In 1872 Japan’s first two train stations began service at Shimbashi and Yokohama, with a direct train connecting them (a distance of 23.8 km) in 53 minutes. Today’s Sakuragi-cho Station was the first Yokohama Station. The station building (designed by American architect Richard P. Bridgens) was destroyed in the Great Kanto Earthquake of 1923. But surprisingly, a noodle shop running at that time is still serving customers inside the new station building!
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1 Three luxury hotels in Minato Mirai: What is your top priority?
2 Yokohama's Royal Park Hotel: Sleeping in the sky!
3 Cosmo Clock 21 Ferris Wheel: 100 meters high in Yokohama Minato Mirai
4 Aka-renga Park: Popular and cool shopping mall
5 Shinko Park: Local’s paradice
6 Yokohama “Tenugui”: The perfect souvenir!
7 Giraffe: Casual dining and drinks at Landmark Tower
8 111-year-old Soba Shop Kawamura-ya: Quick, cheap and yummy soba
9 The Akai-kutsu Bus: 100-yen Loop Bus in Yokohama Central
10 Kimono at Iseyama Shrine: Catching the Seven-Five-Three Celebration
11 Yokohama Kamon-yama Park: Enjoy cherry blossoms and Noh Opera
12 Kisha-michi Promenade: Wonderful Bayside Walk!
13 Navios Yokohama (Hotel): Great view and reasonable prices