Moored at the eastern end of Yamashita-kōen, this restored 1930s passenger ship has art-deco fixings and stories to tell. Inside, you...
Ōsanbashi International Passenger Terminal
Just to the west of Yamashita-kōen, this sleek, award-winning pier completed in 2002, has an attractive roof deck where you can sit on...
Yokohama Archives of History
Displays in English chronicle the city's history with paintings, sketches, model ships and photographs, from the opening of Japan at the...
The setting feels like the inside of a yacht – all the better to listen to live jazz nightly, from 8pm; look for the English sign.
With chefs from Hong Kong, this elegant Cantonese restuarant is one of Chinatown's oldest (1892) and most respected. It serves a great...
Moored alongside a seaside park in the Yamashita-kōen area you'll find the Hikawa Maru (641-4362; adult/child ¥800/400; ;09:30-18:00 conditions permitting), a retired luxury 1930 passenger liner (one of the staterooms was used by Charlie Chaplin).
IAcross the street from the Hikawa Maru, the Silk Museum (641-0841; 1 Yamashita-kōen-dōri; adult/child/student/senior ¥500/100/200/300; ;09:00-16:30 Tue-Sun) pays tribute to Yokohama's history as a silk trading port. Nearby, Yokohama Archives of History (201-2100; 3 Nihon Ōdōri; adult/child ¥200/100; ;09:30-17:00 Tue-Sun) chronicles the city (displays in English) from the opening of Japan to the mid-20th century; it's inside the former British consulate. The Marine Tower (641-7838; 15 Yamashita-kōen-dōri; adult/child/student/senior ¥700/300/350/500; ;09:30-21:00 conditions permitting) one of the world's tallest inland lighthouses (106m) which offers a less-razzle-dazzley view over the harbour than does Landmark Tower.