Chinatown: Not only Japan's largest but also the world's largest Chinatown. The Chinese, who came with the Westerners as translators at the time of opening of Yokohama port, came here and developed this town. Stretching 500 meters from East to West, 400 meters North to South, there are over 600 Chinese restaurants and retail shops here selling food and miscellaneous goods. There are also the Chinese temples Kanteibyo and Masobyo and there are guardian gods on top colorful gates surrounding the town who administer movement directions of the city to prevent "Evil" from entering.
Kannai-Bashmichi (Horse-Drawn Carriage ): Kannai has JR Nigeshi Line, Yokohama Municipal Subway Stations. This area is a center of economic activity with government facilities, corporate offices, banks, etc., accumulated in this area. On "Bashamichi (Horse-Drawn Carriage Street) that goes from Kannai Station, where the gateway to Yokohama Port was, to the port are many historic restaurants and retail shops. Yokohama Stadium is close to Kannai Station and near the port are the Yokohama Three Towers (King: Kanagawa Prefectural Government Office Building, Queen: Yokohama Customs Building, Jack: Yokohama City Port Opening Memorial Hall).
Yamashita Park: Facing Yokohama Port, it is a vast open park stretching from the entrance of Osanbashi where large passenger ships moor, to Yamashita Pier. The Marine Tower and the historical Hotel New Grand is also adjacent to the park. The NYK Hikawamaru was active in numerous overseas voyages and currently is moored in the ocean in front of Yamashita Park and is open to the public.