Why donft you enjoy sightseeing and excursions with the Yokohama Sun Taxi?
Many Western Style buildings with full of exotic atmosphere.
You will feel just like that you're back to the good-old days.
Tin Toy Museum: Mr. Kitahara's collections of 3000 nostalgic Tin Toys from the 1890s to
Yokohama Foreigners Cemetary: Beautiful view of Yokohama Bay and cemetery on the hill for deceased foreigners.
YAMASHITA PARK Area:
You can find oceangoing vessels, one of the most beautiful views of Yokohama Port Town.
Marine Tower: Built in 1961, it celebrates the 100th anniversary of the opening of foreign
trade at Yokohama Port.
Hikawa-maru ship: Overseas passengers have made many voyages across the Pacific for 30 years.
Yokohama Doll House Museum: 9000 collections of the world's most valuable dolls are on display.
This area used to be a foreigners settlement, the look of stores and houses on streets remains at Meiji eras civilization and enlightenment time.
This is also the first place in history where ice cream was brought to Japan.
The atmosphere remains in current bars and restaurants.
Yokohama Open Port Museum: Historical records and materials are displayed, from the end of the Edo
era when Yokohama Port was opened to foreign trade, until the Showa era.
MINATO-MIRAI 21 Area:
Bay area of International Cultural City Yokohama (see photo above).
The Minatomirai 21 area, which has a beautiful contrast with the historic towns of Yamate and Kannai, has been developed as a leading information city in the 21st century.
Yokohama Museum of Art: This large building, designed by famous Japanese architect Kenzo Tange,
mainly displays important works of art from the 20th century.
When talking about Yokohama, you will recall the landmark tower, the most
iconic place in Yokohama
The most popular place for women / girls. It is said that Hamatra fashion,
which stands for Yokohama Traditional, started in Motomachi. There are
many brands and well-established stores that have been loved for many years.
In the past, Shin-Yokohama had the only image that there was a large station where the Japanese Shinkansen stopped. However, as development progresses, large hotels and many office buildings have been built, and the atmosphere of the city has changed. There is also an international stadium that can be used by 70,000 spectators for soccer, athletics, and live performances.
The city is still under development and is expected to spread to surrounding areas.
Shin Yokohama Ramen Museum: You can enjoy ramens (Chinese noodle) nationwide. Besides, you can experience
the history of Ramen.
Yokohama Arena: Famous for concerts / events / exhibitions. Many major artists, both domestic
and international, use it as a live venue.