Yokohama Intl Passenger Terminal, Yokohama

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Explore walkways and green spaces at Yokohama Intl Passenger Terminal, originally constructed in 1894 and rebuilt in 2002 using modern design that imitates the movement of water with natural materials. This pier is ideal for long strolls, which ensure a chance to soak in expansive skyline views and discover many shops and restaurants below the walking area. Though all international cruise ships docking in Yokohama use this terminal, it remains an enjoyable site for all travelers, not just seafaring ones. Using our international travel planner, Yokohama attractions like Yokohama Intl Passenger Terminal can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • I would recommend coming here during winter to enjoy the sunset view of the Yokohama Skyline with Mt Fuji. It’s very beautiful! But it can be a bit windy. 
    I would recommend coming here during winter to enjoy the sunset view of the Yokohama Skyline with Mt Fuji. It’s very beautiful! But it can be a bit windy.  more »
  • This cruising ship terminal location is very convenient. It is only few blocks to the city. City bus loop named Red Shoe stops here, the pier is popular for city residents to take a walk or do... 
    This cruising ship terminal location is very convenient. It is only few blocks to the city. City bus loop named Red Shoe stops here, the pier is popular for city residents to take a walk or do...  more »
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  • The place is not just a terminal but is multiple function spot. It has wedding banquet and photo spots. Recommended to visit in the evening when lights are out as looking towards Yokohama City and bay area is very beautiful. Lots of crowd on Christmas Eve as the whole city does a timely illumination shows.
  • Except for summer season, a daily regular line between Tokyo and the Northern half of Izu islands call at this port every weekend(Friday and Saturday for southbound, Saturday and Sunday for Northbound). You can take that ship named Salvia Maru of Tokai Kisen to/from Tokyo (Takeshiba peer located near Hamamatsucho) from/to here even if you don't have day off to enjoy the wilderness of Izu islands. (On the other hand, during summer, they rush to Tokyo to serve evening cruise tours everyday inside Tokyo port.) Or, if you do have time, why not reserve your seat (possibly with the discount plan whose brochure is equipped here;Please note that such plans shall be reserved by telephone in advance and thus you need to be able to speak some Japanese.) and sail south to the wonderlands?

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