Yokohama Restaurants – The Complete Yokohama Food Guide

Yokohama isn't short of quality restaurants. To help you discover the best of the bunch, we've put together a full guide, complete with all the info you'll need to get there and get eating.

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Prior to the mid-nineteenth century, Yokohama was nothing more than a small fishing village. Today, it is the second largest city in the whole of Japan. Sitting on Tokyo Bay to the south of the capital, Yokohama was chosen as Japan’s first point of contact with the wider world and remains one of the country’s most cosmopolitan destinations.

One very noticeable effect of Yokohama’s extended contact with the outside world (relative to the rest of Japan, anyway) is in its food. The city’s culinary landscape is varied and interesting, blending traditional Japanese influences with imports from abroad. The best expression of this is Yokohama Chinatown in the centre of the city, which is a must for any first time visitor.

In what follows, we’ll introduce you to Yokohama food via some of its very best restaurants. From sumptuous Michelin-starred eateries to the cheap and cheerful, we’ve got something to suit all tastes and budgets.

For more on Yokohama, take a look at our guide to the top 20 things to do in the city.

Best Yokohama Restaurants

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Yokohama is large but we’ve scoured the city to find the very best Yokohama restaurants. Whether you find yourself around the bay, the train station, Ferris wheel or Red Brick Warehouse, we’ve got you covered.

Chiso Kimura, Michelin Star Restaurant

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Though a little far from Yokohama Station, Chiso Kimura’s two Michelin stars make it worth the trek. It’s for good reason that this place enjoys a perfect rating on tabelog.com, the restaurant serves up excellent traditional Japanese food at very reasonable prices (lunch sets start at 2,800 yen and dinner will set you back anything from 6,000 yen upward). From sashimi (raw, sliced fish) and donburi (rice bowl with toppings) to fried fish and tofu, the food is packed full of authentic flavours that can’t help but delight. The reputation of this place, combined with the limited room, means getting there early is a must if you don’t want to spend too much time queueing.

Opening hours: 11.30 – 14.00 (lunch), 18.00 – 20.00 (dinner)
Closed:  closed on Mondays, dinner only on Saturdays
Phone:  045-901-2606 Website:  Information Website

Prices:  ~ 6,000 yen Payment: All major credit cards ok
Address:  225-0002 Kanagawa Prefecture, Yokohama, Aoba, Utsukushigaoka 5-14-1
Station:  Azamino Station (Blue Line)

 

Masago Saryo, Michelin Star Restaurant

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This beautiful little place is another Japanese restaurant with fantastic food, a stunning Japanese-style interior and a calm, luxurious atmosphere. The closest train station is Kannai Station, but the restaurant is accessible on foot from Yokohama Station in around 30 minutes. Yokohama Stadium, the Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse and the Osanbashi International Terminal are all close by, meaning there’s plenty to keep you occupied before or after your meal. Masago Saryo is a kaiseki-style restaurant, meaning the food is served as many small dishes put together in delicious flavour combinations. The kaiseki evidently impressed the Michelin judges who awarded Masago Saryo two Michelin stars for their efforts.

Opening hours: 11.30 - 14.00 (lunch), 17.30 - 23.00 (dinner)
Closed:  closed over New Year's
Phone:  045-663-6692 Website: Information Website

Prices:  ~ 10,000 yen Payment: All major credit cards ok
Address:  231-0016 Kanagawa Prefecture, Yokohama, Naka, Masagocho 2-16
Station:  Kannai Station (Blue and JR Negishi lines)

 

Sugai, Michelin Star Restaurant

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With only 18 seats, this Michelin two-star restaurant has limited space, so be sure to reserve if you’re set on dining here. It is also a kaiseki restaurant, making it a great option if you’re looking to discover as much Japanese food as possible over the course of a single meal. Each dish is constructed with the utmost care and attention, resulting in food that is as wonderful to look at as it is to eat. Sagai is roughly a five-minute train journey or a 30-minute walk from Yokohama Station.

