Yokohama area by area
Yokohama is often ignored by many tourists although it is so close to Tokyo that it can be considered such a "enormous neighborhood" of Tokyo and therefore it's very easy to get there.
Many people think that it isn't n
Many think it is nothing but a "commuter town" of Tokyo, actually there are some very interesting and fascinating areas. I remind that it is the second
biggest city in Japan, even more than Osaka, it has almost 4 million inhabitants.
Perhaps my mind is conditioned because it is the city where I spent the first day of my life in Japan, but I love this city.
Along with Nagasaki and Hakodate, it is a "unique" city in Japan, infact these 3 cities were the ones chosen by the government to "open" their harbours to foreign trade while the rest of the country remained isolated.
How to get there
Information and tips about how to get to Yokohama
Where to stay
Recommended hotels and budget accommodation in Yokohama
chinese district famous for its restaurants
Minato Mirai 21
the most famous area of Yokohama
area north of city where the Museum of Ramen is located
the area of the famous Yamashita park (Yamashita koen)
the old neighborhood of "Westerners"
the area around the main station of the city