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Attractions Overview of Yokohama
Yokohama, which is full of high-rise buildings, is the seat of the prefectural office of Kanagawa Prefecture, and it is also the second largest city in Japan by population and third largest by area. This busy and modern port city has beautiful harbour views, Western-style buildings and the busiest Chinatown in Japan. Many people think that Yokohama is a part of Tokyo because of the extremely convenient transportation connection with the urban area of Tokyo, and the level of urban development is similar, but the locals of Yokohama are very proud of their hometown. Yokohama is famous for its romantic night scene, which is very suitable for a day trip from Tokyo. At the same time, because of its large performance venues, many groupies come here to watch concerts. In addition, due to its proximity to Kamakura and Hakone, it is also a popular route to visit Yokohama, Kamakura, and Hakone.
Most of Yokohama's attractions are related to the history of the fusion of various civilizations after its opening, concentrated in the Yokohama Station to the bay area. Among them, the most famous scenic spot is Japan's largest Chinatown. Along the Chinatown, you can stroll to Yamatecho, which is full of Western-style buildings. The Western-style buildings here witness the history of the opening of Yokohama. If you want to experience the romantic petty art atmosphere in Yokohama, the red brick warehouse next to the harbor is definitely the best choice. When night falls, the red brick warehouse and the Ferris wheel echo each other in the brilliance, weaving a beautiful picture.
Yokohama offers plenty of opportunities to experience Japanese culture, including traditional culture and pop culture. Learn about Japan's love for nature at one of the city's gardens or delve into the spiritual side of Japan by participating in the tea ceremony or Zen meditation or taking in a traditional performing art. You can also dress up in a traditional kimono and be transported to a bygone era as you explore the city by rickshaw. Yokohama offers more than just traditional culture. It calls home to a number of truly unique museums, including food themed ones and others where you can enjoy internationally acclaimed Japanese anime.