Hotel Grand Sun Yokohama

8-122 Chojamachi Naka-ku, Yokohama, Kanagawa, Kanto, 231-0033, Japan | Hotel
Prices starting from $54.00

Travel Blogs from Yokohama

A Day By The Seaside!

A travel blog entry by paulhaydon


... see the marina side of Yokohama. A beautiful city to go along with the beautiful view. I'd highly recommend checking this out when in Yokohama.

After viewing the Marine Tower Observation Deck, It was time to head down to Yamashita Park. Yamashita Park is just a stunning park along the waterfront of the marina in Yokohama. Littered with huge fountains and architecture for about half a mile. Lots of little walk ways and areas to chill out in in some rather ...

A day in Shibuya

A travel blog entry by wheresgordon

... took my camera backpack with me to The Dandy.

With a little help, I found the Dandy. I took the elevator up to Registration on the 6th floor. As soon as I stepped out of the elevator I was confronted with tatami mats, which you're never supposed to walk on in your shoes. I off my shoes and put them in the shoe lockers nearby and took the key. I then got in the line at Registration.

Nobody at Registration spoke English ...

Oedonsen bath house!

A travel blog entry by bahr-san


... over the place for places where you might stay for a long time like over night or something so restaurants and stores you don’t need to take your shoes off. But in the hostel and Oedonsen we had to. We checked in and got our keys for the locker rooms which we would change into our yukatas that we got. The keys also worked as a sort of credit card where whatever we bought during the night we would pay for in the morning. I got a pamphlet on how to change ...

Matthew's Travels

A travel blog entry by diannezim


I'm Matthew Zimmer, today’s guest blogger. I went off on my own in Japan, and visited more areas than my parents. The largest difference between my trip and theirs was that I had the Japan Rail pass, which allowed me to take as many trains I cared too. With it, I travelled overland from Kobe to Yokohama, instead of my parent’s journey by sea.

My first stop was in Osaka, to pick up the rail ...

Art, art and more art

A travel blog entry by aussiepanda


The typhoon came to nothing overnight and for that both everyone in and around Tokyo and us are truly grateful. Although it rained on and off all day it was never that heavy and it kept the temp and humidity down.

First stop was the Mitsui Memorial Museum. This is the collection of the fabulously wealthy family that founded Mitsui, once textile merchants but now more know for banking. Some ...


This hotel, located in the Gu area of Yokohama, is near Nogeyama Zoo, Yokohama Stadium, Yokohama Port Opening Hall, and Kanagawa Prefectural Museum.
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