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Yokohama is Japan’s second largest city and is home to over 3.6 million people. Visitors staying in Yokohama are conveniently located near historic and cultural attractions, including Tokyo, Kamukura, Hakone, and Mount Fuji. The city also features the largest Chinatown in Japan, bursting with authentic Chinese cuisine from hundreds of restaurants. Parking is available at the hotel.

Nearest Airport

Haneda International Airport: 18 miles/30 kilometers, 20 minutes; Narita International Airport: 56 miles/90 kilometers, 60 minutes.

Hotel Address

10, Yamashita-cho, Yokohama

Japan 231-8520

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    Edo-Tokyo Museum

    Experience the history of Tokyo's Edo period at the Edo-Tokyo Museum.

  • Hama Rikyu Gardens

    Hama Rikyu Gardens

    Explore the wonderfully landscaped grounds of this Edo-period historic site.

  • Japan Coast Guard Museum Yokohama

    Japan Coast Guard Museum Yokohama

    Experience the history of the Japanese Coast Guard at this impressive museum.

  • Kanagawa Kenmin Hall

    Kanagawa Kenmin Hall

    Attend a thrilling performance at the Kanagawa Kenmin Hall.

  • Kanagawa Prefectural Museum Of Cultural History

    Kanagawa Prefectural Museum of Cultural History

    Discover the history of the region at the Kanagawa Prefectural Museum of Cultural History.

  • Koishikawa Botanical Garden

    Koishikawa Botanical Garden

    Explore the amazing variety of plant life on display at the Koishikawa Botanical Garden.

  • Koishikawa Korakuen

    Koishikawa Korakuen

    Experience the tranquility of this 17th-century garden.

  • NYK Hikawa Maru

    NYK Hikawa maru

    Explore Japan's naval heritage from World War II at the NYK Hikawa maru.

  • National Museum Of Western Art

    National Museum of Western Art

    Experience art from the likes of Renoir, Van Gogh, and Picasso at this amazing museum.

  • Nikolai Cathedral

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  • Nogi Jinja Shrine

    Nogi Jinja Shrine

    Experience this historic Shinto kami.

  • Rikugien Garden

    Rikugien Garden

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  • Sengakuji Temple

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    Discover the resting place of the historic 47 Rōnin samurai.

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  • Sumida Aquarium

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  • Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum

    Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum

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  • Tokyo National Museum

    Tokyo National Museum

    Explore Japan's national heritage at this remarkable cultural institution.

  • Tokyo Skytree

    Tokyo Skytree

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  • Tokyo Tower

    Tokyo Tower

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  • Tsukiji Fish Market

    Tsukiji Fish Market

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  • Ueno Onshi Park

    Ueno Onshi Park

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  • Ueno Zoo

    Ueno Zoo

    Discover the wide variety of animals at Japan's most historic zoo.

  • Yokohama Chinatown

    Yokohama Chinatown

    Explore the unique heritage of this historic neighborhood.

  • Yokohama Cup Noodles Museum

    Yokohama Cup Noodles Museum

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  • Yokohama Marine Tower

    Yokohama Marine Tower

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  • Yokohama Omoshiro Aquarium

    Yokohama Omoshiro Aquarium

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  • Zojoji Temple

    Zojoji Temple

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