Yokohama: The second largest city in Japan by population after Tokyo. Yokohama’s population of 3.7 million makes it Japan’s largest incorporated city. It is the capital city of Kanagawa Prefecture.
Kawasaki: A city located between Tokyo and Yokohama. It is the 9th most populated city in Japan.
*Yokohama Column written by an American gentleman… Click here to read!
Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse, Naka-ku
The historical architecture built in Meiji era. The warehouse has been renovated and reopened as the complex including shops, restaurants, live house and event venues in 2002.
Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse Christmas Market
Held from November 25 until December 25, 2017.
Taken by Sachiko Takao
Minato Mirai 21, Nishi-ku/Naka-ku
The central business district of Yokohama.
All the office buildings in the area come together to turn the entire district into a single illuminated display. It lasts for just one day.
Roller coaster? No, this is a SCULPTURE! A work of Hisayuki Mogami, a Japanese sculptor. See this for more details! *Taken by Sosen Imai
Bankokubashi Bridge, Naka-ku
A concrete arch bridge between Red Brick Warehouse area and Bashamichi area. It was first built in 1904 and reconstructed in 1940.
Motomachi consists mainly of the Motomachi Shopping Street, a five-block long stretch of boutiques and shops, well known in Japan for its cosmopolitan atmosphere, original fashion, and Western influence.
Taken by Isao Tokuhashi
Yamashita Park, Naka-ku
A public park which is famous for its waterfront views of the Port of Yokohama.
Taken by Sonoe Azuma
The home of Keio University‘s 2 campuses and Keio Business School.
Yokohama Stadium, Naka-ku
It opened in 1978 and holds 30,000 people. It is primarily used for baseball and is the home field of the Yokohama DeNA BayStars.
Taken by Isao Tokuhashi
Maioka Park, Totsuka-ku
Totsuka-ku is one of the 18 wards of the city of Yokohama.
Harbor View Park, Naka-ku
Opened in 1962 at the former site of the British and French soldiers’ barracks.
Near Todoroki Stadium, Kawasaki
Yokohama Bay Bridge, Naka-ku/Tsurumi-ku
An 860-metre-long cable stayed bridge. Opened September 27, 1989.
Somewhere in Yokohama
Yokohama Chinatown, Naka-ku
The largest Chinatown not only in Japan but also in Asia.
Taken by K-2 Style
A cruise ship owned and operated by Princess Cruises, a cruise line based in the US. It was built in Nagasaki by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries.
Yokohama Port Cruising
Africa Heritage Festival, Aoba-ku
Held in Tama Plaza area on June 11 & 12, 2016
Yamate Jubankan, Naka-ku
French restaurant & cafe opened in 1967.
Yokohama Kawaii Park: May 3 – 6, 2016
Happy Chinese New Year!
Yokohama Mazu Temple *Taken by Rodger Sono (Pirates of Tokyo Bay)
Kawasaki Halloween Parade
Osanbashi Pier, Naka-ku
The main international passenger pier at the Port of Yokohama
Taken by John Matthews
Japanese museum ship, which used to be a training ship for the cadets of the Japanese merchant marine. The ship was built in Kobe in 1930 and became a museum in 1984.
Hard Rock Cafe Yokohama, Nishi-ku
Located near Landmark Tower. See http://www.hardrock.com/cafes/yokohama/.