Yokohama Park is the second oldest park in Yokohama after Yamate Park and was opened to the public in 1897. With the construction of Yokohama Stadium, the dilapidated facilities of the park were renovated and a Japanese garden-style pond and creek, a fountain and a river were renovated Multipurpose space expanded.
Around 140,000 tulips of around 70 varieties will be planted in Yokohama Park in November. The flowering time varies depending on the variety, but depending on the weather, the tulips are usually in full bloom from the beginning to the end of April. The park is a particularly popular travel destination at this time.
3-minute walk from Nihon Odori Station (Minatomirai Line)
Buy a little something in the shadow of Yokohama Stadium at the Port Opening Bazaar.
To properly see Yokohama, you need a good quality hotel with a central location. Hotel MyStays Yokohama Kannai is my first choice...
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.
The Shin-Yokohama Ramen Museum combines museum with foodcourt with ramen to create an educational and filling event. The museum opened in 1994 and is..
Craving Southern-style barbecue? Come to Midtown BBQ and satisfy your insatiable hunger with a huge platter of meat.
Yokohama Chinatown, also known as Yokohama Chukagai, is Japan’s largest Chinatown. An enclave of Chinese shops and restaurants has stood in this section..
The NYK Maritime Museum is a museum in Naka-ku, Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan, dedicated to the maritime history of Japan and of the museum..
Yokohama International Passenger Terminal, also known as Osanbashi or Yokohama Port, is located at Osanbashi Pier. Osanbashi Pier, located between Minato..