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Road Trip to Yokohama & Ukiyoe Left-Side Mount Fuji (Mt Fuji)

Shonan Area 12h15m

Using the Central Nippon Expressway Pass (an unlimited ride pass for foreigners visiting Japan, valid for a certain period of time), you'll be visiting must-see places on a rental car.

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Minato Mirai 21

The main sight-seeing area of Yokohama, facing the port of Yokohama with skyscrapers, large commercial buildings and retro architecture lining the streets. Here, there is a good mix of spots where you can experience the modern and the traditional.

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Yokohama Archives of History

Displays materials on Yokohama history from the end of the Edo period/Opening up of the port period to the beginning of the Showa period. The building was formerly used as the British consulate until 1972. There is a historical camphor tree in the courtyard. *Includes a cafe.

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View from Osanbashi Pier

The Osanbashi Yokohama International Passenger Terminal is a major port where foreign cruise ships dock during international cruises. With a maximum height of 70m and width of 15m, the steel construction was designed by Alejandro Zaera Polo and Farshid Moussavi (a UK-based architect). The rooftop plaza provides a beautiful scenery of Yamashita Park, the Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse district, an...

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Yokohama Chinatown

One of the largest Chinatowns in the world with 140 years of history. More than 500 restaurants and shops fill an area of about 500 square meters. Known as one of the three major Chinatowns in Japan along with those in Kobe and Nagasaki.

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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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Tsurugaoka Hachimangu

Tsurugaoka Hachimangu was founded in 1063 by Minamoto Yoriyoshi. In 1180, Minamoto Yoritomo, commander-in-chief of the Genji clan and a descendant of Yoriyoshi, moved the shrine to its current site and constracted a magnificent new shrine. Present building of the main shrine was rebuilt in 1828 and well known as a typical Edo period’s architecture, and designated as nationally importan...

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Enoshima Shrine

Enoshima Shrine consists of three palaces, Hetsumiya, Nakatsumiya and Okutsumiya. Three-sister sea guardian is worshipped in each palace. In ancient times it was called Enoshima Myojin. You can feel the atmosphere of the mixture of myths. This are winter constellation Orion's myth and the three- sister gardians' myth. Three stars in the Orion's Belt transforme...

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Nango Hidari-Fuji (Left Fuji)

Along the Tokaido route from Nihonbashi to Kyoto, Mount Fuji is usually seen on the right when heading to Kyoto. However, you can see Mount Fuji on the left at this rare spot, upon the Toriidobashi Bridge located along National Route 1. The scenery of the past is captured in Hiroshige Utagawa’s (Hiroshige Ando) ukiyo-e painting “The Nango Pine Grove with Mount Fuji to the Left” (Nango no matsub...

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Fuji on the Left Side in Fuji Yoshiwara

Hidari-fuji, Fuji on the Left, was so named as this was the only place where travelers of the Edo period could see Mt. Fuji on their left side on their way to Kyoto on the Tokaido road. This place is also depicted in "The Fifty-Three Stations of the Tokaido Road" by Hiroshige Ando, a renowned Ukiyoe painter.

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