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Yokohama, Kawasaki 24h45m

Spend three days at a decadent hotel and experience traditional Japanese craft such as top class kimonos and lacquerware. Indulge in cuisine at a famous Japanese restaurant. Private services are available. This luxurious course is sure to make you feel special.

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Charter Cruise

As a new means of transportation replacing buses and trains, this entertaining airline route offers dynamic and close up views of airplanes taking off and landing, as well as spectacular night views of factories.

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Yokohama Noh Theater

A Noh theater located next to Kamonyama Park. The Noh stage which was relocated from the house of the former head of Kaga Domain is the oldest remaining one in the Kanto region. Visitors can tour the display corridors and the main stage (from the second floor) when there are no events held. Check in advance for performance titles and dates, as well as the availability of a visit.

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Masago Saryo

Standing in a quiet alley two minutes from Kannai Station is a 40-year-old sukiya style building. When you enter Masagosaryo, you will be enveloped in a dignified air. The restaurant serves Kaiseki meals and banquet dinners using delicious seasonal ingredients. Here, you can fully enjoy the flavors of the season.

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Miyagawa Kozan - Makuzu Ware Museum

The first Miyagawa Kozan built his atelier in Yokohama in 1871 (Meiji 4). His Makuzu ware drew high praise in World Expositions and many of his works were shipped abroad. “Makuzu ware” was loved across the world. The museum exhibits a lot of Makuzu ware masterpieces that had returned to Japan from France, Britain, and the States in recent years. The exhibition also displays changes ...

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The Isyou-Kenkyukai is committed to continuing the traditional methods of making kimonos under three pillars: training the kimono makers, tailoring kimonos, as well as developing and selling innovative kimonos. They recently opened a classroom so that the general public can learn about the joys of making kimonos. After observing the classes, visitors can try putting strings through a kinchaku p...

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Sky Cruise

Yokohama Sky Cruise provides sightseeing flight of a helicopter and cruise service. Any groups including couples celebrating anniversary, families and friends can enjoy the night view and town scape from the sky. The helicopter flies over Yokohama port area at an altitude of 450 to 600 m and at a speed of 200 km an hour. You can enjoy refreshing flight with a top-down view of Yokohama, such as ...

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A French restaurant in Motomachi, Yokohama, which opened in 1981. Setting a high value on local production for local consumption, by adding touches of Mutekirou’s original Yokohama style to western French cuisine, they endeavor to create a menu which is light and takes advantage of the taste of the ingredients.

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Hotel New Grand

Established in 1927, this classic hotel is reminiscent of Yokohama in the past when the port was first opened. As a renowned hotel of Yokohama, the international city, this hotel continues to serve VIPs from around the world.

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Daniel Motomachi

Yokohama Classic Furniture was created after the Meiji Restoration for foreigners coming into Japan. They promise universal design that transcends era and quality that can be used even 100 years later for an elegant lifestyle. The timber is sourced from the foot of Hokkaido’s Hidaka mountain range and finished by skilled craftsmen. The pure material was made with care to make high-quality piece...

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Since its establishment in 1919, Okura pottery continues to make porcelain of high artistic value as the premier western kitchen maker in Japan. Products of Ookura pottery were admired with words such as "blue of Sable, white of Okura". "Whiteness, hardness of the porcelain, smooth as skin" can not be copied by others, so it is said to be the finest western style dishes in Japan and has a high ...

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Japanese Cuisine kouan

Featured in the Michelin Guide, Tokyo, Yokohama and Shonan 2012, it is the first restaurant awarded with three Michelin stars in the Kanagawa area. The owner previously worked in Shofukuro, a restaurant in Shiga Prefecture that produced a great number of chefs. He has worked diligently to create a space that goes beyond the framework of cooking to offer hospitality in every small detail.

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Okawa Mokkoujo(Japanese lacquer)

Odawara lacquerware is a craft that has been passed down since the Muromachi period. The technique involves scraping lacquer off to make the natural wood stand out even more. Okawa Mokkoujo’s workshop handles a variety of items including lacquerware, trays, and bowls. Here, visitors can try polishing bowls and other tableware by themselves. They can even create their own unique designs using wa...

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Hakone Sightseeing Cruise

The Hakone Sightseeing Cruise offers sightseeing boats that sail around Lake Ashinoko, a popular spot in Hakone. There are three boats: Royal II, Victory, and Queen Ashinoko, and passengers can board the cruise at any of the three ports along the edge of the lake. Those ports are Hakonemachi-ko, Motohakone-ko, or Togendai-ko. We recommend the cruise that leaves from Motohakone-ko, as you can vi...

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A one Michelin star kaiseki restaurant to be fully enjoyed. It’s located in a quiet residential neighbourhood a little distance away from Kita Kamakura station. The building, a renoavted old traditional Japanese home that was the former secondary residence of actress Kinuyo Tanaka, is extremely tasteful and very much a hidehouse. The menu is full course only for both lunch and dinner, and compl...

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Wabisuki Academy

Fusing the history of hospitality that comes from zen and tea ceremonies with art, design/ architecture, fashion, music, images, technologies and the contrast of imagination. It offers an out-of-the-ordinary time and space experience.

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This is a Kamakura carving store, established by the descendants of Buddhist image makers of the Kei school who came from Nara to make Buddha statues for Zen Buddhist temples.

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