- Tour the most popular Yokohama spots in private transportation
- Learn about the city from a knowledgeable local guide
- Enjoy spectacular views of Yokohama
Are you disembarking in the port of Yokohama during your cruise and wondering where to visit? See the most popular spots in Yokohama on a one-day tour in private transportation, accompanied by an English-speaking guide.
Join our one-day tour of Yokohama and discover its colorful historical, cultural and gastronomic background.
*Departure times may vary.
9:00 am Depart from Yokohama Port
9:15 am Explore Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse
10:15 am Explore Nihonmaru and Minatomirai area of Yokohama, an urban seaside area, popular among the Japanese and tourists due to its great location along the seaside. You can enjoy a walk around the beautiful gardens with a view of the bay area
11.15 am Proceed on to Yokohama Chinatown, the largest Chinatown in Japan and to the proposed Indian restaurant for North/South Indian cuisine
Restaurant: Nakshatra (self-pay)
1:15 pm Head to Sankein Garden
1:30 pm Explore the Sankeien Garden, a spacious Japanese style garden in southern Yokohama which exhibits historic buildings from across Japan and several tea houses
3:00 pm Head to Yokohama Landmark Tower Sky Garden
(Or: Visit the Cup Noodle Museum and make your own noodles instead!)
3:30 pm Reach the highest observation deck in Yokohama via the country’s fastest elevator which whisks you up to the 69th floor in just under 40 seconds. Once you’ve arrived, enjoy the 360-degree panoramic view of the city, extending all the way to Tokyo and even Mt. Fuji on a clear day
4:30 pm Head back to Yokohama Port
5:00 pm Reach Yokohama Port
This tour includes
- English-speaking guide
- Private transportation (private cab, Toyota Alphard, Hi-Ace van - depending on the number of passengers)
This tour does NOT include
- Admission fees
- Food and drinks
Know before you book
7 days prior - free of charge
6-2 days prior - 40%
1 day prior – 50 %
On the day – 100 %
No-show – 100 %
The meeting point is at Yokohama Port.