As Yokohama was the first port to be opened in Japan after over 250 years of isolation, it became the birthplace of Japan’s modern culture.
Introducing the old-school shopping streets of this charming port city.
One of the most iconic districts in the city, the area hosts a plethora of small bars & restaurants that are tightly packed into a neighborhood that never sleeps.
Yokohama has a lot on a tap for every visitor, from experiencing traditional culture to exciting tourism destinations.
March 24th(Sat.) to June 3rd(Sun.), 2018
Apr.27 (Fri.) to May 6 (Sun.), 2018
May 3 (Thu.) 2018 *Postponed to May 4 in case of heavy rain.
Explore a huge number of tourist spots befitting of a port town, not to mention ample opportunities to experience Japanese culture.
Discover traditional performing arts or tour a factory or museum to learn about cutting edge science and technologies.
Enjoy the thrills of amusement parks and hands-on learning facilities that are a hit with the whole family.
Treat yourself to various gastronomical delights, from famous local cuisine to Japanese food, Chinese food, and izakaya pubs.
Experience Japanese nightlife in Yokohama's bars, clubs and restaurants.
Enjoy shopping for any budget, from traditional shopping arcades to high end department stores and outlet malls.
Indulge in luxurious hot springs and spa treatments to rejuvenate and recharge.
Enjoy a picnic or barbeque in one of the city's beautiful parks with both ocean and greenery or watch one of the city's professional sports teams in action.
Yokohama Visitors Guide