YOKOHAMA

YOKOHAMA

Do you like boats and sea-breeze? How about wide boulevards and quaint architecture? If so, we think you’ll enjoy Yokohama. This port city is the capital of Kanagawa Prefecture and accessible from Tokyo in roughly 30 minutes. Popular attractions include the large and bustling Chinatown, Landmark Tower observation deck and the Sankei-en Garden. Also fun are the Cup Noodle Museum, Yokohama Museum of Art and frequent events at the Red Brick Warehouse. To help you get around, check out some of our favourite things to do in Yokohama.

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