Opening hours: 12.00 - 14.30 (lunch), 18.00 - 21.00 (dinner)
Closed:  closed on Wednesdays
Phone:  045-664-2885 Website: Information Website

Prices:  ~ 10,000 yen Payment: cash advised
Address:  231-0011 Kanagawa Prefecture, Yokohama, Naka, Otamachi 5-69
Station:  Bashamichi Station (Minatomirai Line)

 

Mawashizushi KATSU, Sushi

 

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Mawashizushi Katsu is a conveyor belt sushi restaurant located on the 11th floor of the Yokohama Sky Building which is easily accessible from Yokohama Station’s East Exit. Mawashizushi compares favourably to other conveyor belt sushi joints in terms of quality and affordability, plus, the fun-factor is undeniable.

Opening hours: 11.00 - 22.30
Closed:  open all year (please see page for more info)
Phone:  045-548-9966 Website: Official Website (JP only)

Prices:  ~ 4,000 yen Payment: All major credit cards ok
Address:  220-0011 Kanagawa Prefecture, Yokohama, Nishi, Takashima 2-19-12
Station:  Yokohama Station

 

Sushidokoro Ginza Fukusuke, Sushi

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Sushidokoro literally means ‘sushi place’. It is a straightforward name for a straightforward restaurant bent on just one thing: serving up the freshest and tastiest sushi around. An itamae (sushi chef) will serve you directly from behind the counter, hand-making your order right before your eyes and delivering it straight to your plate. Considering this is usually quite a costly experience, especially compared to conveyer-belt restaurants, Sushidokoro Ginza Fukusuke is actually very fairly priced given the quality.

Opening hours: 11.00 - 22.30
Closed:  open all year (please see page for more info)
Phone:  045-313-1081 Website: Information Website

Prices:  ~ 4,000 yen Payment: All major credit cards ok
Address:  220-8601 Kanagawa Prefecture, Yokohama, Nishi, Minamisaiwai 1-6-31
Station:  Yokohama Station

 

Yakitori Center Yokohama Tenri Building

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Yakitori are chicken skewers – a very popular festival/on-the-go dish often sold from food stalls. This yakitori centre is sure to impress with its variety of delicious skewers in all shapes and sizes. Be careful when ordering if you’re a little squeamish as liver, heart and tendons are on the menu. Vegetarian options are also available, including rice, vegetable skewers, salad and pickles.

Opening hours:  11.30 – 14.00 (lunch), 16.00 – 23.30 (dinner)
Closed:  open all year
Phone:  045-411-3120 Website: Original Website 

Prices: ~ 3,000 yen  Payment: All major credit cards ok 
Address:  220-0004 Kanagawa Prefecture, Yokohama, Nishi, Kitasaiwai 1-4-1 
Station:  Yokohama Station

 

Yakitori Torigen Yokohama Nichiguchi Ten

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A popular chain in Tokyo, Torigen serves an array of high-quality yakitori in a very traditional Japanese setting. Diners watch on as the skewers are prepared, grilled and fried fresh to order. It’s definitely a lively place and great fun to visit for an informal meal.

Opening hours:  17.00 – 23.00
Closed: open all year
Phone:  045-478-3722 Website: Information Website

Prices:  ~ 3,000 yen  Payment: All major credit cards ok
Address:  220-0005 Kanagawa Prefecture, Yokohama, Nishi, Minamisaiwai 2-15-1
Station:  Yokohama Station

 

Hakata Ippudo, Ramen

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Ippudo is a well-known ramen chain store in Japan. Their soup is rich and satisfying, the noodles are just so and you can have plenty of toppings and sides to complete your meal. Ippudo is not the cheapest ramen option by any means but it’s certainly reasonable and won’t disappoint on the taste front.

Opening hours:   11.00 – 23.30 (Mon – Fri), Sat/Sun: 11.00 – 23.30
Closed:  open all year
Phone:  045-444-2205 Website: Official Website (JP only)

Prices:  ~ 1,500 yen Payment: All major credit cards ok
Address:  220-0011 Kanagawa Prefecture, Yokohama, Nishi, Takashima 2-2-16
Station:  Yokohama Station

 

Shanthi Deli, Indian

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Indian food is quite popular in Japan – especially curry, complete with naan and lassi. Shanthi Deli is renowned as one of Yokohama’s best Indian restaurants and for good reason. There’s an almost staggering variety of dishes to choose from, all highly authentic and prepared with the freshest ingredients. It is a well-frequented place, so make sure to get there early to avoid excessive lines.

