Bathing with Strangers. Try It, You Might Like It
Many westerners might consider it strange to be butt-naked with a bunch of strangers, but Onsen (hot spring bath) plays a key part in Japanese Culture. Just don’t make eye contact.
Kanagawa is a dynamic part of the greater Tokyo area. The capital city, Yokohama, features the famous Chinatown district and endless entertainment options.
Places to visit in Kanagawa
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Pola Museum of Art
The museum features modern and contemporary paintings, sculptures, ceramics and glassware by mostly Japanese and European artists. In addition to temporary exhibits, the museum displays rotating exhibits drawn from its permanent collection which include works
The Starbucks in Onarimachi, Kamakura, is famous for its building and interesting flair. It is located a short walk west of Kamakura station.
Situated in Kanagawa, this restaurant serves traditional Japanese cuisine with a modern twist. Recommendations include their handmade soba, tempura and agedashi tofu. The dishes almost appear gourmet-like, plated artfully on traditional Japanese serve ware. In
Farm to You
This restaurant serves California cuisine using organic, local, seasonal ingredients. California cuisine follows the principles of "local production for local consumption" and "using seasonal ingredients." At this to-go shop, Farm to You combines French, Itali
This art museum dedicated to the manga artist duo Fujiko F. Fujio, who are the creators of the world famous comic "Doraemon", the blue robotic cat. At the museum cafe, visitors can enjoy cartoon themed entrees and snacks, such as a Doraemon gratin, pizza, and
The Cupnoodles Museum shows the history of instant noodels. It is located southwest of Minatomirai station.
Sotetsu Fresa Inn Yokohama Sakuragi-cho
Sotetsu Fresa Inn Yokohama Sakuragi-cho is just a 1-minute walk from Bashamichi Subway Station on the Minatomirai Line. It offers basic rooms, free Wi-Fi and a 24-hour front desk.
Hotel Monterey Yokohama
Located across from Yokohama Bay, Hotel Monterey Yokohama offers sea or city view rooms with free access to WiFi. At 1 of its restaurants, guests can dine with panoramic Yokohama Bay views.
Mercure Hotel Yokosuka
A 1-minute walk from Shioiri Station, Mercure Hotel Yokosuka features modern rooms with free Wi-Fi. The top-floor restaurant offers stunning bay views, while free Wi-Fi is available throughout the premises.
Boasting various hot spring baths and beautiful Japanese gardens, Motoyu Ryokan is nestled in lush greenery next to Koayu River.
Shin Yokohama Prince Hotel
The 42-storey Shin Yokohama Prince Hotel is a 3-minute walk from JR Shin-Yokohama Shinkansen Station. It offers modern accommodation with a bar and Japanese restaurants on the top floors and free in-room WiFi.
Inn By The Sea Kamakura
Located just steps from Yuigahama Beach, Inn By The Sea Kamakura is a cosy guesthouse-style inn featuring Japanese-style guest rooms with free Wi-Fi access.
Hotel New Grand
Situated right in front of Yamashita Park and looking out to the Yokohama Bay, Hotel New Grand is a renowned classic hotel with nearly a century of first-class hospitality. Motomachi-Chukagai Subway Station is just a 1-minute walk