• Home
  • Trips
  • Fantastic views from high places ー high rise tourism

Fantastic views from high places ー high rise tourism

Yokohama, Kawasaki 18h15m

With this course, you can enjoy fantastic views from high rise buildings. See faraway mountains, Mt. Fuji, as well as cities and greens spread out in front youー views unique to high rise buildings.

Add to trip planner 2

Share

Tokyo Tower

Tokyo Tower has two observatories, with the main deck standing at 150m and the top deck standing at 250m. Get a taste of one of the world’s leading metropolises right from its center and enjoy panoramic views of the whole city. Foot Town is the multipurpose facility at the foot of the tower. Here, you can find souvenir shops, a food court and an event space. Keep your eyes open for the charming...

More details

Lazona Kawasaki Plaza

Lazona Kawasaki Plaza is a large-scale commercial facility directly connected to JR Kawasaki Station West exit that has about 300 speciality shops for fashion and gourmet, as well as a cinema and gym. There are a variety of shops that offer fast fashion, household electric appliances, household goods, a supermarket, as well as spaces where you can enjoy Japanese snacks and fresh dishes. You wil...

More details

Kawasaki Marien

Kawasaki Marien brings citizens and the port together. Formally known as "Kawasaki Harbor Promotion Hall", the building is 51 meters in hight and offers a panoramic view of the harbor from the observation deck. Facilities include a restaurant, a gymnasium, a tennis court and more. It is home to the world's largest stuffed great white shark.

More details

Yokohama Royal Park HotelShiki tei

Enjoy the Japanese tea-ceremony style dishes with the seasonal fresh ingredients in a Japanese tea-ceremony style room. You can also enjoy the view below. They specialize the soup stocks. They choose special plates for each season. There are also bar seats and private rooms that can allow you great overview of Yokohama city.

More details

Cosmo Clock 21

Standing at 112.5 meters, Cosmo Clock 21 Ferris Wheel is considered the symbol of Yokohama. It’s located in the Wonder Amuse Zone of the urban amusement park, Yokohama Cosmo World. Cosmo Clock 21 is the world’s largest ferris wheel with a clock function and can hold up to 480 people. From the 15-minute ride on this attraction, you can enjoy a stunning panorama in the daytime and see the city li...

More details

Yokohama Royal Park Hotel

Experience the view from the high-rise skyscraper and attentive staff hospitality. See a sky that goes through various transformations according to the season, time of day, weather and direction from the highest hotel in Japan. All of the rooms, located between the 52nd and 67th floors of the Yokohama Landmark Tower, are of a relaxing, international size. From the sky lounge in Landmark Tower’s...

More details

Yokohama Marine Tower

Building that was constructed as part of Yokohama's 100th anniversary commemoration project. Renewed in 2009, there are 3 restaurants and multipurpose halls. From the observation floor, you can enjoy a 360 degree panoramic view of the city.

More details

Miyagase Dam

This dam is situated in the northwestern part of the prefecture, near Higashitanzawa and is the largest gravitational concrete dam in the Greater Tokyo Area. There is a 6 minute long release of water from April through November, every Wednesday, the second and fourth Friday of the month, and every second Sunday of the month. It is done at 11 o'clock and 2 o'clock past noon.

More details

Green Tower Sagamihara

You can find an observation tower at the Sagamihara Asamizo Park. Standing at 55 meters, it is the symbol of the park. The observation deck stands at 38 meters. On sunny days, you can see panoramic views of Mt. Tanzawa, the Tama hills, and Yokohama City. It was built to commemorate the 9th National Urban Greenery Fair, Green Wave, Sagamihara ’92.

More details

Why not develop your own trip from these destinations?

Customize this trip