Nice city just outside Tokyo. Would recommend 2 nights here. We stayed 4 nights but felt it was too many nights.
Yokohama to Tokyo is a short train ride. Easy to get around and most thing you can see are free and you can get to by walking.
this area is more alike the residential area. And many shops close after 8pm. So if you are looking for night life or shopping hour late till 10pm, then Yokohama is not the place for you.
But if you would like to take a day to explore the chinatown and harbor view here, I would said these two things/attractions could be the best thing to do here.
modern city, but unlike Tokyo, it has preserved a bit of the past, for example, the tiny one-man run night stalls are primitive and oldish.
Quite and least crowded city as compared to Tokyo. Public transport system and structure are well planned and developed.
Expenses for food and transport are slightly cheaper as compared to Tokyo.
Visit kamakura for temples, try the crepe along the way back to Kamakura station. To explore shops and malls near Yokohama Station alone, you'll need a day.
Train Museum in Mitsui building is a great attraction for kids. Yokohama is great for shopping and dining.
Yokohama is amazing. :) It's not as busy as Tokyo, but the architecture there is just a whole different world.
You could see the foreign influence in all those structures. And the wind is nice too, since it is near the shore. The night view is also pretty nice. :)
Peacful and quiet. Nice environment and good for business stay. Shopping available along major stations
Yokohama's quite near Tokyo abt 30 mins by train. One of interesting choices if you want to travel outside Tokyo.
When in Yokohama, make sure you go to Sparta Restaurant. They serve delectable, authentic Greek dishes.
Also, make sure you drop by the Cup Noodle Museum. Kids and adults alike will have fun. I'll always love and fall in live wuth Yokohama. I'll definitely come back.
yokohama is a good place to visit in japan. it is one of the citys that you can visit most resturants and bars.
most japaneese people do not want forgieners in there country. but yokohama is one of those places where you can visit and not be turned away at evey door you visit.
Yokohama has histrical culture by overseas and exotic atmosphere. So good mood to spend night life with partner.
Unlike in Tokyo, people in Yokohama are a lot friendlier in comparison. A random guy could just offer their assistant to snap your photo.
From my experience you don't come across this kind of people in Tokyo.
Yokohama has a variety of things to do for everybody. It is a specifically nice city at night by the sea.
The city was built to cater for tourists and have their pathways and buildings to give a more friendly feel to the visitors. There are shopping malls and theme parks for all ages. Also many museums that were more interactive than normal. Minato Mirai was very nice. The architecture was modern with some artistic sculptures around to give the streets more life. At night all the lights give a beautiful and romantic feel to them. I suggest for couples to spend time at the large pier and look at the city from a distance. Very romantic! There are lots of places to eat, nothing really in particular stands out except for the ramen museum. It had many different famous ramen stores from around Japan in one place! It also had an old Japan theme which was fun to see!
We were really impressed with all that Yokohama has to offer. A lovely clean and safe place with plenty to see.
The foreshore area was just beautiful and very pleasant to walk along and relax. Great for people watching. Would highly recommend this as a destination
An amazing and very nice city to walk around,We had to go there as we had a cruise departing from Yokohama, but I enjoyed every moment of walking around the city, great views, parks, restaurants and cruise ship terminal
I wished I stayed longer at Yokohama to really explore the tourist spots in Yokohama. It's a nice city and I only managed to go to the Sankeien Garden, Ramen Museum and Minato Mirai 21.
I will definitely come back.
I traveled to Yokohama to vist my girlfriend of only one month. We traveled all over Yokohma and stayed at the Rose Garden Hotel right in China Town.
I stayed for only 3 nights and did not want to leave. Yokohama is a beautiful place and a great area to visit.a
sauber,elegant mediteran zu emfehlen ist hübsche einkaufsstraße von motomachi uferpromenade bei nacht einfach zu fuß zwei, drei stunden ohne ziel durch die straßen wandern
The city outshines any city in the USA, the streets are pleasant to walk around day or night, the people are very pleasant and courteous , helpful to strangers
Minato Mirai 21 can be reached easily by train, the nearest station is Minato Mirai Station. I also walked back to my hotel, Sheraton Bay (near Yokohama Station) on foot as there were just so much to see around the area and the best way to experience a city is by foot! I visited the Cup Noodles Museum, Cosmo World Amusement Park, shopped at World Porter, Landmark Plaza, Queen's Square, Red Brick Warehouse, saw the retired ship at the Yokohama Port Museum and strolled along the waterfront and the promenade.
There were pretty flowers everywhere as it was Spring time when I visited and as evening sun set and the area was so beautifully lighted up by the giant ferris wheel. It sure feel very romantic strolling along the promenade, but I was there on my own. Sigh. I would definitely love to be back. In fact, I prefer Yokohama to Tokyo, any time.
yokohama is a wonderfull city that has grown through the years. they are always updating buildings and cleaning up bad locations.
it is a great city to walk around and find good things to eat and see. dont forget to see the big ferris wheel in the harbor area and there is a buildibg to go to the top and see fugi
Lived here before for 6 years...I LOVE THIS CITY. Well designed, easy to get around, great food and shopping.
There are also interesting museums for both kids and adults. Good for new couples, couples, looking to make a couple, all age groups. Also the city is clean and relatively english friendly.
since yokohama have a long history with foriners living there people are more open towards you then meny other places.
Was a great place to start my Japan trip. Not too busy and overwhelming, yet it has a great many attractions.
I loved Yokohama. The bayside area is well laid out. Go up to the 69th floor of Landmark Tower for a beautiful view.
Go before dusk to get the nice evening view, and a great nighttime view. There are hundreds and hundreds of restaurants to choose from. Amusements by the bay. Just a city with a nice atmosphere.
Great city just south of Tokyo. Good to visit and see the port life and Sea Park, but not enough to do for more than 2 days of sightseeing.
This is a city not far away TOKYO, you can select better hotel to stay in this city. Take marine every day to TOKYO will be a good option for you.
Yokohama is a place to go you can see double deck car highways, seaport, very huge china town in yokoham.
The people here are friendly enjoyable trips.
Yokohama is a quiet city in Japan, with a beautiful harbour. A nice city to visit for relaxing and sight seeing.
Chinatown in Yokohama offers the best dining place. From Yokohama, can take trains to any major cities in Japan.
Good town, stop at Yokohama station and change train to anywhere you like. Shopping centre also offer you with affordable price.