The park is located on an island called Nojima at the entrance to Hirakata Bay in the southernmost part of Yokohama City. The area is famous for "Nojima no Sekisho" (a brocade picture depicting a sunset over the fishing village of Nojima) in "Kanazawa Hakkei" (Eight Views of Kanazawa), painted by Hiroshige Utagawa, an ukiyoe artist active in the late Edo period. Centered on Mount Nojima, 57m above sea level, there are facilities such as an observatory, barbecue area, campground, and baseball field, and from the observatory, you will be able to see the sea of Yokohama, the Boso Peninsula and Mount Fuji. Other historical spots include the former Ito Hirobumi Kanazawa Villa, a Yokohama City-designated Tangible Cultural Property, and the Nojima Shell Mound.
9:30am–4:30pm (Varies so confirmation required)
In order to prevent the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), various facilities may change their operating days or hours.
Kanazawa Seaside Line, Nojimakoen Station