Opening hours: 11.30 – 15.30 (lunch), 17.00 – 22.30 (dinner)
Closed:  open all year
Phone:  045-323-0746 Website: Official Website (JP/EN)

Prices:  ~ 2,000 yen Payment: All major credit cards ok
Address:  220-0041 Kanagawa Prefecture, Yokohama, Nishi, Tobehoncho 3-7
Station:  Takashimacho and Tobe stations

 

Chaothai Yokohama Bay Quarter, Thai

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Chaothai focuses on authentic Thai cuisine. Fresh herbs add depth and flavour to their dishes, making this a great option for Thai food lovers. Chaothai can be found inside the Yokohama Bay Quarter, a mall that is worth visiting of itself. A shopping expedition capped off with some great Thai food has the makings of a great day out.

Opening hours: 11.00 – 15.00 (lunch), 17.00 – 23.00 (dinner), Sat/Sun: 11.00 – 23.00
Closed:  open all year
Phone:  045-453-7710 Website: Official Website (JP/EN)

Prices:  ~ 1,500 yen Payment: All major credit cards ok
Address:  220-0041 Kanagawa Prefecture, Yokohama, Kinkocho 1-10 (Yokohama Bay Quarter)
Station:  Yokohama Station

 

El Torito, Mexican

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Fajitas, tacos and quesadillas, El Torito has got everything you need to satiate your Mexican food cravings. This place serves up some of the finest Mexican grub in the area and all for a very reasonable price, so what’s there not to love?

Opening hours: 11.00 – 23.30, Sun: 11.00 – 23.00
Closed:  open all year
Phone:  045-450-1117 Website: Official Website (JP/EN)

Prices:  ~ 2,000 yen Payment: All major credit cards ok
Address:  220-0011 Kanagawa Prefecture, Yokohama, Nishi, Takashima 2-19-12 (Yokohama Sky Building)
Station:  Yokohama Station

 

Ore no Frenchi Yokohama, French

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A great French restaurant with a modern interior and great food. Table charge is only 300 yen and you get everything from paté to éclaire. A very satisfying French option if you feel like going for international cuisine in Yokohama.

Opening hours: 16.00 – 23.00 (Mon – Fri), Sat/Sun: 11.00 – 23.00
Closed:  open all year
Phone:  045-620-8702 Website: Official Website (JP only)

Prices:  ~ 3,000 yen Payment: All major credit cards ok
Address:  220-0005 Kanagawa Prefecture, Yokohama, Nishi, Minamisaiwai 5-17-1
Station:  Yokohama Station

 

Le Ciel, French

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A traditional, classy French restaurant within the Yokohama Royal Park Hotel right by the harbour. Here you’ll be treated to first-grade ingredients cooked up by skilled chefs, resulting in dishes that any Frenchman would be proud of. Though a little pricey, if you feel like treating yourself, Le Ciel is a great option.

Opening hours: 11.00 – 14.00 (lunch), 17.30 – 21.00 (dinner)
Closed:  open all year
Phone:  045-221-1155 Website: Official Website

Prices:  ~ 13,000 yen Payment: All major credit cards ok
Address:  220-0012 Kanagawa Prefecture, Yokohama, Nishi, Minatomirai 2-2-1 (Yokohama Royal Park Hotel)
Station:  Minatomirai and Bashamichi stations

 

Yokohama Vegetarian Restaurants

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Vegetarian food isn’t easy to find in Japan and Yokohama is generally no exception. However, look hard enough and there are certainly options. Lucky for you, we’ve done the digging so you don’t have to. Take a look at some of Yokohama’s best vegetarian (and vegan) friendly restaurants.

If you find yourself in Tokyo, we’ve got a guide to the capital’s best vegetarian restaurants too.

Truva Turkish Restaurant

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Granted, this place serves meat, but the owner – who, helpfully, speaks English – will rustle you up a vegetarian or vegan dish on request. There are also some side dishes that are already vegetarian or vegan (including the bread). Turkish food is delicious with or without meat so you’re in for a treat at Truva.

Opening hours: 11.30 – 14.00 (lunch), 17.00 – 23.00 (dinner)
Closed:  open all year
Phone:   Website: Official Website

Prices:  ~ 4,000 yen Payment: All major credit cards ok
Address:  
Station:  Yokohama Station

 

Manoa Aloha Table

 

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Again, this place isn’t exclusively vegetarian but will happily do their best to accommodate you. This includes the drinks, where regular milk can be swapped for soy milk. English menus are also available, making it easy to check what’s in each dish.

