Yokohama Cosmo World is an amusement park in the center of the Minato Mirai district, which also includes the ferris wheel that characterizes the skyline of the area World, and it still holds the record as the world's largest ferris wheel with a clock.
Reopened with temporary hours: 11:00 to 20:00 (Last admission 19:45)
Families, friends and couples in particular visit Yokohama Cosmo World and take advantage of the multitude of rides and attractions. The park itself offers free entry, but you have to buy tickets for individual rides.
Yokohama Cosmo World is divided into three zones. The Kids Carnival Zone has rides and slot machines that are suitable for smaller children. In the Burano Street Zone you can try a little wilder rides, get lost in a hall of mirrors or explore a haunted house. The Wonder Amuse Zone is the main area of the theme park and offers the most exciting rides (roller coaster, flume, 360 ° 3D theater, etc.).
Yokohama Cosmo World is within walking distance of several train stations, including Minato Mirai Station (Minato Mirai Line), Sakuragicho Station (JR Keihin-Tohoku Line, JR Negishi Line, and Yokohama Municipal Subway Blue Line) and Bashamichi Station (Minato Mirai Line).
Perfect for couples or groups (up to 12 people), Masago provides enticing kaiseki dining that is delicious and artistic. Try their classic Japanese-style cuisine that has been altered for a more international taste while retaining the harmony of its original flavors.
Peace Cafe boasts a delicious and colorful vegan menu. You won't be disappointed by the Hawaiian-inspired cafe where you can try Mexican taco salad, tofu-katsu, and curry with an extra kick of veggies.
Enjoy high-quality authentic Chinese food such as dim sum, congee, and noodles at MS. CASABLANCA. This casual Chinese dining space is chic and comfortable, providing high-class Chinese dining in Kanagawa supervised by a Michelin Star chef.
The Interactive Instant Noodle Museum (Cup Noodles Museum) in Yokohama is dedicated to instant noodles and cup noodles. The museum was opened by the company Nissin Food, whose founder Momofuku Ando invented instant noodles in 1958 as a quick and convenient food shown using a combination of bizarre exhibits and practical workshops. A short film about the history of noodles is shown and there is also a visual timeline of instant noodle products from around the world. Nissin also created space ramen for astronauts. The most popular is the workshop where visitors can make their own cup noodles. Here, flavors and numerous additional options can be combined. There is also a playground for children and a noodle bazaar that looks like an Asian market at night. Various pasta dishes from around the world are served here and you can try a variety of flavors.
Yokohama Hammerhead is a multi-function complex that includes a mall, hotel and cruise pier. The facility is a short walk from Bashamichi Station near Minato Mirai. The core function of Yokohama Hammerhead is to serve as an international cruise terminal. The cruise terminal at Shinko Pier can accommodate cruise ships up to 116,000 tons. The CIQ hall (customs, immigration and quarantine) can even be used as an event and exhibition hall. In addition to the pier and the CIQ hall, Yokohama Hammerhead is also home to the InterContinental Yokohama Pier 8. With over 170 rooms, the hotel overlooks the harbor with easy access to Yokohama and Tokyo. The part of the Yokohama Hammerhead mall is no less impressive. Visitors can discover 25 shops and restaurants, including tea rooms with fantastic views from the terrace, a candy factory, ramen shops and much more. Freshly baked sweets can be sampled at Ariake Harbor Studio.
Yokohama Landmark Tower, located in the Minato Mirai district of Yokohama, is the second tallest building in Japan! This impressive 70-floor skyscraper, completed in 1993, stands 296.3 meters tall and is an unmistakable staple in the area’s skyline. The tower is visually intriguing with defined corner posts and a slightly flared base; the building is an engineering feat with a flexible structure that absorbs earthquake shocks. Amazingly, these earthquake building tactics are similar to the ones used to construct traditional Japanese multi-story pagodas. Yokohama Landmark Tower is a hub of memorable activities with destinations such as the Sky Garden Observatory, Yokohama Royal Park Hotel, and Yokohama Landmark Plaza.