About this sight
This building was designed in 1930 by the American architect, J.H. Morgan, and had been used as a residence hall until World War Ⅱ has begun. It is popular as a wedding venue.
Yokohama Foreign General Cemetery
Yokohama Foreign General Cemetery is located in Naka ward and includes the graves of many foreign settlers who are of historical importance.
Bluff Bakery is located close to Motomachi Park, East of Ishikawacho station.
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Laser Rush is a pub located in Yokohama.
Yamate Museum of Tennis
Yamate Museum of Tennis is a museum that was built to celebrate the 120th anniversary of tennis in Japan.
Mielparque Yokohama is a 1-minute walk from Motomachi-Chinatown Subway Station and an 8-minute walk from Motomachi shopping area. It offers modern accommodation
Star Hotel Yokohama
Star Hotel Yokohama is a 2-minute walk from Motomachi Chukagai Train Station and a 15-minute walk from JR Ishikawa Cho Station. It offers free internet access a
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Situated right in front of Yamashita Park and looking out to the Yokohama Bay, Hotel New Grand is a renowned classic hotel with nearly a century of first-class
Hotel Monterey Yokohama
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