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-Enjoying Yokohama Nights-
Introducing ways to enhance your enjoyment of Yokohama nights. When you think of Yokohama, one of the first things that would come to mind is the breathtaking Minato Mirai night view. Embraced by the cool sea breeze, experience the dazzling scenery unique to a cruise, glistening under the stars.

"Yokohama Night View & Fantastic Café Ship" lets you explore a romantic Yokohama adorned in a fantastic glow, with rumored power spots like "Yokohama Three Towers," "Shining Blue Bay Bridge," and "Guiding Goddess Statue", which is said to bring happiness if you witness them during the cruise (weekend only). Delight in the enchanting "Factory Night View Cruise," with expert guides leading you to the most beautiful factory views (weekend only). Either one will let you create memories unique from anything else.

Yokohama Night Fantastic Cafeship
Departure:Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse No.1, 1-1-1 Shinko, Naka Ward, Yokohama
Duration: Approx. 60 minutes
Fees: Adults: ¥4000, Elementary school students: ¥3000, Preschool:1 free with each paying adult, additional children charged at elementary school student rate
Website: See website

Factory Night View Cruise
Departure: Pier Elephant Nose, 1-chome, Kaigan-dori, Naka Ward, Yokohama
Duration: Approx. 90 minutes
Fees: Adults: ¥5000, Children (6-11 years): ¥3000, Children under 5: free
Website: See website
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Barhopping in Noge
In the lively district of Noge, known for its retro Showa-era eateries numbering close to 600, one can enjoy the pleasure of sampling various types of shochu and Japanese sake while strolling through the nostalgic streets. The nearest station to Noge is Sakuragicho Station, just 45 minutes by train from Haneda Airport, 40 minutes from Tokyo Station, and a quick 3-minute train ride from Yokohama Station, which is also close to K-Arena and Hilton. This makes Noge a convenient spot to visit not only for sightseeing in Tokyo but also after hotel check-ins or events. From Sakuragicho Station, you can conveniently access Noge's bustling streets using the underground passageway called "Noge Chikamichi." In Noge, you'll find many popular izakayas serving a wide variety of menu items that pair well with drinks, including fresh seasonal seafood, yakitori, hot pots, and simmered dishes. Some places even offer "Robatayaki," where they serve seasonal vegetables and seafood grilled over charcoal. Robatayaki is a traditional Japanese cooking method where the staff cooks the ingredients over a hearth and also warms sake. You can experience both the traditional Japanese culture and the unique atmosphere of each establishment. Why not rediscover the surprising and new charms of Yokohama in Noge, a charming port city destination?
Hyatt Regency Yokohama
Yokohama Iekei Ramen
"Iekei Ramen" is a type of ramen that emerged after 1974, characterized by its thick straight noodles in a pork bone soy-based broth. The dish typically includes chashu pork, spinach, and three sheets of nori. The firmness of the noodles, richness of the sauce, and amount of oil can be adjusted to suit individual preferences, making it a ramen loved by people of all ages. Its birthplace is a ramen shop called "Yoshimura-ya" in Yokohama City. Since its establishment in 1974, this popular shop has continuously drawn long queues from opening to closing, even after nearly half a century. In the Japanese style, it's common to enjoy ramen after drinking alcohol. After a night out in Noge, why not savor the best bowl at Yoshimura-ya, considered the origin of all "Iekei Ramen."

Address:1-6-31 Okano, Nishi-ku, Yokohama
Hours: 11:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Closed: Mondays (If Monday is a public holiday, closed the following day)
Price: ¥760 and up

Kiyoken Shiumai Bento
K-Arena Yokohama
"K-Arena Yokohama," one of the world's largest music arena designed for music enthusiasts, will be unveiled on September 29. Within walking distance from Yokohama Station, a mere 35-minute train ride from Haneda Airport, the location is exceptional. With approximately 20,000 seats, the arena offers an unprecedented music experience with all seats facing the stage in a fan-shaped layout, creating a powerful and immersive atmosphere. After enjoying a concert, unwind in the nearby Noge area, hopping from one izakaya to another. Then, at Hilton Hotel Yokohama adjacent to the arena, relax and indulge in the beautiful waterfront night view, fully enjoying Yokohama's attractions on the following day.

K-Arena Yokohama
Address: 6-2-14、Minato Mirai, Yokohama, Kanagawa
Seating Capacity: 20,033
Website: See website

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Hilton Yokohama
Adjacent to "K-Arena Yokohama," Hilton Hotel Yokohama opens on September 24, with reservations already started on April 26. Its rooms are inspired by "Art Deco," an architectural style that once flourished when Yokohama was known as Japan's jazz birthplace, incorporating geometric patterns and a maritime blue that blends into Yokohama's night view, radiating elegance. The café and bar lounge offers a stunning view of Yokohama's night scenery, making it a new "adult social spot." In Yokohama, a city that still embraces its musical legacy, immerse yourself in modern entertainment while feeling its rich history.

Hilton Yokohama
Address: 6-2-13, Minato Mirai, Nishi-ku, Yokohama
Number of guest rooms: 339
Check-in: 3:00 p.m.
Check-out: 11:00 a.m.
Rates: See website

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