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Cosmo Clock 21
Cosmo Clock 21

About the Cosmo Clock 21 Ferris Wheel The Cosmo Clock 21 Ferris Wheel is the world’s largest clock-style ferris wheel, located inside of Yokohama Cosmo World. It stands as the landmark of the Minato Mirai 21 district at a total height of 112.5m, diameter of 100m, and 60 gondolas that each seat 8 people for a total capacity of 480 people.

Elephant Nose Park
Elephant Nose Park

Zo-no-hana (Elephant Nose) Park was newly opened in 2009 to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the opening of Yokohama Port. When the port was first opened, two jetties were built here. One of them was extended in a curve, and it looked like an elephant’s nose. The name of the park came from the shape of the jetty. This park is located between Aka-renga Park and Yamashita Park.

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Engaku-ji
Engaku-ji

Engaku-ji Temple is a Rinzai sect Daihonzan (head temple) in North Kamakura. The temple was established in the second half of the 13 th century at the request of the then ruler of Japan, the regent Hojo Tokimune.

Enoshima
Enoshima

Enoshima is close to Kamakura and Yokohama. Enoshima is a short walk from Shonan Enoshima, Enoshima, Katase Enoshima or Koshigoe station. Enoshima Island is small and hilly.

Enoshima Aquarium
Enoshima Aquarium

Enoshima is close to Kamakura and Yokohama. Enoshima is a short walk from Shonan Enoshima, Enoshima, Katase Enoshima or Koshigoe station. Enoshima Island is small and hilly.

Enoshima Iwaya Cave
Enoshima Iwaya Cave

Iwaya are caves on Enoshima island which have been eroded by tides for thousands of years and elevated from the sea by repeated earthquakes. The first record of Iwaya in a historical document was in 552 AD. The cave area here has been developed by Fujisawa city as a tourist spot and so has lost its original atmosphere.

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Enoshima Lighthouse Observation Deck
Enoshima Lighthouse Observation Deck

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Enoshima Shrine
Enoshima Shrine

Only a short train ride west of Kamakura, Enoshima (江の島) is a pleasantly touristy island just off the coast but connected by bridge with the mainland. The island offers a variety of attractions, including a shrine, park, observation tower and caves. Views of Mount Fuji can be enjoyed on days with good visibility.

Fujiko F Fujio Museum
Fujiko F Fujio Museum

Train from Yokohama to Fujiko F Fujio Museum Japan Railways (JR) operates a train from Yokohama to Fujiko F Fujio Museum every 10 minutes. Tickets cost $2 - $4 and the journey takes 12 min. Japan Railways (JR) also services this route every 15 minutes.

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Hara Model Railway Museum
Hara Model Railway Museum

This museum opens to the public a massive collection of models trains, said to be the largest in the world, made and possessed by Nobutaro Hara. In particular, large models that faithfully recreate cars from Japan, Europe, the United States, and other places around the globe run in a way that you could mistake them as being real.

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Hikawa Maru
Hikawa Maru

The Hikawa Maru is a historic Japanese ocean liner that is permanently docked at Yokohama’s Yamashita Park. With a long and chequered past the ship today serves a fascination historical tourist attraction.

Ikuta Ryokuchi Park
Ikuta Ryokuchi Park

In my opinion no park is complete without an open space for stretching out on the grass and enjoying a picnic. Ikuta Ryokuchi boasts a small but great one. It has several picnic tables, a clock tower and a bed of luscious green grass. It sits right next to the science museum, cafe and bathroom facilities.

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Kawasaki Daishi
Kawasaki Daishi

Kawasaki-Daishi Temple was built in 1128. The principal object of worship at the temple is the image of Buddhist priest Kukai, or Kobo Daishi.

Kishamichi Promenade
Kishamichi Promenade

The Kishamichi Promenade is a boardwalk in Yokohama, starting nearby the Sakuragichō Station. It is about 500 meters long, ending right in front of a popular mall, Yokohama World Porters.

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Kodomonokuni Theme Park
Kodomonokuni Theme Park

Kodomonokuni Theme Park (こどもの国) is an amusement park near Tokyo, located in Yokohama, Japan. The park's name means Children's Country. As the name implies, it is more oriented towards young children than teenagers.

