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Yokohama Three Towers Tour, American Style

Yokohama, Kawasaki 8h45m

The Legend of the Yokohama Three Towers: The Kanagawa Prefectural Office (The King), the Yokohama Customs Building (The Queen), and the Yokohama Port Opening Memorial Hall (The Jack) used to be a symbol for ships entering Yokohama Port. Now, they are known for a legend that if you go to the three spots where you can see all three towers at the same time, your wish will be granted. Moreover, America's favorite duck is coming to Japan! You'll be be delighting in an American-style meal rather than Chinese in this course.

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Yokohama Landmark Tower 69th Observation Floor Sky Garden

Located 273m above ground, this observatory floor prides itself as one of the tallest in Japan. The magnificent panorama is breathtaking. You can enjoy a 360 degree view of an estimated 80km ahead, which includes of course, the beautiful scenery of Yokohama’s Minato Mirai, and if the weather is clear, Tokyo Skytree, Mount Fuji and the Boso Peninsula. The stunning nightscape is also a sight not ...

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Aka-Renga Soko (Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse)(Illuminations)

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Yokohama Customs (Queen’s Tower)

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Kanagawa Prefectural Government's Office (King's Tower)

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Yokohama Port Opening Memorial Hall (Jack’s Tower)

A building in the neo-renaissance style that opened in 1918. The building is affectionately nicknamed “Jack”. “Jack” is designated as a historical heritage building, and also currently serves as the Nakaku Ward Hall. The tip of the clock tower is lit with lights that over-pass the intersection. The lightshow on the red bricks takes you back in time to a different age – Yokohama in its golden er...

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Yamashita Park

The first seaside park in Japan located right in front of Yokohama Port, stretching almost 700 meters from the east side of Osanbashi to Yamashita Pier. It was opened in 1930 by land filling with the rubbles from the Great Kanto Earthquake. The park includes a grass field, a rose garden, the “Little Girl With Red Shoes On” statue, the “Guardian of Water” statue which is a gift from San Diego, a...

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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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