The Yoshidamachi Shopping Street has history dating back to when Yokohama was an active port. The area connects Isezakicho and Noge, with many old shops lining the way. There are a lot of art-related spaces available around noon, like picture and photo galleries. In the evening, over 40 different bars, cafes, and other eateries open up.More details
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A walking course through the Yoshidamachi ~ Noge area, which has a completely different atmosphere between night and day. During the day, stroll through Yoshidamachi’s shopping street, that’s lined with older stores, while heading for the Noge area. As evening falls, you’ll enjoy bar hopping through Noge’s side streets and Miyakobashi’s shopping street.Add to trip planner 0
This building was created to make the main street of Noge more beautiful as a part of the 1964 Tokyo Olympics. It’s a prominent landmark of Noge. The bar street is an important part of the scenery that runs parallel to the Ooka River. Today, over 60 shops conduct business on the grounds. The Yokohama Heritage Association (Koueki Shadanhoujin Yokohama Rekishi Shisan Chousakai) manages the premises.More details
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