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From/To Haneda Airport

By Keikyu Railways
0-1 transfer, 25 minutes, frequent connections
Trains on the Keikyu Airport Line take about 25 minutes for the one way journey between Yokohama Station and Haneda Airport. There are departures every few minutes
By Keikyu Limousine Bus
Direct, 30-45 minutes, frequent connections
Keikyu limousine buses to the Yokohama City Air Terminal (YCAT) near Yokohama Station depart Haneda Airport every 10 to 20 minutes. The one way journey takes about 30-45 minutes. In addition, there are bus connections to several other areas of Yokohama.

From/To Narita Airport

By JR Narita Express
Direct, 90 minutes, 1-2 connections per hour
The fastest way of travel between Narita Airport and Yokohama is the JR Narita Express (NEX). The one way journey takes roughly 90 minutes, fully covered by the Japan Rail Pass, JR Tokyo Wide Area Pass and some other JR passes.
By JR Sobu/Yokosuka Line
Direct, 120 minutes, 1 connection per hour
The JR Sobu/Yokosuka Line (Rapid Service) is the slower but cheaper JR alternative to the Narita Express. There is about one departure per hour.
By Keisei and Keikyu Railways (via Asakusa Subway Line)By limousine bus
1-2 transfers, 100-120 minutes, 5 connections per hour
From morning to mid afternoon, there are direct trains between Narita Airport and Sengakuji Station (80 minutes) along the Narita Sky Access Line and Asakusa Subway Line every 40 minutes. At Sengakuji, transfer to the Keikyu Main Line to Yokohama (20 minutes). The entire one way trip takes about 100 minutes. In the late afternoons and evenings, an additional transfer is required at Aoto Station.
By limousine bus
Direct, 100 minutes, 2-3 connections per hour
Limousine buses to the Yokohama City Air Terminal (YCAT) near Yokohama Station depart Narita Airport every 20 to 30 minutes. The one way journey takes about 100 minutes. In addition, there are direct limousine bus connections to several major hotels in Yokohama.




ADDRESS : stork bldg 8F&3F,2-12-6,minamisaiwai,nishi-ku,yokohama,kanagawa,japan
PHONE : 045-290-6910
OPEN : BASE 12:00p.m - 8:00p.m closed on Thursdays
                2ND 14:00p.m - closed on Tuesdays&Wednesdays

To Yokohama Base&2ND

Find Sotetsu-line(train) exit. When you get out the station go towards ABC-mart and asbee. Then cross the river and go straight down the road. You will see Vivre on your right. And keep going along the road. Then you will see Mcdonalds on your left. Still kep going on then there is a junction. Not cross it but take left then you will see Ra-men stand Yoshimuraya. Our studio is the same bulding on 8th floor.

MAPS(en) : https://goo.gl/maps/EVCww2GvmHA2



ADDRESS : aihara bldg 4F,2-61,miyagawa-cho,naka-ku,yokohama,kanagawa,japan
PHONE : 045-325-8259
OPEN : every day 12:00p.m - 8:00p.m

To Yokohama Lounge

The nearest station is Hinodecho Station on the Keikyu Line.(about 3 minutes on foot)
There is one exit. Walk out till you see the road. There is a junction. With the station behind you cross diagonally. Once you crossed over, aim towards the convenience store called Lawson.
There is a gray building next to it. Our studio is on 4th floor of it.

MAPS(en) : https://goo.gl/maps/QmtMsipcYir



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What's YOKOHAMA like?


Yokohama is located in the centre of Japan, along the coastline of Japan’s Pacific Ocean, and Japan's second largest city with a population of over three million. Yokohama is located less than half an hour south of Tokyo by train.
Yokohama is the first harbor city introduced to the world as the entrance to Japan. Since the time its port was opened, a number of foreign enterprises have established their branches in Yokohama by taking full advantage of the Yokohama Port which is an international trading port.
Yokohama is a city of dreams because it is not only very famous as a tourist mecca, but also has every urban function including, but not limited to, business and culture.



Yokohama is served by four railway companies (Japan Railways, Tokyu Railways, Keikyu Railways and Sagami Railways, better known as Sotetsu), two municipal subway lines and a bus network that is operated partly by the city and partly by private bus companies. Train lines of all four railway companies and the subway line pass through Yokohama Station, located in the city center.


Most parts of central Yokohama can be explored on foot. It is very pleasant to walk from Minato Mirai along the waterfront to Yamashita Park, visiting Osanbashi Pier along the way, and then proceed from Yamashita Park to the nearby Yamate district or Chinatown.


