Yokohama (Tokyo), Japan Cruise Port

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About Yokohama (Tokyo), Japan

Japan's second largest city and one of its leading seaports, Yokohama belongs to the extensive urban-industrial belt around Tokyo called the Keihin Industrial Zone. The city has four universities; a variety of Christian churches, Shinto shrines, and temples; and numerous parks and gardens, notably Nogeyama Park, which was created after the earthquake of 1923. It is the site of Kanazawa Library, founded in 1275, which houses a large collection of historical documents.

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Tokyo functions like a clock, super clean and many English street signs. The Japanese people are SUPER friendly and helpful even when they don't understand any English. They literally take you to your destination, going out of their way to make sure you don't get lost.

Visited: Sep 18, 2016

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last Sept i had 6 nights in Yokohama before cruise and loved it, this Oct going to have 5 nights in Tokyo before cruise. Love Japan and Princess Diamond.

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