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Our family lives in Yokohama for many years and only few times we have been able to see the Nippon Maru show the mast open however the area is very beautiful and clean so we often go there. Museum is small but it is very...More
Could easily have spent hours walking around this area. Well designed, easily accessible, buskers for entertainment, lots to look at, grassed areas to sit and relax, not far from the waters edge and spectacular views.
A memorial park to learn about the beauty of a sailing ship and the history of the port of Yokohama Bay. There is a Nippon Maru & Yokohama Port Museum, which I didn’t visit. I did take many photos of the area though.
Nippon Maru was launched in 1930 as a Maritime Navy training ship and is now permanently docked in Yokohama as a museum which is an interesting place to visit.It is just a short walk from Sakuragicho Station (Keihin Tohoku Line-blue and silver) and half an...More
The park cum museum was near to Sakuragicho JR station and a combined ticket would facilitate visitors to come and spend half a day here particularly for those children who wanted to learn the background and maritime history of Japan. Worth to come if you...More
I bought a ticket at the maritime museum that also included admission to Nippon-Maru and I am glad I did, as it was the perfect day to walk around the deck of the ship. I recommend combining both attractions to better understand Japan's and Yokohama's...More
I work in Yokohama, and this is my favorite place to just relax and chill.
It's few minute walk from Sakura-gicho JR station, and you can visit a museum and get onboard the Nipponmaru, but I what I like the best is just lying down...More
I walk by this ship all the time. Once a month, it's closed to entry, because they are doing drills on it. The raise all the sails and stow them again. Really beautiful. The day we toured it, we were approached by an older gentleman...More