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A stroll through Yokohama’s port and a 1 hour hiking course at Gionyama

Yokohama, Kawasaki 8h15m

After a night’s stay in Yokohama, you’ll leave early for breakfast at a porridge shop on this course. Then you’ll do a 1 hour hiking course from Kamakura Station.

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Rinko Park

Rinko Park is the biggest green park in the Minato-mirai area with a commanding view of the Yokohama Port, which has a large lawn area, south exit area, seawater pond (Shioiri-no Ike), and more.

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Aka-Renga Soko (Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse)

Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse 1st Building The 3rd floor houses a hall with approximately 300 seats used for theater performances and concerts. It can be used as a party space as well. The 2nd floor is a multi-purpose space used for gallery and other events. The 1st floor has 5 shops including “Akarenga (brick) Depot” that sells brick goods, “Yokohama Glass” where you can experience glass craft ...

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View from Osanbashi Pier

The Osanbashi Yokohama International Passenger Terminal is a major port where foreign cruise ships dock during international cruises. With a maximum height of 70m and width of 15m, the steel construction was designed by Alejandro Zaera Polo and Farshid Moussavi (a UK-based architect). The rooftop plaza provides a beautiful scenery of Yamashita Park, the Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse district, an...

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Yamashita Park

The first seaside park in Japan located right in front of Yokohama Port, stretching almost 700 meters from the east side of Osanbashi to Yamashita Pier. It was opened in 1930 by land filling with the rubbles from the Great Kanto Earthquake. The park includes a grass field, a rose garden, the “Little Girl With Red Shoes On” statue, the “Guardian of Water” statue which is a gift from San Diego, a...

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Yokohama Chinatown

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

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Ma-san no Mise Ryusen

This famous restaurant is open from early morning to late into the night. The goal of the breakfast service is to support everyone from tourists to the chefs working in Yokohama’s Chinatown. In addition to serving rice porridge, the menu also features dim sum and Shanghai cuisine.

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Kamakura Farmer’s Market

It’s a place where you can buy Kamakura’s vegetables directly at a bargain. There are 22 farmers divided into 4 groups. They alternate over four days to sell the season’s fresh vegetables. Closures are dependent on whether they sell out.

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