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Yokohama

Yokohama is one of the biggest port cities in Japan and is actually part of the greater Tokyo Metropolitan Area, together forming the biggest agglomeration in the world with almost 35 million people living here. Although never tell a local from Yokohama that is is part of Tokyo unless your ready for a major lesson.

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Hayashi Kaikan (Yokohama Hostel Village)

Hayashi Kaikan (Yokohama Hostel Village)

People are nice and helpfull. The hostel is well suited near the trainstation. Quiet in the evening, not to much noise from trafic and other travellers. The facilities you have to share, kitchen, shower, toilet, etc. are of good quality. ... more

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Yokohama Discussions

  • Japan
    what part of japan, if you are in tokyo or yokohama you will have lots to do and see just my walking or riding the train. many interesting shopping, shibuya is a party, yokohama has a carnival area ...

  • Advice & Tips - Last minute trip to Japan
    4-5 days you can stay in Tokyo and go to Odaiba, Asakusa, etc. You can also take a day trip to Yokohama and/or Kamakura . If you wonder, you can read my Tokyo tips as a start. ...

  • Japan - 7 days
    You can visit Yokohama, there's China Town, and the landmark building from 70-something floor you can see the 180-degree view of the city bay area. You can also take a trip to Kamakura, which is well-known for the big Buddha statue that once sit inside a temple but tsunami hit it--the temple's gone but the statue ...

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3-11-2 Matsukagecho Naka-ku (Map) - Hostel
People are nice and helpfull. The hostel is well suited near the trainstation. Quiet in the evening, not to much noise from trafic and other travellers.