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  • 2–1–1 Minato Mirai Map It
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Updated 08/19/2013

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Although no longer Japan's tallest building—that title now goes to Osaka's brand-new Abeno Harukas—this 70-story tower in Yokohama's Minato Mirai is the tallest in Greater Tokyo. The observation deck on the 69th floor has a spectacular view of the city, especially at night; you reach it via a high-speed elevator that carries you up at an ear-popping 45 kph (28 mph). The complex's Dockyard Garden, built in 1896, is a restored dry dock with stepped sides of massive

stone blocks. The long, narrow floor of the dock, with its water cascade at one end, makes a wonderful year-round open-air venue for concerts and other events; in summer (July–mid-August), the beer garden installed here is a perfect refuge from the heat. The Yokohama Royal Park Hotel occupies the top 20 stories of the building, and the courtyard on the northeast side connects to Queen's Square, a huge atrium-style vertical mall with dozens of shops (mainly for clothing and accessories) and restaurants.

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2–1–1 Minato Mirai, Yokohama, Kanagawa-ken, 220-8169, Japan

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Sight Details:

  • Elevator to observation deck ¥1,000
  • Daily 10–9

Updated 08/19/2013


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