Peace Cafe boasts a delicious and colorful vegan menu. You won't be disappointed by the Hawaiian-inspired cafe where you can try Mexican taco salad, tofu-katsu, and curry with an extra kick of veggies.
Sophisticated, high-quality French cuisine awaits at Bay View. The restaurant overlooks Yokohama Port and offers authentic gourmet French dishes that are carefully designed and created to please their guests.
Marvel at this Hong Kong-style teahouse in the heart of Yokohama. Located inside Yokohama Bay Sheraton Hotel & Towers, Sairyu offers both lunch and dinner course plans along with a dim sum afternoon tea that is sure to melt away your worries with the warm tea and delicious flavors.
Enjoy high-quality authentic Chinese food such as dim sum, congee, and noodles at MS. CASABLANCA. This casual Chinese dining space is chic and comfortable, providing high-class Chinese dining in Kanagawa supervised by a Michelin Star chef.
Asobuild is an interactive indoor entertainment facility that has a lot to offer visitors of all ages. Asobuild is directly connected to Yokohama Station. The renovated building used to be an outbuilding of the Yokohama Central Post Office. The entire complex from the basement to the roof has been transformed into a huge play area. Each floor has its own theme. One can shop, enjoy exciting interactive activities, take part in workshops and discover the latest technology. Japan's largest creative market with over 150 artists is located on the third floor. Workshops for the production of well over 200 different handicrafts in 20 different areas take place here (leather, ceramics, candles, flower arrangements, etc.). There is a multi-sports field with basketball and football on the roof and there is also a children's park on the fourth floor. The whole building is adorned with works of art by aspiring, visionary artists.
The Yokohama Museum of Art was founded in 1989 and is one of the largest museums in Japan. The facility contains a total of seven galleries: 3 for permanent exhibitions, 3 for special exhibitions and 1 for photography.
Yokohama Landmark Tower, located in the Minato Mirai district of Yokohama, is the second tallest building in Japan! This impressive 70-floor skyscraper, completed in 1993, stands 296.3 meters tall and is an unmistakable staple in the area’s skyline. The tower is visually intriguing with defined corner posts and a slightly flared base; the building is an engineering feat with a flexible structure that absorbs earthquake shocks. Amazingly, these earthquake building tactics are similar to the ones used to construct traditional Japanese multi-story pagodas. Yokohama Landmark Tower is a hub of memorable activities with destinations such as the Sky Garden Observatory, Yokohama Royal Park Hotel, and Yokohama Landmark Plaza.