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With its harbour, modern skyscrapers, and emblematic Ferris wheel, The night cityscape of Yokohama is arguably the best in Japan. If you want to enjoy it while having some drinks and food, here are some of the best open terraces, rooftop bars, and summer beer gardens to enjoy the night view in Yokohama.
If you're in Yokohama looking for a gay bar, you should probably head to Nogemachi in Naka-ku because that's where most of them are. The nearest station to that area is Sakuragicho.
If you are looking for some of the best bars the city of Yokohama has to offer this list is for you. These bars are classics. You can enjoy sublime original cocktails, whiskeys and many other drinks in classy, relaxing quaint ambiance.
Salone 2007 was awarded first place by Tabelog in 2016 for the best Italian restaurant. This creative and delicate Italian cuisine will surely leave you speechless! Come try it for yourself in Yokohama!
Takanashi Milk Restaurant is any cheese lover's dream come true. Takanashi is an excellent quality dairy producer in Japanese. Takanashi Milk Restaurant is a huge hit in Japan and often has quite a line-up. For any self-respecting cheese-lover, you need to stop by this resto!
Some restaurants defy logic and offer great quality sushi at the price of a meal at a greasy spoon joint. Here are the top 5 of those in Yokohama.
Here's a list of the must do things in Yokohama. From sightseeing to eating all the delicious food, these are the must-try activities in the area.
Here are the must-try dishes while enjoying a wonderful stay in Yokohama! Be sure to pack an appetite because there is so much tasty food to try!
Egg Coffee is a kind of coffee with super fluffy cream served on top of coffee. Cafe Giang is said to be so popular in Vietnam that right about everyone knows it and it finally made its way to Yokohama. I went to Yokohama's Chinatown to see what all the fuss was about!
Smart Illumination Yokohama features beautiful modern light displays on the waterfront of Yokohama. The event starts in late fall and some installations are kept until the end of the year.