Kishamichi Promenade

Outdoors and Sports

Kishamichi Promenade

A promenade made by overhauling a dead track used by the former Japan National Railways that opened in 1911. It consists of three bridges connecting the Nihonmaru Memorial Park to the Shinko area. Skyscrapers of the Minatomirai area can be viewed from this 500-meter long boardwalk. Rubblework constructed at the time of the opening of the railways, a US-made railroad bridge and other historical structures are left in their original places. The Unga Park located at the end of Kisha Michi in the Shinko area has a plaza facing the promenade.



Minato Mirai 21 / Sakuragi-cho


2, Shinko, Naka-ku, Yokohama, 231-0001

Closest Railway Station

"Sakuragicho Station" (JR Keihin-Tohoku Negishi Line / Yokohama Municipal Subway)
"Bashamichi Station" (Minato-Mirai Line)