Tired of the constant hustle and bustle of Tokyo? Want to escape the big city for a few hours to unwind? Try a Yokohama day trip from Tokyo! See Minato Mirai, Cosmo World, Sky Garden Observatory and Chinatown. Visit Yokohama today!

Yokohama Day Trip from Tokyo

Tired of the constant hustle and bustle of Tokyo? Want to escape the big city for a few hours to unwind? Try a Yokohama day trip from Tokyo! See Minato Mirai, Cosmo World, Sky Garden Observatory and Chinatown. Visit Yokohama today!

21 Best Places and Things To Do in Yokohama

21 Best Places and Things To Do in Yokohama

Shomyoji: Hidden Temple of Yokohama - Japan Talk

Shomyoji: Hidden Temple of Yokohama - Japan Talk

Where To Eat in Yokohama!? 10 Must-Try Food In Yokohama, Japan

Where To Eat in Yokohama!? 10 Must-Try Food In Yokohama, Japan

Visit this cheerful Chinatown in the heart of Yokohama Japan. This a a great place to start your day if you're planning a trip to Yokohama. via @WabiSabiKatie

Visit this cheerful Chinatown in the heart of Yokohama Japan. This a a great place to start your day if you're planning a trip to Yokohama. via @WabiSabiKatie

Cherry blossoms from momiji: Sankeien Gardens, Yokohama, Japan  stunning!

Cherry blossoms from momiji: Sankeien Gardens, Yokohama, Japan stunning!

Cup Noodles Museum, fun, interactive museum in Yokohama, Japan, make your own cup noodles, factory, park, museum, history, momofuku ando

Cup Noodles Museum, fun, interactive museum in Yokohama, Japan, make your own cup noodles, factory, park, museum, history, momofuku ando

Where to Eat in Yokohama

The Top 10 Restaurants In Yokohama, Japan

Where to Eat in Yokohama

Yokohama Minato Mirai 21 : Yoyo plaza: The place here is an open space where LANDMARK TOWER (the highest building in Japan) and Queen's Square (shopping mall and hotel) are connected.

Yokohama Minato Mirai 21 : Yoyo plaza: The place here is an open space where LANDMARK TOWER (the highest building in Japan) and Queen's Square (shopping mall and hotel) are connected.

Yokohama Chinatown. In 1859, when the sea port opened in Yokohama, many Chinese immigrants arrived in Japan and formed settlements. Later, ferry services from Yokohama to Shanghai and Hong Kong were started. Many Chinese traders came to Japan and built a Chinese school, Chinese community centre, and various other facilities in what represented the beginning of Chinatown.

Yokohama Chinatown. In 1859, when the sea port opened in Yokohama, many Chinese immigrants arrived in Japan and formed settlements. Later, ferry services from Yokohama to Shanghai and Hong Kong were started. Many Chinese traders came to Japan and built a Chinese school, Chinese community centre, and various other facilities in what represented the beginning of Chinatown.

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