The Yokohama Zoological Garden" "ZOORASIA" "opened in 1999 is a unique zoo that works with as few fences as possible so that visitors can observe the animals in an environment similar to their natural habitat. The zoo is therefore one of the zoological gardens of Japan with the greatest focus on animal husbandry as appropriate.
Reopened June 11th, though some facilities remain closed. Check the official website for details.
The zoo is divided into areas with different climatic zones, such as an Asian tropical forest, sub-arctic forest, Amazon jungle, Japanese landscape and African tropical rainforest. There is also a grass park and the "" Wanpaku forest "" with play equipment for the children.
In addition, the zoo includes the Yokohama Breeding Center, a closed facility that was founded with the aim of researching wild animals and effectively contributing to the conservation of rare species.
15-minute bus ride from Nakayama Station on JR Yokohama Line.
15-minute bus ride from Mitsukyo Station on Sotetsu Line.
Social Residence Tama Plaza is a sharehouse located in Shinishikawa, Aoba Ward in Kanagawa Prefecture. It is a 8 minute walk from Tama-Plaza Station, and takes only 20 minutes on the Express train to Shibuya station on the Den-en-toshi line. The sharehouse is conveniently located around various amenities such as a supermarket and a shopping centre.
The Shin-Yokohama Ramen Museum combines museum with foodcourt with ramen to create an educational and filling event. The museum opened in 1994 and is dedicated to all things ramen. From the processing of noodles to the variations of broth soup. There is much to learn in the museum’s small, yet full, gallery. With broth soup taste samples daily on the first floor, guests can taste for themselves the differences between three types of broth. The interior of the ramen museum is also notable for resembling 1958 Japan, the year that instant noodles were invented in Japan. These basement floors are the real attraction for many visitors and especially foodies. By purchasing a ramen ticket at a machine in the center of the indoor courtyard (separate from the cost of entry), you’ll be able to enjoy a steaming hot bowl of one of the country’s famous ramens. Choose from eight different types of ramen to satisfy your noodle needs. Flavors of ramen also come in half sizes so that you can fill yourself up on as many varieties of ramen as you like.
With more than 230 shops and restaurants, Grandberry Park in Machida is one of the largest and most original outlet malls in the greater Tokyo area. The park has several sports fields and picnic areas, making it ideal for a shopping spree. The park is based on the concept of an amusement park and is always well attended. There is a market place and also a fish market. Other areas include a huge indoor playground for children, a cinema zone and the “Mont Bell Village”, where you can also climb outdoors and kayak in an artificial pond. The Snoopy Museum, which opened in 2019, and the adjoining themed café are among the special attractions of Grandberry Park. Friends of Shaun the sheep will also get their money's worth with a special café, shop and museum. You can also buy everything from Hello Kitty and her friends in a large Sanrio store.
The Snoopy Museum in Tokyo is the only branch of the Charles M. Schulz Museum in Santa Rosa California. The museum originally opened in Roppongi in 2016, but was relocated to Minami-Machida and reopened in 2018-2019. The reason for the relocation was that the new location had almost twice the area available and also had a green area. The museum offers the visitor multi-dimensional exhibitions which deal with the legacy of Charles M. Schulz and his peanuts. The fan can also see original excerpts from original comics, vintage articles and animations here. In the shop "The Brown's Store" there are original Peanuts fan articles, which were produced exclusively for the Snoopy Museum, and in the "Peanuts Cafe", thematically appropriate menus are offered to linger in a playful atmosphere.
The Yokohama International Stadium, also known as Nissan Stadium, is one of the largest stadiums in Japan with a capacity of around 70,000 seats. The sports facility, which opened in 1998, is used for soccer, athletics, rugby, American football, and cultural and entertainment events The roof structure covers three quarters of the seats. The stadium is usually home to the Yokohama F Marinos, Nissan Motor's corporate team, and is also the home venue for Yokohama FC football matches. In autumn 2019, however, the International Stadium Yokohama showed the rugby skills of teams from New Zealand, South Africa, Ireland, Scotland, England, France and of course Japan for several weeks. The final of the World Cup was played here on November 2nd.