Yokohama Archives of History
Displays materials on Yokohama history from the end of the Edo period/Opening up of the port period to the beginning of the Showa period. The building was formerly used as the British consulate until 1972. There is a historical camphor tree in the courtyard. *Includes a cafe.
Learn the fascinating history of how a small fishing village became the second largest city in Japan. It starts with the landing of Commodore Perry and his black ships.
9:30-17:00 (Last admission 16:30)
In order to prevent the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), various facilities may change their operating days or hours. Check the official website for the latest information.
|Closed||Mondays (next day when Monday is holiday), year-end & new year holidays *May be closed without notice|
Adults (high school and older): 300 yen (includes 200 yen for the permanent exhibition), Elementary/junior high school students and Yokohama City residents 65 years and older: 240 yen (includes 150 yen for the permanent exhibition), Admission to the reading room only: 100 yen (until November 7, 2021 (Sun.) After that, we will publish information on our website, etc.)