- Elevators suitable for wheelchairs
- Restrooms suitable for wheelchairs
- Parking for Wheelchair Users
Kanazawa Bunko Museum
for samurai during the Kamakura period, this building was built by
Sanetoki Hojo. Today it is a history museum featuring art work and
documents including national cultural treasures from the Kamakura
and Nanbokucho periods.|
Adults 250 yen/Those under 20 150 yen/Those under 15 & Elders 65 65 or over Free
9:00～16:30/Closed on Mondays (the following day if Monday falls on a national holiday) , Year end/New Year holidays , during period for changing exhibitsand during period for changing exhibits
12 min. walk from Kanazawa Bunko Sta. on the Keihin Kyuko Line ,A 10-minute walk from the Umi-no Koen Shiba-guchi Station (Seaside Line)
built by Sanetoki Hojo during the Kamakura period, was made as the
Hojo family temple of the Kanazawa area. The Jodo style garden with
Ajiike Pond in front of the main temple is wonderful. The temple's
bell was portrayed in the woodblock print "Shomyo-no-Bansho,"
one of eight prints depicting views of Kanazawa by Hiroshige Utagawa.
8:30-16:30/Open year round
12 min. walk from Kanazawa Bunko Sta. on the Keihin Kyuko Line
Kanazawa Zoological Gardens of Yokohama
garden full of greenery. Koalas, elephants, giraffes and other animals
are grouped by continent of origin.
Adults 500 yen/ High school students 300 yen/ Jr. High & Elementary school students 200 yen/Preschoolers Free
9:30～16:30/Closed on Mondays (the following day if Monday falls on a national holiday)
Keikyu Bus from Kanazawa Bunko Sta. on the Keihin Kyuko Line to Natsuyama Sakaue and 8 min. walk
Kanagawa's "Citizens of the Earth" Plaza
with fantastic ideas to make your fantasy reality using miraculous
pictures, futuristic buildings of novel design etc. , you can enjoy
and amaze yourself here and familiarize yourself with people from
all over the world.|
Adults 500 yen/College & High school students, Elders 65 or over 300 yen/Jr. High & Elementary school students 100 yen
Permanent Exhibition: 9:00～17:00/Closed on Mondays (Open if Monday is a national holiday)
3 min. walk from Hongodai Sta. on the JR .
a visit, this man-made underground sanctuary within the Josenji Temple
grounds was used by the Buddhist Shingon Mikkyo sect for spiritual
Adults 400 yen/High & Jr. High school students 200 yen/Elementary school students 100 yen
9:00～16:30/throughout the year
Get off at the Doukutsu-mae bus stop on the Kanachu Bus bound to the Totsuka Bus Center, departing from Ofuna Station (JR)
Yokohama Science Center
be an astronaut at the space flight training room or enjoy the planetarium
at the space theater.
Due to renewals in the projector equipment, the planetarium will be closed as of Friday, December 1st, 2006, and reopen on Saturday, March 3rd, 2007.
Adults 400 yen/Children 200 yen(Admission for the space theater is extra.)
9:30～17:00(Open until 18:00 during summer vacation)/Closed on the 3rd Monday (the following day if Monday falls on a national holiday)
3 min. walk from Yokodai Sta.(JR)
Yokohama Municipal Children's Botanical Garden
can enjoy seeing plants and learn by getting close to nature. Commonwealth
War Graveyard is in the neighboring area.
9:00～16:30/Closed on the 3rd Monday(if a holiday, the next day) and year end/New Year holidays
A 1-minute walk from the Jido Yuenchi-mae bus stop on City Bus #79, departing from the Kannai Station (JR)
Yokohama Hakkeijima Sea Paradise
Museum" with 100,000 fish, polar bears, and sea otters is one
of the largest aquariums in Japan. You can enjoy assorted rides with
a sea theme at the "Pleasure Land". At "Restaurant
Plaza," you can try different kinds of food from all over the
world. At Bay Market, original souvenirs are on sale. One day is not
enough to enjoy all of this man-made island.
Admission free (Aquarium admission and ride fares are charged)
Weekdays: 10:00- 18:00; Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays: 9:00 -20:00 (depending on the season). Open year round (no fixed holidays for the winter).
A 2-minute walk from the Hakkeijima Station (Seaside Line, connecting between Kanazawa Hakkei of Keihin Kyuko Line and Shin-sugita Station of JR)
man-made beach, you can collect shells in spring, and bathe in summer.
Showers, lockers, and bathroom are available (for a fee)..
3 min. walk from Umino Koen Shibaguchi-eki on the Seaside Line
Yokohama Bayside Marina
the largest marina in Japan accommodating 1,500 boats and sailboats.
It is fun just watching sail boats sailing in Tokyo Bay and beyond.
The district with restaurants and outlet shops designed with an American
East Coast Port Town in mind is enjoyable for families as well as
on the store)/Closed on Tuesdays
5 min. walk from Torihama Sta. on the Seaside Line,approx. 1.5 km via the National Road 357 from the Sugita IC of the Metropolitan Expressway Wangan Line; approx. 1.5 km via the National Road 357 from the Namiki IC of the Yokohama Yokosuka Road
|An automatic train runs between Shin-Sugita Station on the JR Negishi Line and Kanazawa Hakkei Station on the Keihin Kyuko Line. There are a lot of spots where you can relax and enjoy yourselves viewing the sea along the line. Why not spend some time on your way and ramble about? For more tourist spot information, please see the website of Seaside Line.|
a "one day resort center" featuring a variety of sports,
healing facilities, and a golf training center, a natural hot springs
spa, a fitness and massage center, and live concerts. Why not refresh
yourself both physically and mentally at this new health oriented
spa: Adults 1,900 yen (2.200 yen on Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays
A 1-minute walk from the Wins Laja-mae bus stop on the Kanachu Bus, departing from the Totsuka Station (JR). / By car: A 10 minute ride from Hodogaya I.C. on the Yokohama Shindo Expressway, A 20 minute ride from Tamagawa I. C. or a 15 minute ride from Kohoku I.C. on the Daisan Keihin Expressway