Opening hours: 11.00 – 22.00
Closed:  open all year
Phone:    Website: Official Website

Prices:  ~ 3,000 yen Payment: All major credit cards ok
Address:   (Collete Mare)
Station:  Sakuragicho Station

 

Yokohama Chinatown Restaurants

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Yokohama Chinatown is Japan’s largest Chinatown, located right in the heart Yokohama. The colour filled streets, shops and restaurants immediately transport visitors to the Middle Kingdom, but what completes the experience is the food. Still home to a large Chinese community, the restaurants in Yokohama Chinatown are as authentic as you’re going to find anywhere in Japan and consequently some of the most delicious.

Yokohama Chinatown Sichuan Mapo

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Sichuan Mapo has mabodofu that is sure to make you swoon. If you didn’t know already, this dish is a Chinese classic of tofu in a rich sauce. There are several varieties to choose from here, as well as a whole host of other dishes should you not be feeling the tofu. It’s also quite reasonably priced and located close to the centre of Chinatown.

Opening hours: 10.00 – 22.00
Closed:  open all year
Phone:   Website: Information Website

Prices:  ~ 1,500 yen Payment: cash advised
Address:  
Station:  Kannai and Motomachi-Chukagai stations

 

Kyokaro (hand-cut noodles)

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Peer through the window into the kitchen and you’ll be treated to a noodle making demonstration like you’ve never seen before. After this, you won’t be able to resist stepping inside and trying them for yourself. Away from the moreish noodles, Kyokaro offers diners a brilliant taste of China inside its traditionally decorated restaurant.

Opening hours: 11.00 – 14.00 (lunch), 17.30 – 21.00 (dinner)
Closed:  open all year
Phone:  0 Website: Official Website (JP only)

Prices:  ~ 3,000 yen Payment: All major credit cards ok
Address:  
Station:  Kannai and Motomachi-Chukagai stations

 

Saikoh

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Cantonese cuisine, dumplings and more—Saikoh serves high-quality traditional Chinese food in many varieties. On the more expensive side in Chinatown but its popularity proves it’s well worth it. You might want to reserve seats or come early if you want to bypass the perennial queues.

Opening hours: 11.30 - 21.30, Sat/Sun: 11.00 - 21.30
Closed:  every 2nd Tuesday of the month
Phone:   Website: Information Website

Prices:  ~ 5,000 yen Payment: All major credit cards ok
Address:  
Station:  Kannai and Motomachi-Chukagai stations

 

Shofukumon (Dim Sum/Dumplings)

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Shofukumon is a restaurant complex in Chinatown, a place made up of a number of different restaurants. One of the best is Tenshinshuka on the second floor, principally for the 2,800 yen all-you-can-eat dumpling deal. The dumplings come in all shapes and sizes, with an array of mouthwatering fillings besides. If you’ve got the stamina, this is one of the best and tastiest deals in town.

Opening hours: 11.00 – 14.00 (lunch), 17.30 – 21.00 (dinner)
Closed:  open all year
Phone:   (no reservations) Website: Official Website (JP only)

Prices:  ~ 3,000 yen Payment: All major credit cards ok
Address:  
Station:  Kannai and Motomachi-Chukagai stations

Yokohama Station Restaurants

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Yokohama Station is the city’s main train station and your likely point of entry and departure from the city. It is one of the oldest railway stations in Japan and one of the busiest in the world (ranked fifth according to Wikipedia in 2013). Like most Japanese train stations, Yokohama Station isn’t just a place to catch the train. In and around it there are myriad entertainment, shopping, and eating options. It’s the latter category we’re interested in.

For more information on Yokohama Station, read our Yokohama Station Travel Guide.

Tonkatsu Wako Yokohama Porta

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Tonkatsu is breaded pork cutlets and is one of Japan’s favourite dishes. For the most succulent tonkatsu in Yokohama head here, to Wako, where you’ll be treated to a real banquet at bargain basement prices.

