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Special Events in YOKOHAMA – Jun.&Jul.2018

Posted By on Mar 20, 2018

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Yokohama Port Festival 2018

Yokohama Port Festival 2018

A festival celebrating the opening of Yokohama port. The main site of the festival is at Rinko Park in the Minato Mirai 21 area. On the seaborne area, you can test-ride the ships. On land, there will be music concerts and performances on stage. You may also enjoy a collaborative spectacle of fireworks with sounds and laser.

Information

Area

Minato Mirai 21 / Sakuragi-cho

June 1st (Fri.) to June 2nd (Sat.) 2018

URL

http://www.kaikosai.com/

Closest Railway Station

“Minatomirai Station” (Minatomirai Line)

Tel

045-212-5511

Ticket Info

Admission Free

Yokohama Sparkling Twilight 2018

Yokohama Sparkling Twilight 2018

Yokohama Sparkling Twilight, which has become a summer tradition in the port city of Yokohama, will be held over two days at Yamashita Park and offshore of the Park!

This year, the Sparkling Freworks show is being held over two days; the combination of music and fireworks provides a superb climax to the Yokohama Sparkling Twilight event. Yokohama Sparking Twilight also incorporates a number of other special activities, including the Sparkling Parade, a parade of mikoshi portable shrines from every district in Yokohama (including Yokohama’s Chinatown district). There is also a “Seaside Restaurant,” featuring food from some of Yokohama’s oldest and best-known restaurants, in Yamashita Park.

Information

Area

Chinatown / Kannai / Yamashita Park

Date

July 14 (Sat.) to July 15 (Sun.), 2018

URL

http://www.y-artist.co.jp/sparkling/

Closest Train Station

“Kannai Station” (JR Keihin-Tohoku Negishi Line, Yokohama Municipal Subway), “Motomachi-Chukagai Station” (Minatomirai Line)

Tel

045-681-2353

Ticket Info

Free Admission

■Please visit Official Visitor’s Guide to Yokohama for more information below.
http://www.yokohamajapan.com/events/

■Upcoming Eevents in Yokohama includes above , please see below.
http://www.yokohamajapan.com/events/

 

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