Navios Yokohama

Address: 2-1-1 Shinko Naka-ku, Yokohama, Kanagawa, Kanto, 231-0001, Japan | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the みなとみらい21 area of Yokohama, is near Red Brick Warehouse, Yokohama Cosmo World, Nippon Maru, and Yokohama Port Opening Hall.
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      Ueno and Yokohama

      A travel blog entry by kalila.bolton on Aug 29, 2014

      6 photos

      ... in the middle of the park. Apparently, this is extremely popular in Japan!

      The next day, we ventured to Yokohama, Japan`s `second city`, and host to the 2002 World Cup Final. We started our visit with a ferry around the bay. Despite the rain, the skyline was stunning from the water, with huge glass skyscrapers aswell as green open spaces. The highlight of our day was definitely the landmark tower, Japan`s second tallest ...

      Odaiba 'beach' resort

      A travel blog entry by johnnym on Sep 06, 2013

      10 photos

      ... by, a great number noiselessly, presumably running on electricity. Neon lights light up buildings, while people busy around. It's fabulous. Tomorrow in Nikko should be different-or at least, by the time I get out to Zen hostel it should, the promised river and beach are waiting, as is a home made pizza with fresh vegetables. Really you ought to be able to sell that as just vegetables, on the grounds that off veg doesn't make a pizza so much as waste, ...

      Garden of Many Delights

      A travel blog entry by sueanddale on Jun 05, 2013

      5 photos

      ... s is larger) and we stopped there for a Dim Sum lunch that seemed to have a never ending number of courses. After lunch, we ended the day in the beautiful Sankeien Gardens, built by a wealthy silk merchant in the late 1800's and early 1900's. Part of the garden was opened to the public in 1906, but the family lived in the other private portion. Now the both parts are open, and as well as the amazing ponds and garden, the forested slopes of the ...

      Philosophy Moments: Being a Baka-Gaijin

      A travel blog entry by chiguire on Apr 15, 2013

      1 comment, 1 photo

      ... your nose in public or anywhere is an absolute faux-pas. 'Nose-****', as it is called, or any bodily fluid (sweat, tears) should not be shown in public. Accidentally, we would sometimes forget, start blowing our noses and stop abruptly, suddenly remembering the rule. This, of course, made it worse…Luckily, at least in Tokyo, there are posters to explain to you some do's and don'ts, like the one here...



      A travel blog entry by lewnwdc on Sep 27, 2012

      26 photos

      ... exorbitant 2,000 yen ($25.64) for a ticket to the lower observation level at 350 meters (1,148 feet). There’s an upper observation deck at 450 meters (1,476 feet). I had read you need a separate ticket for that level, so I asked to get both. But the lady replied that you have to buy the second ticket upstairs in the lower observation level. Oh gawd. Another line. Annoying. Why can’t you buy both tickets here after already standing in line for an hour? Stupid, ...