Opening hours: 11.00 – 23.00
Closed:  open all year
Phone:  045-453-6408 Website: Official Website

Prices:  ~ 1,500 yen Payment: All major credit cards ok
Address:  2 )
Station:  Yokohama Station

 

Ningyocho Imahan, Takashimaya

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Although a chain, Ningyocho Imahan has a charm and personality all of its own. The restaurant specialises in sukiyaki, a great communal dish where diners are invited to simmer a mix of vegetables, fish and meat themselves at the table. Go for the set menu for the best range of options and value for money.

Opening hours: 10.00 – 20.00
Closed:  open all year
Phone:  0 Website: Official Website

Prices:  ~ 10,000 yen Payment: All major credit cards ok
Address:  220- (Yokohama Takashimaya)
Station:  Yokohama Station

 

Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse Restaurants

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The Red Brick Warehouse, located right on the Yokohama waterfront, is a popular site for markets, festivals and events and a must on any tourist itinerary. The complex is home to over 40 distinct shops, restaurants and cafes, each offering a taste of something different in a fabulous setting. We’ve picked out a few of our favourites for you to take a look at.

Tune

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Tune serves up hearty Italian-fusion food and has proven a big hit since opening. There are freshly made pizzas, the chef’s special ‘oven sausage’ and a whole lot more to choose from, including, of course, all the wine and beer you can drink.

Opening hours: 11.00 – 23.00
Closed:  open all year
Phone:   Website: Official Website

Prices:  ~ 3,000 yen Payment: All major credit cards ok
Address:   (Red Brick Warehouse N°2)
Station:  Bashamichi Station (Minatomirai Line)

 

Fisherman’s Market Yokohama

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Fisherman’s Market is a seafood buffet restaurant within Red Brick Warehouse building number two. All-you-can-eat is the order of the day here, all for a decent price. The quality and quantity on offer have proven popular, meaning to avoid a lengthy wait it’s best to get there as early as possible.

Opening hours: 11.00 – 22.00, Sat/Sun: 11.00 - 23.00 
Closed:  open all year
Phone:   Website: Information Website 

Prices:  ~ 3,000 yen Payment: All major credit cards ok
Address:   (Red Brick Warehouse N°2)
Station:  Bashamichi Station (Minatomirai Line)

 

Kua ‘Aina Hawaiian Burger

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A popular chain in Japan for good reason, Kua ‘Aina Hawaiian serves great burgers and delicious sides. It’s definitely worth a visit if you’re craving some hearty, non-Japanese food. Choose between a 1/3 pound or a 1/2 pound patty, a great selection of extra toppings and sides, or even opt for one of their equally good sandwiches.

Opening hours: 11.00 – 21.00
Closed:  open all year
Phone:   Website: Official Website (JP only)

Prices:  ~ 1,500 yen Payment: All major credit cards ok
Address:    (Red Brick Warehouse N°2)
Station:  Bashamichi Station (Minatomirai Line)

 

Yokohama Landmark Tower Restaurants

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You won’t fail to notice the Yokohama Landmark Tower, a hulking high-rise that towers over the city at over 300 meters in height. There’s plenty to see and do in the tower, including shopping, checking out Yokohama skyline from the Sky Garden or eating at one of the many restaurants and cafes.

Chinese Restaurant Koh-en

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This Chinese restaurant is a great option inside the Yokohama Landmark Tower. It is quite expensive but the food is so wonderful you probably won’t mind. Plus, you’ll get to enjoy the fabulous view over Yokohama from your seat (ask for a window seat, if possible).

Opening hours: 11.00 – 14.00 (lunch), 17.30 – 21.00 (dinner), Sat/Sun: 11.00 - 15.00
Closed:  open all year
Phone:  045-221-1155 Website: Official Website

Prices:  ~ 13,000 yen Payment:   All major credit cards ok
Address:  (Yokohama Royal Park Hotel)
Station:  Minatomirai and Sakuragicho stations

 

Teppanyaki Yokohama

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Watch the flames fly at this high-end teppanyaki within the Yokohama Royal Park Hotel. This is a classy joint, so expect to pay top dollar. The food, however, is extremely good and the whole teppanyaki experience is a show in itself.

