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Yokohama Full Day Tour - Chinatown, Towers, Gardens, and Noodles

Luke K.

by GoWithGuide travel specialist:Luke K.

Last updated : Apr 28, 20223 min read

Itinerary Ideas

We introduce the most popular itineraries amongst our customers who choose tours on GoWithGuide. We hope it helps you to plan your perfect itinerary during your trip to Japan. In our eleventh post of the series, we focus on the best full day tour of Yokohama.


In this seven hour full day itinerary, we visit the highlights of Yokohama, including Chinatown, Yokohama Landmark Tower which is the second tallest building in Japan, Sankei-en Garden, the brilliant Cup Noodles Museum, and finally a stroll along Yokohama's interpretation of the seaside at Yamashita Park.


1. Yokohama Chinatown

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Over six thousand Chinese restaurants are crammed into the tight area of Yokohama Chinatown, making it one of the best places in Japan to enjoy Chinese cuisine. Temples here make it possible to experience a different culture from Japan, and shops selling various goods from China make it a great place to shop for something different. Each year there is the lion dance festival to bring in the Chinese New Year. 

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2. Yokohama Landmark Tower 

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A 273 meter observation deck offering incredible night views of Yokohama port and the stunning illuminations in the area of Minato Mirai 21, Yokohama Landmark Tower is the second tallest building in Japan. Packed full of restaurants, shops, and bars, the tower itself can be enjoyed throughout the day and at night, and is a great place to spend an afternoon browsing through the hundreds of stores.

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3. Sankei-en Garden 

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Relax for a moment. Enjoy the harmony of one of Japan's finest gardens. At Sankei-en Garden you can enjoy various styles of architecture, wander through scenery that is distinct to each season, and enjoy the tranquillity and simplicity of the garden, which can be described as a philosophical place of beauty.

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4. Cup Noodles Museum 

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At the Cup Noodles museum you can enjoy the history of this famous brand of Japanese instant noodle. The highlight is the chance to make your own personalised packaging and flavour combination of Cup Noodle, and take it home with you, or give it to your noodle loving friends; the perfect unique gift from this incredible museum.

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5. Yamashita Park

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Yamashita Park is a great place to watch ships from the comfort of a bench surrounded by flowers. Enjoy a leisurely stroll along the pier, or relax in the various gardens. Artwork and sculptures are on display around the park, and the atmosphere of the seaside can be enjoyed day and night.

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Yokohama Tour Guide - Haruo T.

Haruo T.

4.83 / 5
(6 reviews)

I live in Yokohama, Kanagawa prefecture. I have a license to teach in high schools and was admitted to the degree of Master of Arts in Teaching English as a Second Language in the University of Birmingham. Until 2015 I had been teaching English at public high schools in Kanagawa for 37 years. During that time, I had some experience of guiding students from overseas through sister-school relationship around Tokyo and Kanagawa. Therefore, I had good command of English with the TOEIC score of 935. As for a tour guide experience I earned the certificate of National Government Licensed Guide-Interpreter in English and since then I have guided tourists to the popular sites around Tokyo, Yokohama, Kamakura and Yokosuka. My guiding focuses on introducing not only Japanese historical and cultural backgrounds but also giving tourists some tips to travel Japan only by themselves, such as how to use trains and subways, find good restaurants, reserve tickets, buy survenier, and speak basic Japanese. In addition, my tour includes opportunities to experience Japanese culture like Zen meditation, ninja performance, visiting anime's location sites based on tourists' request. Besides, by means of my hobbies of writing English Haiku and Waka (traditional Japanese poems) and performing Rakugo (traditional Japanese funny story telling) in English, I can surely entertain tourists during the tour. My moto as a tour guide is let the tourists have a once-in-a-lifetime experience in Japan with my profound, intelligible and interestiog guiding.                                                                                                                                 

Kanagawa Tour Guide - Kaneo U.

Kaneo U.

4.97 / 5
(33 reviews)

I’m so excited to have a chance to show you around my favorite spots in Kanagawa prefecture. I was born in Kanagawa. I spent my whole school life, including university, here in Kanagawa. I worked as a high school English teacher here for 40 years. I love Kanagawa so much. We have many interesting tourist spots, like Hakone, Kamakura, Enoshima and Yokohama. I got my tour guide license in English in 2009. I am still an English teacher. To give an interesting and impressive lesson to young high school students, I’ve learnt and gathered many kinds of information. I also have a license to teach social studies, so I have a wide range of knowledge about Japanese culture and history. I’m sure to provide you an interesting tour.                                                                                                                                 

Kanagawa Tour Guide - Takao M.

Takao M.

4.38 / 5
(13 reviews)

Hi, I'm Takao Mizushima. I like walking with my friends in the mountains, along rivers and beaches, and visiting historical places and museums. Usually, after enjoying these places, we take a dip in hot springs and drink beer. As a guide, however, I'll take up places easy to walk around. I assume not many people from abroad are prepared for sweating activities. If you like, though, I can modify my plan, connecting with a short hiking, hot bath and a drinking place.                                                                                                                                  

Kanagawa Tour Guide - Yoshi S.

Yoshi S.

5.00 / 5
(24 reviews)

Hello, I'm Yoshi!! I started my second career as a tour guide after retiring from the Japanese computer company I had worked for about 40 years. I was born in Asakusa and grew up in down town in Tokyo. I am married with two daughters and three grandchildren, two girls and a boy. I've experienced guiding international visitors in Tokyo and other famous sightseeing spots as a guide for several years. I will be so happy to help you enjoy your stay in Japan. Look forward to joining my tour!!                                                                                                                                  

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