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Discover an Imperial Villa and naval port at this seaside resort

Yokosuka, Miura 8h

This 2-day course will hit the local naval port Yokosuka and Hayama, known for its image as a high-class healthy resort.

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Verny Park

A park facing the former Yokosuka Iron Factory whose establishment was contributed by French engineer Verny. In this park, there are beautiful flower beds, a fountain and a western cottage based on French garden design. Best of it all would be the gorgeous rose beds with an estimated 130 species. In spring, the various roses will bloom, making the port landscape more vibrant.

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Yokosuka Naval Port Cruise

Yokosuka Port has developed as a naval port ever since the American vessels commanded by Commodore Matthew C.Perry landed in Japan 160 years ago. Yokosuka is known for having the U.S. Naval Base United States Fleet Activities Yokosuka, and the headquarters of the Marine Self-Defense Force. In this cruise, you can enjoy a tour of these facilities as well as an up-close viewing of the battles shi...

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Yokosuka Dobuita Street

The shopping arcade in front of the main gate of the U.S. Navy Base. The arcade thrived after World War 2 as a shopping mall for the U.S. Navy stationed in Yokosuka. Today, the street is dotted with apparel shops focused on youth (offering "Sukajan" jackets, etc.), and restaurants and bars for Americans.

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Hayama Marina

A short 45-minute cruise that travels from Yujiro Lighthouse, named after the Showa Era’s superstar “Ishihara Yujiro,” to the symbol of Sonan, “Enoshima.” This luxury motor cruiser carries 40 people, so why don’t you enjoy a cruise around Shonan with your friends and family? Please reserve in advance by phone.

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Morito daimyojin

This place is famous for its panoramic view of Mount Fuji. Since olden days, this place is known for its beautiful sunsets. The combination of Mount Fuji and the setting sun is a breathtaking sight.

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The Museum of Modern Art, Hayama
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The Museum of Modern Art, Hayama

In order to prevent the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), we are presently closed. Please check our website for information on when we’ll be reopening, our operational information, and more. 〈The Museum of Modern Art, Hayama〉 The museum in Hayama holds 4 to 5 exhibitions per year. There's a strolling path on the premise, so that visitors can enjoy sculptures while walking. There are a ...

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Hayama park

Hayama Park, adjacent to the imperial villa, was once a riding ground of the villa. In October 1946 (Showa 21), the riding ground was prepared to be sold off, and in April 1957 (Showa 32), the area was opened as Kinrin Park (Neighborhood Park). With the Sagami Bay stretching out before your eyes, and with spots where you can enjoy a great view of Mount Fuji and Enoshima Island, this park is ver...

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