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Abundant nature to a near-futuristic urban complex.

The greater metropolitan area has the hot springs in Hakone and Yugawara, Tanzawa mountains, Kamakura forms the capital of history as well as Kyoto and Nara, and has many sightseeing spots in Kanagawa. Yokosuka was the landing point of the famous Perry Expedition from the US that led to the opening of Japan to the West. Yokohama served as the gateway to Western culture and this exotic fusion is still evident in the streets today. There are many historic Western buildings from the ports early development around Kannai Station, such as the Ehrismann Residence, Foreigners Cemetery and Bashamichi St. which is famous for the arrival of modern Western civilization to Japan. Motomachi Shopping Street has been famous for its high-end stores for many years and is home to Japan's first bakery, "Uchikipan". "Minato Mirai 21" is the business and entertainment district with attractions such as 360° panoramic views from the 69th floor of the Yokohama Landmark Tower, the Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse, Cosmo World Amusement Park and Cup Noodles Museum to name but a few. There is something for everyone and all in close walking distance. Conveniently located between Tokyo and Yokohama, Kawasaki offers a world of opportunity for tourists. Its proximity to Shin-Yokohama Station and Shinagawa Station for the Shinkansen and Haneda Airport, make it accessible from all major Japanese cities in a short time. The banks of the Tama River to the north are a popular spot for barbecues and outdoor games. There are popular tourist attractions like the Kawasaki Daishi temple complex and "Fujiko F. Fujio Museum" dedicated to the manga artist who created the famous cartoon character Doraemon. The night-time scenery of the industrial belt have also started drawing the crowds in recent years. The night scenery tours offer the best spots for city views and are especially popular with women. There are plenty of shopping and eating options around JR Kawasaki Station, including a large mall directly linked to the western exit of the station, the "Lazona Kawasaki Plaza" and "La Cittadella" entertainment complex with an Italian mountain village theme. As well as sightseeing, shopping, food and entertainment are of course available everywhere Yokohama and Kawasaki. There is a different vibe to entertainment than in nearby Tokyo.
Read more Hide The greater metropolitan area has the hot springs in Hakone and Yugawara, Tanzawa mountains, Kamakura forms the capital of history as well as Kyoto and Nara, and has many sightseeing spots in Kanagawa. Yokosuka was the landing point of the famous Perry Expedition from the US that led to the opening of Japan to the West. Yokohama served as the gateway to Western culture and this exotic fusion is still evident in the streets today. There are many historic Western buildings from the ports early development around Kannai Station, such as the Ehrismann Residence, Foreigners Cemetery and Bashamichi St. which is famous for the arrival of modern Western civilization to Japan. Motomachi Shopping Street has been famous for its high-end stores for many years and is home to Japan's first bakery, "Uchikipan". "Minato Mirai 21" is the business and entertainment district with attractions such as 360° panoramic views from the 69th floor of the Yokohama Landmark Tower, the Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse, Cosmo World Amusement Park and Cup Noodles Museum to name but a few. There is something for everyone and all in close walking distance. Conveniently located between Tokyo and Yokohama, Kawasaki offers a world of opportunity for tourists. Its proximity to Shin-Yokohama Station and Shinagawa Station for the Shinkansen and Haneda Airport, make it accessible from all major Japanese cities in a short time. The banks of the Tama River to the north are a popular spot for barbecues and outdoor games. There are popular tourist attractions like the Kawasaki Daishi temple complex and "Fujiko F. Fujio Museum" dedicated to the manga artist who created the famous cartoon character Doraemon. The night-time scenery of the industrial belt have also started drawing the crowds in recent years. The night scenery tours offer the best spots for city views and are especially popular with women. There are plenty of shopping and eating options around JR Kawasaki Station, including a large mall directly linked to the western exit of the station, the "Lazona Kawasaki Plaza" and "La Cittadella" entertainment complex with an Italian mountain village theme. As well as sightseeing, shopping, food and entertainment are of course available everywhere Yokohama and Kawasaki. There is a different vibe to entertainment than in nearby Tokyo.

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