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Yokohama Cosmo World

Yokohama Cosmo World

Yokohama Cosmo World is a theme-based amusement park with a number of water rides, slides, roller coasters, swimming pools, recreational areas, swings, resting area and much more. The Yokohama Cosmo World also has a few food joints which offers a variety of food items. It is a whole package of fun and enjoyment. You can enjoy at this place with your family and friends. The giant wheel is the major attraction of the park.

Travelling to Yokohama, Japan

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Yokohama: The word means 'Horizontal Beach', is the second most densely populated city in Japan and is the capital of the Kanagawa Prefecture. It is located in the southern end of Tokyo at the Bay of Tokyo and is among the major commercial hubs of the country. The city has an estimated population of around 3.7 million. It acts as a major port for the cities like Tokyo, Nagoya, Kobe, Hakata and Osaka. Some of the main sports played in the city are Soccer, Baseball, Tennis and Velodrome. The city has a friendly relationship with some cities namely Cebu City, Lyon, Mumbai, Shanghai, Manila, San Diego, Frankfurt. It is spread over an area of 168.87 square metres.

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Yokohama Travel Tips & Guide

How to Get Tickets?

You can purchase the tickets on the spot but it means you also have to stand in line in the crowd. To make it easier, attraction tickets can be booked easily for on this website and payment can be made online.

How To Get Around?

The ferry service is the easiest and a convenient mode of transportation if you want to travel to all the tourist attractions and can easily fit in your budget. There are many routes and cruise options that you can choose from. If you want to travel by road, you can try riding the retro red bus called Akai Kutsu or the sightseeing bus called Burari Bus. They both stop at the popular tourist attractions. Aside from that, you can also rent bicycles to travel on your own. The bicycles can be rentend at one port and returned to a different port since they have a sharing system. And of course, there are always taxis if you don't want to ride the public transport.

What Should I Wear?

People in Japan usually dress casually but neat. Comfortable walking shoes like sneakers or flats are great options. Pair you shirt with some colorful cardigan and a dark-colored bottom, either a skirt, shorts, or trousers. Do carry jacket and wear a hat since it can get cold.

Yokohama Tourism Facts

Best Time to Visit

If you're going to Yokohama to ski, then February is the best month to visit this city since the snow is the deepest. December and January are also considered as the best time to visit since the snow has appeared at that time and Yokohama is a great place to celebrate Christmas and New Year.



Will I Need a Guide?

Exploring the city on your own is not a problem since information on this website and guidebooks is enough. But if language barrier is a problem to you, then hiring a guide for a day or two when you're going to many places might not be a bad choice. Guides can also help you get more information about the attractions.

How To Get There?

You can start at the Narita Airport and then reach Nippori with a train from Keisi. After that, you'll stop at Tokyo Station first before getting to Yokohama Station. The entire thing will take about 2 hours. You can also take a flight to Haneda Airport, then take the train of Keikyu Airport Express, stopping at Keikyu Kamata Station, and finally arriving at Yokohama Station. The JR Keihin Tohoku line train will take you directly to the city as well.

Additional Info

When you're saying hello, goodbye, or thankyou to any Japanese, you need to bow. Use two hand when you're giving and recieveing cards (name or business cards) to and from the locals. Don't stick your chopsticks upright in a bowl of rice and don't use them to pass food directly to other person's chopsticks. These actions are used during a funeral. It's okay to slurp when you're eating noodle. Don' talk loudly and dress properly when you're visiting a shrine or temple. Don't talk loudly in public, especially on the phone. Queue nicely when you're waiting for the public transports. Learning a few important Japanese words can be useful. The plug type in Yokohama and Japan is type A and B. They both have two parallel pins but type B has an extra prong for grounding at the bottom.