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  • 1 Yamate and Motomachi Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Motomachi JPN - Yokohama

    The Westerners who arrived here in the 19C chose to settle on the hill of Yamate. It's a peaceful place from which you can contemplate the bay at your leisure, especially from Harbour View Park. Yamate-Hon-Dori Street runs close to the Foreigners' Ce..

  • 2 Sankei-en Garden Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    58-1 Sannotani Honmoku - Naka-ku JPN - Yokohama

    The Sankei-en, a traditional Japanese-style garden which covers 175 000m2, is composed of two different parts: the outer garden, with features including a three-storey pagoda imported from Kyoto's Tomyo-ji Temple (1457) and a traditional house from t..

  • 3 Chinatown Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    JPN - Yokohama

    The most famous entrance to Chinatown is the red and gold Goodwill Gate, one of the ten gates demarcating the limits of Japan's largest Chinese district. All the gates were built following feng shui principles and are adorned with brightly coloured g..

  • 4 Landmark Tower Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    JPN - Yokohama

    The exuberant architecture of Minato Mirai 21, a seafront area that has grown up around the docks, is dominated by the Landmark Tower. This 70-floor tower reaches a height of 296m and affords a unique viewpoint from which you can make out Mt Fuji on ..

  • 5 Yokohama Silk Museum

    Museums and art

    1 Yamashita-cho - Silk Center - 2F - Naka-ku JPN - Yokohama

    It may look a little outmoded, but this museum gives an interesting insight into the world of silk, from silkworm to making a kimono. It takes between 3 000 and 9 000 cocoons - according to the size, the width of the sleeves and the complexity of the..

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