Explore the delights of the real Yokohama!

Explore the delights of the real Yokohama!

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Sankeien Garden

Sankeien Garden

The vast classical Japan garden covering over 18,000 square meters was opened by Hara Sankei, a businessman who made a fortune with the Japanese silk trade. Rinshunkaku, the Three-Storied Pagoda of Old Toumyouji are amongst the properties designated as Important Cultural Properties by the Japanese government. The garden is also a famous viewing spot of plum and cherry blossoms, azaleas, and autumn leaves. Business hours are extended during special events.

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Yokohama Chinatown

Yokohama Chinatown

One of the largest Chinatowns in the world having 140 years of history. More than 500 restaurants and shops fill an area of about 500 square meters. Known as one other three major Chinatowns in Japan along with those in Kobe and Nagasaki.

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Harbor View Park (Minato-no-Mieru Oka Koen)

Harbor View Park (Minato-no-Mieru Oka Koen)

Opened in 1962 at the former site of the British soldiers’ barracks. The lookout and benches facing the ocean offer a full view of Yokohama port. A perfect place for viewing the Yokohama Bay Bridge at night. The forest on the north side was formerly a French military garrison, and is now called the French Mountain area. The land was handed over to Yokohama City in 1971. The same arch as in the central market of Paris stands in front. Also includes the British House, the Yamate 111 Ban-Kan, the Osaragi Jiro Memorial Hall and the Kanagawa Museum of Modern Literature. Also famous for the roses that are in full bloom in the spring and autumn seasons.

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Yamate Western Historical House Tour

Yamate Western Historical House Tour

The Yamate Ward is an area with a foreign atmosphere, with many retro Western houses preserved from the past. A total of 7 houses are open to free access and many vibrant events such as concerts are held throughout the year.

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