Delight in the charms of Yokohama! Two days seeing the most famous sights of Yokohama and Kawasaki

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Delight in the charms of Yokohama! Two days seeing the most famous sights of Yokohama and Kawasaki

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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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Minatomirai area

Minatomirai area

The main sight-seeing area of Yokohama, facing the port of Yokohama with skyscrapers, large commercial buildings and retro architecture lining the streets. Here, there is a good mix of spots where you can experience the modern and the traditional.

3

CUPNOODLES  MUSEUM

CUPNOODLES MUSEUM

An interactive food education facility opened in Minato Mirai Area. This facility has various CUPNOODLES displays and do-it-yourself experience to enable visitors to enjoyably experience discovery and inventiveness. You can mix and match various soups and ingredients in a cup you designed to make your very own CUPNOODLES. There is also a CUPNOODLES Park where you can experience how CUPNOODLES products are manufactured by becoming a “noodles” and going through production until shipment from the factory.(The My Cup Noodle Factory requires a "ticket" or "voucher".)

4

Japanese folklore park

Japanese folklore park

30 minutes from Tokyo and 40 minutes away by car from Haneda Airport, this municipal Japanese folklore park located in the Northern part of Kawasaki City is an outdoor museum featuring 25 structures, including Japanese traditional houses, watermills and Kabuki stages. In one of the facilities, the traditional crafts building, you can experience indigo dyeing.

5

FUJIKO・F・FUJIO MUSEUM

FUJIKO・F・FUJIO MUSEUM

Experience the message and the world of the works of Fujiko F Fujio, the manga artist who created Doraemon! This museum features an exhibition of the original illustrations, as well as a cafe with an original menu and a shop with limited edition goods.

6

The Taro Okamoto Museum Of Art

The Taro Okamoto Museum Of Art

This museum preserves and features the donated main masterpieces of Taro Okamoto, one of Japan’s prominent artists born in Kawasaki City.

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