The capital of Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan’s second largest city, will offer all of it’s visitors the breezy bay front, creative art scene, jazz clubs and multiple microbreweries to enjoy in. Yokohama remains popular among expats, with it’s many appealing attractions, including one of the world’s largest chinatowns.
Stroll around the narrow and colorful streets of chinatown learning how to bargain. Visit The Kanteibyo temple constructed in 1873, dedicated to the Chinese god of good business and prosperity. After a long walk leave the time to enjoy the main attraction of the Yokohama Chinatown – it’s unique cuisine.
Start your day at Sankeien, a spacious Japanese style garden built by Hara Sankei and opened in 1904. Explore a number of historic buildings from across Japan, in this lovely open space and then head to the city core. Let your professional photographer in Yokohama, capture the vivid atmosphere of the seaside urban area Minato Mirai 21, known as the harbour of the future with it’s most recognizable feature, the Landmark Tower.