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Enjoy an eel lunch with a secret sauce at a long-established restaurant, dating back to 1910.

Yokohama, Kawasaki 4h45m

After enjoying Unagi at a historic restaurant established in the Meiji period, we dash over to the Minatomirai area. You can overlook the grand view of the Yokohama bay area from a huge ferris wheel, or visit the Sky Garden on a clear day for a spectacular view of Mt. Fuji.

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Yokohama Yasohachi

Yokohama Yasohachi is a long-standing, traditional Japanese restaurant that has been in operation for over a century. All the ingredients they use are the finest, painstakingly selected from all over Japan. The eel they serve is of a prized domestic brand and can be enjoyed all year round. The atmosphere, a blend of the modern and traditional, only makes the food more delicious. You can enjoy s...

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Yokohama Cosmoworld

The main feature of this amusement park is one of the biggest Ferris wheels in the world, having a height of 112.5 meters and capacity of 480 passengers. Other attractions include a roller coaster and a rapid rafting ride. Operating hours of the Ferris wheel may vary depending on how crowded it is. *Please check the operating calendar for operating hours. Operating hours may vary due to weather...

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Yokohama Landmark Tower 69th Observation Floor Sky Garden

Located 273m above ground, this observatory floor prides itself as one of the tallest in Japan. The magnificent panorama is breathtaking. You can enjoy a 360 degree view of an estimated 80km ahead, which includes of course, the beautiful scenery of Yokohama’s Minato Mirai, and if the weather is clear, Tokyo Skytree, Mount Fuji and the Boso Peninsula. The stunning nightscape is also a sigh...

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