Opening hours: 11.00 – 14.00 (lunch), 17.30 – 21.00 (dinner), Sat/Sun: 11.00 - 15.00
Closed: open all year 
Phone: 045-221-1155 Website: Official Website

Prices: ~ 17,000 yen Payment: All major credit cards ok 
Address:   (Yokohama Landmark Tower) 
Station:  Minatomirai and Sakuragicho stations

 

Mangia Mangia

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If you’ve ever found yourself lusting after the food in The Godfather or The Sopranos, Mangia Mangia is the place for you. Serving up mouthwatering Italian-American classics and a few of their own creations, it is one of the best restaurants of its kind in Japan. Accordingly, if you want to guarantee a table, booking in advance is strongly advised.

Opening hours: 11.00 – 23.00
Closed:  open all year
Phone:   Website: Information Website

Prices:  ~ 5,000 yen Payment: All major credit cards ok
Address:  -1 (Yokohama Landmark Tower)
Station:  Minatomirai and Sakuragicho stations

 

Yokohama Ferry / Cruise Terminal Restaurants

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Also called Osanbashi Pier, the Yokohama International Passenger Terminal is the city’s most prominent pier. It at once serves as a terminus for sightseeing cruises and ferries and as a sightseeing spot in its own right. Its unique architectural design (resembling a giant wooden cruise ship) allows visitors to stroll and relax on the pier’s topside decking and grassy areas as well as head into the structure’s interior to take advantage of the facilities therewithin. Find here a shop, a cafe and a restaurant.

Subzero Restaurant

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Subzero is a fashionable restaurant with great Italian-fusion food. It’s a pretty classy setup so be sure to wear your Sunday best or at least avoid anything too casual. They also serve up fantastic cocktails in the bar area and can boast inimitable sea-facing views from the windows. There are few places better than Subzero for a sophisticated evening, though as you’d expect, this comes with the requisite price tag.

Opening hours: 11.30 – 15.00 (lunch), 17.30 – 24.00 (dinner), Sun: L.O. 21.00
Closed:  closed on Mondays, lunch only on weekends
Phone:  045-662-1090 Website: Official Website

Prices:  ~ 8,000 yen Payment: All major credit cards ok
Address:   Kanagawa Prefecture, Yokohama, Naka, K 1-1 (Yokohama International Passenger Terminal)
Station:  Nihon-Odori Stations (Minatomirai Line)

 

Harbor’s Café

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Watch the boats and ships come and go, relax and enjoy a coffee at Harbor’s Café. Housed within the Yokohama International Passenger Terminal on the second floor, it is the only place you’ll find a coffee on the pier so luckily it’s a good one.

Opening hours: 11.00 – 21.00, Sat/Sun: 10.00 - 21.00
Closed:  open all year
Phone:  045-663-6669 Website: Official Website (JP only)

Prices:  ~ 1,500 yen Payment: All major credit cards ok
Address:   (Yokohama International Passenger Terminal)
Station:  Nihon-Odori Stations (Minatomirai Line)

 

Shin-Yokohama Restaurants

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Shin-Yokohama is a district to the north of Yokohama Station. As a popular way station for Shinkansen passengers travelling between Tokyo and the Kansai region, Shin-Yokohama – especially the area surrounding the station – has become a lively spot with a variety of attractions to its name, including some fantastic places to pick up a bite to eat.

Ramen Museum

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The Ramen Museum offers the opportunity to learn a little about the popular dish’s history and evolution and most importantly of all, gives you the chance to try it out for yourself. Within the museum there are a smattering of different ramen restaurants and shacks, all dressed up in a charming faux-historic style. One of Shin-Yokohama’s top spots for sure.

Opening hours: 11.00 – 14.00 (lunch), 17.30 – 21.00 (dinner)
Closed:  open all year
Phone:  0 Website: Official Website

Prices:  ~ 1,500 yen Payment: cash advised
Address:  
Station:  Shin-Yokohama Station

 

Harvest

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Harvest is a great spot for the vegetarians or even vegans among you. Only a little joint, they serve up a wide array of vegetable-based, organic and healthy food in buffet style. There is fish and meat if you’d rather but the focus is strongly on the vegetarian options.

Opening hours: 11.00 – 22.00, Sat: 11.30 – 22.30, Sun: 10.30 - 20.00
Closed:  open all year
Phone:  045-478-2350  Website: Official Website

Prices:  ~ 2,000 yen Payment: All major credit cards ok
Address:  Station:  Shin-Yokohama Station

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