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Marine Park
Marine Park

1-2 Negishidai, Naka-ku, Yokohama, Kanagawa 231-0853 Take the JR Negishi Line to Negishi station or Yamate station; then walk about 1KM (15 to 20 minutes) to the park. Umi no Koen Umi no Koen (Marine Park) is home to the only beach in Yokohama city where you can swim.

Meigetsu-in
Meigetsu-in

Meigetsu-in Temple in Yokohama, Japan. 'Meigetsu-in Temple' sight map and information. List of guide(s) containing this sight

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Mikasa Park
Mikasa Park

Mikasa Park is located in the town of Yokosuka, Kanagawa Prefecture. The park is particularly famous for the memorial pre-dreadnought battleship Mikasa. The park is listed in 100 parks of Japan and 100 historical parks of Japan.

Minatonomieruoka Park
Minatonomieruoka Park

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Motomachi, Kobe
Motomachi, Kobe

Motomachi (元町) is a district of Naka Ward in Yokohama, Japan, located immediately west of Yamate and east of Chinatown. It consists mainly of the Motomachi Shopping Street, a five-block long stretch of boutiques and shops, well known in Japan for its cosmopolitan atmosphere, original fashion, and Western influence.

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Nippon Maru
Nippon Maru

Nippon Maru (日本丸) is a Japanese museum ship and former training vessel. She is permanently docked in Yokohama harbor, in Nippon Maru Memorial Park. She was built by Kawasaki Shipbuilding Corporation in Kobe, and was launched on 27 January 1930 alongside her sister ship Kaiwo Maru.

Nissan Stadium
Nissan Stadium

At Nissan Stadium, which was called International Stadium Yokohama at that time, four games including the finals were held, and it was crowded with 260,000 spectators from Japan and abroad. We have received high praise for wonderfulness of a stadium with a seating capacity of 70,000.

Nogeyama Zoo
Nogeyama Zoo

Nogeyama Zoological Gardens (野毛山動物園, Nogeyama Dōbutsuen) is a free zoo opened in April 1951 and located in Nogeyama Park, in Nishi-ku, Yokohama, Japan. It covers 9.6 hectares (24 acres) and houses about 1400 animals of 100 different species. It is open from 9:30 am to 4:00 pm and is closed on Mondays.

Orbi Yokohama,
Orbi Yokohama,

Orbi Yokohama (オービィ横浜) is a science museum in Nishi-Ku, Yokohama City, Kanagawa. It started in August 2013 due to the collaboration of BBC Earth and Sega. It is located in the 5th floor of MARK IS Minatomirai.

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Rinko Park
Rinko Park

Rinko Park Yokohama Landmark tower stands 296 m high and takes a floor area of 392.885 square meters. This is like an autonomous complex, with tower itself, with a core of offices, hotels, shopping mall, with its viewing floor and multipurpose halls, furthermore with its own square, built on top of restored stone dock.

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Samuel Cocking Garden
Samuel Cocking Garden

Located at the very top of Enoshima Island is the Samuel Cocking Garden. The gardens themselves are not really that interesting, but the story behind them and other things there ARE! Who was Samuel Cocking? After Japan opened her doors to the world in 1854, people with great ambition landed in Yokohama.

Sankei-en
Sankei-en

Sankei-en Garden was built in 1906 in Yokohama, under the direction of a businessman, Sankei Hara. There is a beautiful harmony between nature and the 13 examples of Japanese architecture intentionally positioned on the huge grounds.

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Sarushima
Sarushima

Yokohama is the capital city of Kanagawa Prefecture, located in the southern part of the Kanto region. As the second largest city in Japan, it is also a major commercial hub for the Greater Tokyo Area.

Susukino
Susukino

Susukino Yukemuri no Sato, Yokohama: See 18 reviews, articles, and 5 photos of Susukino Yukemuri no Sato, ranked No.13 on TripAdvisor among 93 attractions in Yokohama.

Yamashita Park
Yamashita Park

Yamashita Park (山下公園, Yamashita Kōen) is a public park that stretches about 750 meters along Yokohama's waterfront. The park is about a hundred meters wide, and consists mostly of open green space. It was constructed after the Great Kanto Earthquake of 1923.

