Yokohama is more than a port city - It’s a very popular tourist destination as well. It has two aspects that coexist within the city – old townscapes that tell how Japan incorporated the culture of the West in the mid-19th century and contemporary urban spaces with the 21st century perspective. Place the cursor on the map of Yokohama above and click on a popular destination, you’ll see brief information on the place.
The capital of Japan, Tokyo, is only a short distance by train. Cruise ship passengers often inquire about how to get to places in Tokyo - Below are some of the frequently asked destinations.
One of the world’s biggest electronics quarters, this area is visited by many foreign tourists.Often called “Akiba” nowadays, it also has many stores that sell anime-related products.
One of the major railway stations of the capital city. A total of 30 lines including subways stop at this station, with the average daily traffic accommodating 3000 trains. From here, you can travel to various places in Tokyo.
The residence of the Emperor of Japan. Formerly a castle, it is surrounded by a moat, rich in greenery and trees. Being in the middle of office buildings, it gives the feel of the Samurai age. It is a short walk from the Tokyo Station.
One of the most lively business and commercial quarters of Tokyo. The skyscrapers accommodate some of Japan’s leading companies and world-name brand boutiques. With places like the several museums of art, Roppongi is becoming one of the major cultural centers.