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1 Mar 2015

Yokohama Marine Tower, Yokohama

Yokohama [横浜市] • MARCH 2015
Yokohama Marine Tower was built in 1961, as a monument of 100th anniversary opening Yokohama port.Over 25million people has visited since the tower has been built. The tower served as the symbol of Yokohama for half century, and it will remain as the symbol now and forever.

Yokohama Marine Tower is reopened on May 23 2009 under new concepts of comfort and pleasure. 
Enjoy spectacular view,locally inspired restaurants and café for casual meeting with your friends or for ceremonies like Wedding. 

The Observatory Hall located 94 meters from the ground provides a 360 degree panoramic view overlooking both the Minatomirai 21 Area symbolizing the modern day Yokohama and the Yamashita, Motomachi and Yamate Area signifying the good old Yokohama.

Visitors enjoy viewing the beautiful night views 

29F ● Observation Deck 
Enjoy stunning view of the city from two-stories observation deck. 
(Purchase ticket at Information counter on 1st floor)
4F ● Restaurant / The Tower Restaurant Yokohama
● Marine Tower Hall  
● Art Hall (For varlous ceremonies and events)
● Observatory Entrance lobby
● Image of Yokohama (History of Yokohama) 
Photo, painting and video presentation of city and tower history
● Shop / marine tower shop  
1F ● Information Counter 
● Cafe&Dining / The BUND 
● Bar / Mizumachi bar

Visitor Information
【Admission fee】 
Adult (18+)        750yen 
Youth (13-17)    500yen    
Child (7-12)        250yen 
Toddler (3-6)     200yen 
Infant (up to 2)     Free
【Business hours】 
10:00am to 10:30pm, 7 days a week. 
Last entry is 10:00pm.

Address and Direction
15, Yamashita-Cho, Naka-ku, Yokohama, Kanagawa-Pref.
【By Car】 
Exit Expressway at [Yamashita-Cho] [Yokohama-koen] or [Shin Yamashita].
By Train/Bus 
-Take minatomirai line, get off a Motomachi-Chinatown station,exit #4 and walk for 1minute.
-Take JR line, get off at JR Ishikawa-cho station and walk for 15minutes. 
-Take "Sea Bus(Ferry)" from JR Yokohama station East exit, get off at Yamashita Park and walk for 2minutes.


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