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Halloween in Yokohama - Dress-up Walking Tour

Yokohama, Kawasaki 13h

In Yokohama Yamate Seiyokan, halloween week is held every year.On the day, you can dress up in costumes and enjoy stamp rally touring 14 facilities including Yamate Seiyokan and costume contests.From children to adults, experience the Yokohama Yamate Seiyokan which is different from usual.(Venue:Yokohama yamate seiyouan nanakan, Yamate rokujyuhachibankan, Yamate shiryokan, Oofutsu Jiro kinenkan, YITC, Yokohama ningyo no ie, Yokohama marin tower, America Yama Koen.)

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The Home of a Diplomat

One of the Important Cultural Properties of Japan. The American-Victorian style foreign residence sitting in the Yamate Italian Garden housed the diplomat of the Meiji Government, who served as the New York consul general. The rooms such as the dining room, the reception room, the study, and the bed rooms show the living style of the Meiji period. *There is a resting space overlooking the view ...

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Bluff No. 18

A registered historical building of Yokohama. It was originally built at 45 Yamate Town as a residence for foreigners after the Great Kanto Earthquake. It became the property of the Roman Catholic Church Diocese of Yokohama after World War II, and was used as the parish house of the Yamate Catholic Church until 1991. Located within the Yamate Italian Garden.

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Berrick Hall

Berrick Hall was designed by American architect J.H. Morgan and served as the residence for the English tradesman, B.R. Berrick. It was built in a distinctive Spanish style (also known as the Spanish Colonial Revival-style) and many of the rooms are south-facing, creating a bright sense of spaciousness. It was the largest residence in the pre-war district of Yamate, known for being a foreign re...

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Ehrismann Residence

A registered historical building of Yokohama. It was built from 1925 to 1926 as the residence of Fritz Ehrismann, the Yokohama branch manager of Siber Hegner, a silk trading company. The residence was designed by Antonin Raymond, recognized as the “father of modern architecture”. *Includes a cafe.

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Yamate Museum

Yamate Museum, which was built in 1909, is the only wooden Western museum in an "integrated Japanese and Western-style house" to remain in Yokohama. The first floor features a cafe, and the second floor features a French restaurant which is open for lunch and dinner.

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Bluff No. 111

A designated cultural property of Yokohama, originally built as a residence for an American, Mr. Raffin. It is a Spanish style house designed by J. H. Morgan. Situated on a hill looking down at the Rose Garden of Harbor View Park (Minato-no-Mieru Oka Koen), you can enjoy the view of blooming roses from April to June and from October to November. There is a cafe “Rose Garden Enoki-tei” where pin...

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The Osaragi Jiro Memorial Museum

Appearance is outstanding conspicuously mansion of the arched roof and red brick in the back of the sunken flower bed spread on the south side observation deck of the hill park with views of the harbor. The performance and lifetime of Yokohama-born writer "Jiro Osaragi" has been introduced in a variety of materials. Osaragi Jiro was born in Yokohama, and is often wrote about Yokohama. ...

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British House Yokohama

A designated cultural property of Yokohama originally built in 1937 as the British consular residence. It was designed by the Shanghai branch of the British Office of Works. Salon concerts are held in the hall on the first floor. It is located at the edge of the Rose Garden of Minato-no-mieru-oka Park, and the roses are in full bloom from April to June and from October to November.

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Harbor View Park (Minato-no-Mieru Oka Koen)

Opened in 1962 at the former site of the British soldiers’ barracks. The lookout and benches facing the ocean offer a full view of Yokohama port. A perfect place for viewing the Yokohama Bay Bridge at night. The forest on the north side was formerly a French military garrison, and is now called the French Mountain area. The land was handed over to Yokohama City in 1971. The same arch as i...

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This hill alongside Harbor View Park (Minato-no-Mieru Oka Koen) runs through the valley-shaped terrain to connect to the hilltop Yamate-cho in the Yamashita-cho and Motomachi direction. Photos Provided by photolibery

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Yokohama Doll Museum

This museum specializing in dolls can be enjoyed by people of all ages. The museum boasts a collection of over 10,000 dolls from 140 countries, including some historically valuable ones. The venue also regularly holds events and exhibitions where guests can enjoy looking at, touching, and playing with the exhibits.

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Yokohama Marine Tower

[Now Closed] 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.

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Hikawa Maru

Hikawa maru is a cargo-passenger ship built in 1930 at Yokohama and used for a Seattle Sea Route, which was designated as a important cultural property.In the ship, you can observe Art Deco-designed furniture at 'The Passenger's area' and a dynamic engine-room at 'The Crew's area', and you can learn the history of Hikawa maru at 'The Exhibition area'.

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