For those who prefer not to walk long distances, there is the Akaikutsu Loop Bus which connects Sakuragicho Station with most sights of interest in central Yokohama. Buses run every 30 to 40 minutes in one direction only. The fare is 100 yen per ride or 500 yen for a day pass, which is not only valid on the Akaikutsu buses, but also other selected means of transportation in central Yokohama.


It is also possible to travel by boat. The Seabass travels between Yokohama Bay Quarter (about 500 meters from Yokohama Station's east exit), Minato Mirai and Yamashita Park approximately every 15 minutes. Half of the services travel nonstop to Yamashita Park (15 minutes), while the others make two stops in Minato Mirai (10 minutes to Pacifico Convention Center; 20 minutes to Red Brick Warehouses) along the way.


The Landmark Tower

The Sky Garden is Japan's highest observation deck on the 69th floor of the Landmark Tower, the tallest building in Yokohama standing at 296 meters. The observatory provides a 360-degree, panoramic view of Yokohama city, the Yokohama Bay Bridge, and the Tokyo Tower and Mount Fuji on clear days.

Yokohama Cosmoworld

Located in the heart of Minato Mirai, YOKOHAMA COSMOWORLD is an amusement park famous for its prominent image on the Yokohama skyline an amusement park known for its gigantic Ferris wheel and a roller coaster that virtually plunges into the water. YOKOHAMA COSMOWORLD is scenic and beautiful by day and the lighting make it a romantic place to walk at night.

Cupnoodles Museum

It also has interactive features: You can make your own noodles starting from the kneading of dough or create your own cup and combine ingredients to make your original instant noodles out of 5,460 possible flavor combinations.

Sankeien Garden

The vast classical Japan garden covering over 175,000 square meters, renowned for its seasonal beauty. Sankeien contains many hisotrical houses and buildings that are recognized as being culturally significant by the government. These buildings were brought to the park from locations all over the Japan, and include a three storied pagoda located high up on a hill deep inside the garden. This pagoda, originally constructed in Kyoto in the mid-1400s, was relocated to Sankei-en in 1914.  As you stroll through the park you will find bridges, streams, small waterfalls, bamboo groves, and ponds. In late March or early April, the cherry blossoms (sakura) are in full bloom. In July and August, there is a pond just inside the entrance that is bursting with the beauty of thousands of Japanese pink lotus blossoms. In late autumn, you can enjoy the changing color of the leaves. In winter, plum blossoms (ume) start to bloom in mid to late February; nature’s way of telling the Japanese people that winter is almost over.

Narita-san Yokohama Branch Temple

The treasured Buddha statue of the Tokugawa family, Fudomyouo, which is said to fulfill people's wishes is enshrined. Narita-san Yokohama Branch Temple Enmei-in is located on a hill, and offers views of the town of Noge and the Minatomirai area. The temple grounds also include Daishido (Founder's Hall) where Kobo Daishi (another name for Kukai) is enshrined, Inarido, and old Buddha statues offering an enjoyable walk.

Nogeyama Zoological Gardens

Located on a hilltop in a quiet residential neighborhood, Nogeyama Park is a great place to escape the crowds and enjoy the peaceful greenery and wide open spaces. When walking around it is hard to believe that you are only a few minutes away from one of the liveliest parts of Yokohama. A short distance away from this park is another interesting place worth visiting, Nogeyama Zoological Gardens. This Zoo makes a nice place to spend several hours wandering around the various enclosures. There are about 100 different species of animals including monkeys, wild cats, birds and several Red Pandas.

Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse

Situated right on the bay, the views are beautiful. Formally the Customs Inspection House for Yokohama Bay's shipping activities in the early 1920's, these handsome red brick buildings have been converted into one of Yokohama's most popular family or date spots. Inside the building there are many unique shops and restaurants. Outside, throughout the year, numerous events take place. October Beer Fest in autumn, a skating rink in winter, and concerts during the summer.

Yamashita Park

It is one of the most popular and best loved areas in Yokohama where you can experience the distinctive atmosphere and history of this harbor town. A number of antique historic pieces of architecture in western style which are symbols of the Yokohama culture, restaurants with a long tradition, and classy hotels distinguish the area

Yokohama Chinatown

Yokohama Chinatown is one of the largest and the best with as many as approximately 500 Chinese restaurants, Chinese grocery stores and plenty of other shops standing side by side on the streets.

Pokemon Center Yokohama

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Yokohama Hammerhead

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Marine & Walk Yokohama

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Noh Theater

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