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Walk along the Keikyu Electric Railway Shopping Street

Yokohama, Kawasaki 18h

Along the Keikyu Electric Railway line in Kanagawa, there are plenty of shopping streets based around temples, shrines, and fishing ports. With this course, you can enjoy the famous shops and items in each shopping street, as well as their unique vibe.

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Noge Area

The town had a black market during the postwar period and was crowded with people since it was said they had everything. Now, various bars and restaurants are increasing, like Spanish bars and bistros. Nightlife This is Yokohama’s most famous and deep-seated drinking district. From working-class taverns to quirky bars, a variety of drinking establishments crowd this small area. Thes...

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Gumyoji kan'non

Yokohama’s oldest temple. Gumyoji Kannon is a nationally designated important cultural property. The temple was called “Kyumyoji” in the Kamakura era, but it was changed to “Gumyoji” in tribute to Kannonkyo (Buddhist sutra).

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Yokosuka Naval Port Cruise

Yokosuka Port has developed as a naval port ever since the American vessels commanded by Commodore Matthew C.Perry landed in Japan 160 years ago. Yokosuka is known for having the U.S. Naval Base United States Fleet Activities Yokosuka, and the headquarters of the Marine Self-Defense Force. In this cruise, you can enjoy a tour of these facilities as well as an up-close viewing of the battles shi...

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Verny Commemorative Museum

A facility that preserves and displays the “steel hammer designated as an important national cultural property” which was imported by the Yokosuka Steelworks at the end of the Edo period. Inside the hall, images which introduce the Yokosuka Steelworks and modern historical heritage, hands-on learning equipment, and a model steam hammer are displayed.

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Yokosuka Dobuita Street

The shopping arcade in front of the main gate of the U.S. Navy Base. The arcade thrived after World War 2 as a shopping mall for the U.S. Navy stationed in Yokosuka. Today, the street is dotted with apparel shops focused on youth (offering "Sukajan" jackets, etc.), and restaurants and bars for Americans.

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Memorial Ship MIKASA
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Memorial Ship MIKASA

Memorial Ship MIKASA is a battle ship that was built in England 1902 (Meiji 35). In 1905 (Meiji 38), MIKASA was led by Admiral Heihachiro Togo, Commander-in-Chief of the Combined Fleet, and battled as a Falg ship of the Combined Fleet in the Battle of Tsushima. Japan won an overwhelming victory in the battle against Baltic Fleet of Russia. Japanese are proud of MIKASA's unsurpassed accomplishme...

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Yokosuka Museum of Art

The museum is located in Kannonzaki, an area rich in nature and on the eastern side of Miura Peninsula. Around 5000 contemporary Japanese artwork is kept here. In addition to a variety of exhibitions, the unique architecture that harmonizes with its surroundings as well as the outstanding view is appealing. The Italian restaurant with a famous chef is also popular.

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Mitomi Dyeing Shop (Traditional Tairyo-bata Dyeing)

A long standing dye shop established in 1833, where craftsmen of the Edo Bakufu worked. The Tairyo-bata of Misaki is one of the Top 100 Picks of Kanagawa’s Local Specialties. Each and every one of the flags are handmade with traditional techniques passed down from the Edo Period and is used not only to celebrate a new ship, but other happy events such as marriage, childbirth, children’s festiva...

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Misaki Shitamachi Shotengai (shopping area)

Storehouse style buildings scattered in the Misaki Shitamachi Shotengai create an atmosphere of Showa period. The Shotengai offers various specialty foods, including Misaki Tuna. Annual events are: "Chakkirako (UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage)" on January 15, and "Miura Yoichi" in August.

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Jogashima Park

Jogashima Park occupies the eastern half of Jogashima, located at the southernmost tip of Miura Peninsula. When you pass through the forest in the park, you will come across a unique prarie landscape. As this area was created due to the strong winds that blow from the Pacific Ocean and the strong sun, most of the plants are unable to grow tall. For this reason, black pine is grown in the inland...

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Awasaki Lighthouse

When you go down from the prefectural Jogashima Park to the sea, there is a small lighthouse on the rocky ground. The lighthouse is 11 meters high, but the light apparently reaches 20 kilometers into the distance. You can also see it from a distance from the observatory in the park, but please try walking to it and enjoying the coastal scenery as well.

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