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Kanagawa | 4.0h
Is this Japan!? The Unique and Exotic Culture of Yokohama

Explore a city with a mixture of international cultures and history!

Japan did not have any international relationship (due to the national isolation policy) between the 17 to 19th centuries for about 200 years. About 150 years ago, Yokohama was chosen as the "Opening Port to the World". Until then, Yokohama had been a small village living off agriculture and fishing, but the day, the port led to a rapid increase in the influx of international culture.
Yokohama has a beautiful park, an architecture full of Western culture, a Chinatown where you can eat and walk around, and a museum that tells the history of ships. All of those can only be experienced in Yokohama.
On this tour, you'll learn about Yokohama's history from its opening to the present!


・You can enjoy the harmony of beautiful flowers and Western architecture at the English garden and rose garden
・You can enjoy the spectacular view from the observation deck that overlooks the Port of Yokohama.
・You can go inside historical western architecture from various countries and feel the life of the time.
・You can stroll through Japan's largest Chinatown and enjoy foods.
・You can learn about the history of Yokohama and the development of Japanese nautical technology.


・Harbor View Park: This park is located on a hill overlooking the Port of Yokohama, and offers a view of the Yokohama Bay Bridge and large passenger ships. You can see the entire Yokohama port from here. The park also has an English and rose gardens. It is one of the most famous places in Yokohama!
・Bluff No.111: This is a western building overlooking the rose garden at Harbor View Park. Since the couple who built this building were united by roses, the decorations in the building also feature a rose motif.It is one of the many Western-style buildings in Yokohama with excellent views and storytelling.
・British House Yokohama: This house built 80 years ago as the official residence of the British Consul General. The house was designed to reflect the authority of the British at the time. With the flowers in the garden and the building in the background, it's a great place to take pictures.
・Yokohama Chinatown: One of Japan's largest Chinatowns, with 19 million visitors annually. There are more than 500 Chinese restaurants and other shops lined up for you to enjoy eating and walking around.
・NYK Maritime Museum: This museum is operated by Japan's largest shipping company, NYK, and offers a bird's-eye view of 130 years of NYK's history. You can see the development of the Port of Yokohama, and the history of the company's journey from Yokohama to the world.
・Kanagawa Prefectural Museum of Cultural History: Looking back on the history of Yokohama that we've covered during the tour.The museum is a great place to learn about the history of the It's also noteworthy for its architecture, which used to be a bank with more than 100 years of history.


・The tour ending location will differ from the starting location. If you would like to change the ending location, please consult with your tour guide.
・Please note that the spot "Bluff No.111" is closed on the second Wednesday and "British House Yokohama" is closed on the fourth Wednesday. In case of temporary closure of other spots, the spot may be changed to other spots.

Expenses Not Included

The travel expense is not included in the tour fee. Please bring extra money to experience this tour to its fullest.
(Entrance fees, transportation fees, activity fees, etc. - at least about JPY700 /person)

Meeting Point

Motomachi Chukagai Station, Exit 6

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