Known in Japanese as ‘Negishi Shinrin Koen’, this is one of the largest parks in Yokohama with a surface area covering over 1800 square meters. Originally built as a racing track in 1867, it was home to the first western style horse racing in Japan. However, after the Second World War it was redeveloped into a golf course by occupation forces. Its fortunes were changed once again in 1977 when it was officially opened by Yokohama city as Negishi Forest Park.
HOTEL MYSTAYS Yokohama, a great location for exploring the seaside
Come and experience a relaxing drink while gazing out over Yokohama’s Ookagawa River in a trendy new ‘living hub’ known as Tinys
The elegant building facing Yamashita Park, is one of the oldest hotels in Yokohama: the Hotel New Grand.
Perfect for couples or groups (up to 12 people), Masago provides enticing kaiseki dining that is delicious and artistic. Try their classic Japanese-style..
Peace Cafe boasts a delicious and colorful vegan menu. You won't be disappointed by the Hawaiian-inspired cafe where you can try Mexican taco salad,..
Enjoy high-quality authentic Chinese food such as dim sum, congee, and noodles at MS. CASABLANCA. This casual Chinese dining space is chic and comfortable,..
In 1859, when the port of Yokohama opened to foreign trade, silk was the country's largest export. In 1909, Japan was the world's premier silk..
Yokohama Chinatown, also known as Yokohama Chukagai, is Japan’s largest Chinatown. An enclave of Chinese shops and restaurants has stood in this section..
Yokohama Stadium is located in Naka-ku, Yokohama, and is a multi-purpose stadium. These are quite rare these days. Yokohama Stadium opened in 1978 and..
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