Yamashita Park (山下公園) is a public park along Yokohama's waterfront. The park was built using landfill from the remains of buildings destroyed in the Great Kanto Earthquake of 1923.
Yamashita Park is a 3-minute walk from the Motomachi-Chukagai Station (Minatomirai Line); a 1-minute walk from the Yamashita Koen-mae bus stop on City Bus #26, departing from the Sakuragi-cho Station (JR or Yokohama City Subway)
The elegant building facing Yamashita Park, is one of the oldest hotels in Yokohama: the Hotel New Grand.
The Star Hotel, right in front of Yamashita Park, shows gives excellent value for money.
Navios Yokohama is a reasonably priced hotel in an excellent location in the Aka-Renga Shoping District. The view from the guest..
The Café at the Hotel New Grand faithfully sticks to Weil’s original seafood doria recipe. Why don’t you try this legendary di..
A great buffet of Chinese dumplings in the heart of Yokohama's Chinatown
Aoba is a casual and friendly restaurant situated on a convenient side street in Yokohama Chinatown. The food they serve is really..
Osanbashi Pier is home to Yokohama's International Passenger Terminal (橋国際客船ターミナル), otherwise known as Osanbashi- or Yokohama Port. Lo..
Yokohama Chinatown, also known as Yokohama Chukagai, is Japan’s largest Chinatown. An enclave of Chinese shops and restaurants has stood in this section..
Known as the first Western style park in Japan, Yokohama Park opened in 1875 which was designed by British technologist, Richard Henry Brunton. Tulips..