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Yokohama

Interesting
Yokohama
The Essential
Interesting
A century and a half ago Yokohama consisted of just a few fishermen's shacks on the banks of Tokyo Bay, 30km south of the capital. The sleepy village of 600 inhabitants was roused by the trade treaty between the US and Japan in 1853 and transformed into a major commercial port, going on to become Japan's second biggest city. This cosmopolitan hub has a Chinatown, European districts and a dazzling seafront development, Minato Mirai 21, which has its sights firmly set on the future.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Yokohama

Landmark Tower Landmark Tower
Landmark Tower
Yokohama
1:30
Sankei-en Garden Sankei-en Garden
Sankei-en Garden
Yokohama
1:30
Chinatown Chinatown
Chinatown
Yokohama
1:30
Yamate and Motomachi Yamate and Motomachi
Yamate and Motomachi
Yokohama
1:30
Yokohama Silk Museum
Yokohama Silk Museum
Yokohama
1:00