Kanagawa Plaza for Global Citizenship (Earth Plaza)

Art and Museums, Family Activities

Kanagawa Plaza for Global Citizenship (Earth Plaza)

Kanagawa Plaza for Global Citizenship (or "Earth Plaza") is a prefectural, multi-purpose facility opened in February, 1998 in Sakae-ku, a ward of Yokohama.

Kanagawa Plaza for Global Citizenship has the nickname "Earth Plaza". This nickname got its inspiration from two things -"earth" and "tomorrow" (asu in Japanese) . It incorporates the feeling of "Think about the future of the earth."

"Global Citizens" are people who think daily about solving global issues, such as peace, the environment and poverty. Global Citizens view themselves as members of all the earth's living things and act locally to address these issues.



Minato Mirai 21/Sakuragi-cho


The exhibition rooms (5F):9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
*Closed:Mondays (open on holidays), Year-end holidays and New Year holidays

*Please check the official website for information on temporary closures.
*Restaurants, cafes, and other in-house facilities are closed on other days.


1-2-1 Kosugaya Sakae-ku Yokohama





Información de la entrada

5 Floor : Adults 400yen, Students 200yen, Children 100yen

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