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Around 3,600,000 people call this place home.
It is located 18 miles southwest of the country's capital, Tokyo, and 10 miles north of Kamakura.
If your holiday is all about the whole family, outings to Yokohama Cosmo World and Hakkeijima Sea Paradise will most definitely put huge smiles on everyone's faces! If you're up for a bit more excitement, the Anpanman Museum and Yomiuriland are a couple of additional options.
Discover the animals, big and small, that call the Nogeyama Zoo and the Zoorasia Yokohama Zoological Gardens home. You can also immerse yourself in the world of some of our most fascinating wildlife at the Makigahara Children's Zoo and the Kanazawa Zoo.
Do you and your friends enjoy a drink or three? Enquire about any upcoming tours and have a chat to the accomplished brewers at the Kirin Beer Village.
This area takes its plant collecting seriously, so there are a number of places where you can go and see botanic species from both regional and international environments. A walk around the magnificent gardens at the Sankei-en Park and the Shomyoji Temple is not to be missed. For those travellers who are more dedicated, the Samuel Cocking Garden and the Ikuta Ryokuchi Rose Garden also have some delightful displays.
Lay out a rug and watch the clouds drift by at an oasis of greenery like Yamashita Park and the Nihon Minka-En. Kishine Park and Mitsuike Park are also well-known meeting points for locals and visitors alike.
Tourist Information Center at Sangyo Boeki Center is a great starting point for your visit. Here, you'll discover a wealth of information, including ideas for excursions, the top restaurants to check out and so much more.
Bask in the splendid views as you watch intermittent ripples on the tranquil water at the Koshigoe Fishing Port.
Yokohama has a range of nature reserves, such as Enoshima Iwaya Caves and Nojma Park. Yokohama Children Park and Negishi Forest Park are two more that are worth visiting.
Whether you want to find out something new or just unwind in the calm setting, the Yokohama Museum of Art and the Shinyokohama Raumen Museum ought to fit the bill. Remember to enquire about one-off happenings! If you've got the time, also go to the Museum of Japanese Houses and the Cupnoodles Museum.
Boats have played a huge role in the history of many countries. Discover how the region was shaped by these adventurous sailors at the Yokohama Port Museum. For even more interesting stories from the seven seas, continue your voyage to the NYK Maritime Museum and the Japan Coast Guard Museum.
The intriguing scientific artefacts and displays at the Mitsubishi Minatomirai Industrial Museum and the Toshiba Science Museum are bound to get your brain buzzing. For even more from the incredible world of science, you should also consider the Earth Science Museum. Make sure you ask about any temporary exhibitions that might be on.
In a place that's overflowing with wonderful art collections, the Kanagawa Prefectural Kanazawa Bunko Museum and the Kamakura Museum of National Treasures manage to stand out from the bunch. The Museum of Modern Art, Kamakura and Hayama and the Hiratsuka Museum of Art shouldn't be missed either.
Step back in time and uncover the events and characters that have contributed to the growth of the Yokohama region at the Yokohama Archives of History and the Yokohama History Museum. For even more insight into the days of old, also plan an excursion to the Hasseiden Museum and the Yokohama Museum of EurAsianCultures.
Gain a deeper understanding of times gone by when you stop by the Red Brick Warehouse and the Open-Air Folk House Museum. If you're eager for more, the Enno-ji Temple and Kaiko Takeshi Memorial Hall should be next on the list.
Visitors interested in learning about the city's religious heritage should stop by the Kawasaki Daishi and Wakamiya Hachiman-gu Shrine. Sacred Heart Cathedral and the Sojiji Temple are some other important places of worship to look into.
Don't pack your bags just yet, there are still a few surprises in store! Have you paid a visit to Snova Mizonokuchi and Snova Shinyokohama yet? Or you could also check out the Hikawa Maru and the Kamakura City Library.