Shoppers and diners fill the streets of Chinatown daily. It is located in the center of Yokohama and more than 300 restaurants, food stalls, street vendors, and souvenir shops will offer you an exhausting day. In addition, it has the temple Kantei byo, built in 1873, and Daska, a theme park that will take you to Shanghai in the 1920s.
- Waterfront District
It is home to several nearby attractions. You can go to stadium from Yokohama and enjoy a good game of baseball. Discover the technology behind the production of silks and exotic costumes by visiting the Silk Museum. Take a long walk through Yamashita Park. This park occupies an extension of 22 hectares of exuberant vegetation.
- Yokohama Bay Bridge
It is one of the two bridges Yokohama pendants. It has a six-lane highway, as well as a pedestrian street, and runs for half a mile from the Yokohama Bay to Tokyo.
- Harbor View Hill Park
This park sits on top of a hill and offers stunning views of the bay and harbor. During the day, park visitors can see how the boats of the port. They can also admire the famous gardens of roses inside. After sunset, the park becomes the most romantic place for couples.
- Ramen Museum
The Shin-Yokohama Ramen Museum offers visitors a unique opportunity to learn about the history of ramen, which is a plate typical compound of wheat flour noodles with different flavors, served in a wide variety of soups vegetables or meat.
Top 10 Things to Do in Yokohama (September 2020)