Yamate
Yamate

Yamate (山手) is the name of a historic neighbourhood in Naka-ku, Yokohama often referred to in English as The Bluff. The neighbourhood is famous as having been a foreigners' residential area in the Bakumatsu, Meiji and Taishō periods. While still dominantly residential in character, with views over downtown Yokohama, historic residential properties, ornamental gardens and public parks, the area is also a popular visitor destination.

Yokohama Anpanman Children's Museum & Mall
Yokohama Anpanman Children's Museum & Mall

The Yokohama Anpanman Children’s Museum is an interactive museum dedicated to the very popular Japanese cartoon hero Anpanman. Anpanman is a superhero whose head is made from a bean jam bun known as an anpan.

Yokohama Bay Bridge
Yokohama Bay Bridge

The greatest suspension bridge in Japan that can also be 860 m in length opened for traffic in 1989 is Yokohama Bay Bridge. Yokohama Bay Bridge is built as an important transportation route of the port physical distribution which connects Yokohama to Tokyo, and serves as a bridge of the two-layer type which connects this pastureland division to Daikoku Futo in Yokohama.

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Yokohama Chinatown
Yokohama Chinatown

Yokohama Chinatown was just as wonderful as I had hoped. They weren’t the Sesame Balls, but were still delicious We ate those Chinese Sesame balls, which are greasy balls of pounded rice, covered with sesame seeds (and lots of oil), and filled with anko (a sweet paste made out of red beans).

Yokohama Cosmo World
Yokohama Cosmo World

Have a blast at Yokohama Cosmo World, an amusement park on the waterfront. With three distinct areas, geared towards different age ranges and tastes, the park aims to be as family-friendly as possible.

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Yokohama Cup Noodles Museum
Yokohama Cup Noodles Museum

Through the museum’s many exhibits you can learn about the creative thinking of Momofuku Ando, the founder of Nissin Food Products and inventor of Chicken Ramen, the world’s first instant ramen that revolutionized eating customs all over the world.

Yokohama Hakkeijima Sea Paradise
Yokohama Hakkeijima Sea Paradise

Yokohama Hakkeijima Sea Paradise (横浜・八景島シーパラダイス, Yokohama Shīparadaisu) is an amusement park consisting of an aquarium, shopping mall, hotel, marina and amusement rides. It is located in Kanazawa-ku, Yokohama, Japan. It opened for business on May 8, 1993. It is a pay-as-you-go theme park, having no gates or admission charges.

Yokohama Landmark Tower
Yokohama Landmark Tower

The Yokohama Landmark Tower (横浜ランドマークタワー, Yokohama Randomāku Tawā) is the second tallest building and 4th tallest structure in Japan, standing 296.3 m (972 ft) high. It is located in the Minato Mirai 21 district of Yokohama city, right next to Yokohama Museum of Art.

Yokohama Marine Tower
Yokohama Marine Tower

Yokohama Marine Tower was built in 1961, as a monument of 100th anniversary opening Yokohama port. Over 25million people has visited since the tower has been built. The tower served as the symbol of Yokohama for half century, and it will remain as the symbol now and forever.

Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse
Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse

Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse Official website. The Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse is a facility that can be enjoyed shopping, gourmet and various events born from historic buildings.

Yokohama Stadium
Yokohama Stadium

Nissan Stadium (日産スタジアム, Nissan Sutajiamu), known as International Stadium Yokohama (横浜国際総合競技場, Yokohama Kokusai Sōgō Kyōgi-jō) until 2005, is a sports venue in Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan, that opened in March 1998.

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Yokohama Zoo ''Zoorasia''
Yokohama Zoo ''Zoorasia''

Zoorasia is located outside central Yokohama and is most easily accessed by Sotetsu Railways from Yokohama Station. Take a train from Yokohama to Tsurugamine Station (14 minutes, 200 yen, frequent departures) and transfer to a bus bound for the zoo (15 minutes, 410 yen, every 20 minutes).

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Yomiuriland
Yomiuriland

Parque Espana Sea Paradise Yokohama Cosmoworld Japan Update Home! Here is the station for Yomiuriland. If you get off the train and see this sign, you're in the right place! If you get off the train and see this sign, you're in the right place!

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