that was clearly nothing like the Venetian ice cream they said they offered.
    Written July 26, 2022
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  • Brumetz
    2 contributions
    I grew up in Yokohama so Motomachi has a nostalgic place in my heart. Many of the shops have changed together with the type of people, but the overall experience is the same. Before (I’m thinking 30 years or so ago), this street catered more to the locals, with groceries, supermarkets and such, with local prices. But now big brand commercial shops are more pronounced, and the crowds are definitely more tourists and visitors.
    I still like it there though. I like to get off the train at Ishikawacho, and walk all the way to the other end of the main street to where Motomachi Plaza is, window shopping and maybe have a coffee along the way...a nice afternoon walk.
    Written February 11, 2020
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  • garygeorge3
    Lightwater Uk427 contributions
    I arrived just before the museum opened before 10:00 hours, its easy to find either along the harbour front or through Yamashita Park. The ship used to run between Japan and the USA regularly in the 1930s to Seattle. A one way system takes you through the most interesting parts of the ship, including the wheel house, first class cabins and dining areas. The engine rooms are beautifully preserved, there are other parts of the ship that the weather is taking its toil. Wonderfully original in it's detail, it evokes memories of past times. Before exiting there is a timeline exhibition of the vessel from construction up to her current resting place. A great place if you like ships and photography.
    Written July 28, 2018
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  • OZS_ATW
    Budapest, Hungary2,745 contributions
    Walking out of the Yokohama Landmark Tower I ended up in here.
    Very cool and relaxed area.
    It is worth visiting!
    Written July 17, 2020
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  • YVR Big E
    Richmond, Canada83 contributions
    My 12 year old son and I (me more so) really enjoyed our visit at the Nissan Gallery. We (I) spent a good 2 hours there checking out the different cars on display. Most of the cars on the floors were opened for visitors to sit in, with the exceptions of the vintage / special editions Z's / Fairlady's and Skylines. They also had different driving simulators / arcades for all ages to enjoy. A must visit for any car-people.

    Tips: They welcome tourists/ visitors on test drives, including the GTR; make sure you bring both your International Driver License, DR from your home country!
    Written March 22, 2020
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  • Nomad65843395326
    Sydney110 contributions
    With English descriptions at the beginning of each group of displays, the English speaking visitor gets a rough idea of what it's all about, but no detail. Some of the displays look interesting, but without the information available in English it's vaguely dissatisfying. The brochure I received on entering had general descriptions of the displays on each floor in English but, once again, no detail.
    The museum is in a lovely old building, with excellent, spacious display spaces and a varied collection of artefacts, models and documents. It's easy to find, using the map provided by the Tourist Information Centre right outside Sakuragicho train station. The museum is a 10 minute walk from the station. The museum is inexpensive at 300 yen and has lockers (100 yen, returned at the end). It also has a small cafe.
    With so much else for a foreign tourist to do in Yokohama, I would recommend the museum to visitors who are in Yokohama for more than a week. There are so many other, better, attractions to visit. Even for history buffs like me, the museum is not that great if you don't read Japanese.
    Written January 15, 2013
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  • TassieTripping
    Hobart, Australia546 contributions
    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.
    Written August 30, 2020
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  • badmintontim
    Hastings, UK4,537 contributions
    This is a great area that is definitely worth a visit if in the area and it it has done great features here that you will see and look for closely especially the ginkgo trees when they turn yellow
    Written November 18, 2018
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  • NYLON_nomad
    London, UK3,499 contributions
    The whole street about 350 meters is covered under roof and it’s called arcade shopping street.

    Very close from Bandobashi subway station.

    Very lively shopping area where many food stands, restaurants, groceries and other shops selling goods during daytimes.

    Good to walk around and buy nibbles here or there. Well recommended place for raining day activities.
    Written August 25, 2018
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  • Prasanna_Ariyadasa
    Naha, Japan54 contributions
    If you want to see European style structures in Yokohama you must visit this area.
    there are many places where you can have foods as well.
    Written July 25, 2018
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