Area Attractions

The area around the hotel was one of the first to bring in people and culture from the West after the opening port in 1859. The beautifully maintained Nihon Odori and Kaigan-dori are lined with Kanagawa Prefecture municipal offices and modern buildings, and many businesspeople gather here. In addition, a few Western-style buildings remain in the area and have traces of the people and cultures that came from abroad after the opening of the port. Long-established stores that have been loved by the locals since those days also remain in the Yamate and Motomachi areas. Even though it is a modern business district, it creates a unique atmosphere where you can experience the history and diverse cultures unique to the port town.

In addition, it is a very convenient location as a sightseeing base in Kanagawa Prefecture, which has many attractions, such as one hour by train to Kamakura and Yokosuka, and one and half hours by train from Hakone.

Hyatt Regency Yokohama

280-2, Yamashita-cho, Naka-ku
Yokohama, Japan, 231-8340



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The gate of Yokohama Chinatown

Yamashita Park

Yamashita Park is a public park that stretches about 750 meters along Yokohama's waterfront. The park is about 100 meters wide, and mostly consists of open green space. Strolling through Yamashita Park, it is hard to miss the massive ocean liner in the water beside the promenade. The ship is called the Hikawa Maru, and was first put into service in 1930 on the Yokohama-Vancouver/Seattle line. It now serves as a museum, with informative displays and interiors in the style of the 1930s. <3-min walk away from the hotel>

Yokohama Chinatown

Yokohama Chinatown is Japan's largest Chinatown and is a 5-minute walk from the hotel. A large number of Chinese stores and restaurants can be found in the narrow and colorful streets of Chinatown. The main attraction of the Yokohama Chinatown is the cuisine offered at its many restaurants and food stands. Popular favorites include steamed buns, ramen noodles and a wide array of other Chinese dishes. <5-min walk away from the hotel>

Osanbashi Pier

The Osanbashi International Passenger Terminal, also known as Osanbashi Pier, is located close to Yamashita Park. It is where international cruise ships dock when they visit Yokohama. The 400-meter pier has walkways and green spaces that are open to the general public. The pier is one of Yokohama's best spots for a walk and unobstructed views of the Minato Mirai skyline. <7-min walkaway from the hotel>

Yokohama Stadium

Yokohama Stadium, commonly known as "Hamasta", is a multi-purpose stadium located in Yokohama Park in Yokohama City, Kanagawa Prefecture. In addition to being the home of the Yokohama DeNA BayStars of the Nippon Professional Baseball League, the stadium hosts concerts and various other events. You can watch baseball games from the end of March to the end of October. <7-min walk away from the hotel>

Red Brick Warehouse

Formally the Customs Inspection House for Yokohama Bay's shipping activities in the early 1920s, these handsome red brick buildings have been converted into one of Yokohama's most popular landmarks. Inside the building there are many unique shops and restaurants. Outside, numerous events take place throughout the year. Situated right on the bay, the views are beautiful. <13-min walk away from the hotel>

Motomachi Shopping Street

Below the hills of Yamate is the Motomachi Shopping Street, which runs parallel to the Nakamura River. The street served the needs of the first foreign residents of Yokohama, and introduced many products to Japan. Nowadays, the street does not differ drastically from other shopping streets, but it still has a certain European feel. There are long-established stores that have been loved by the locals since those days, as well as a large number of higher-end fashion shops, cafés and restaurants. <11-min walk away from the hotel>

Former Western Settlement

When the period of isolation finally ended in the 1850s, Yokohama was one of only a few port towns where foreign traders were permitted to reside. The Yamate area retains a number of sites relating to its history as the main residential district of Westerners in Yokohama. Mostly former residences, the buildings are open to the public and most have been furnished in their original style. <17-min walk away from the hotel>

Cup Noodles Museum

The Cup Noodles Museum is a popular museum in the Minato Mirai district of Yokohama that is dedicated to the history of instant noodles and the story of their inventor, Momofuku Ando. There is also a workshop where you can make your own original cup noodles, the only workshop of its kind in the world. <18-min walk away from the hotel>

Minato Mirai 21

Minato Mirai 21 is a seaside urban area in central Yokohama whose name means "harbor of the future." It has many large high-rises, including the Landmark Tower, which was Japan's tallest building from 1993 until 2014, blessed with a great location along the water and features a wealth of attractions. Visitors to the area will be able to find shopping centers, hotels, a convention center, an amusement park, a relaxation center with hot spring baths, museums and park. <15-min by train / 10-min by car>

Sankeien Garden

Sankeien is a spacious Japanese-style garden in southern Yokohama that exhibits a number of historic buildings from across Japan. There is a pond, small rivers, flowers and wonderful strolling trails that make you think you are in Kyoto rather than Yokohama. The garden was built by Hara Sankei and opened to the public in 1904. Among the historic buildings exhibited in the park are an elegant daimyo (feudal lord) residence, several tea houses and the main hall and three-storied pagoda of Kyoto's old Tomyoji Temple. <15-min by car>

Kawasaki Factory Night Cruise

A night cruise from Yokohama to the nearby industrial factories in Kawasaki. While an eye-sore during the day, the metallic, fume-belching structures provide a great photo opportunity come night fall. *This activity requires reservations. For reservations and more, please contact our Guest Services.



Kamakura is a coastal town in Kanagawa Prefecture, less than an hour south of Tokyo. The town became the political center of Japan when Minamoto Yoritomo chose it as the seat for his new military government in the late 12th century. The Kamakura government continued to rule Japan for over a century. Today, Kamakura is a small city and a very popular tourist destination. Sometimes called the Kyoto of Eastern Japan, Kamakura features numerous temples, shrines and other historical monuments. In addition, Kamakura's sand beaches attract large crowds during the summer months. <60-min by train / 40-min by car>


The American Naval Commodore Matthew C. Perry arrived in 1853 with his fleet of "Black Ships", leading to the opening of diplomatic and trade relations between Japan and the United States. American occupation forces moored in Yokosuka on August 30, 1945, after the signing of the Peace Treaty that ended World War II, and has been an active base for the US Navy ever since. In numerous ways, Yokosuka’s culture has been influenced by the great number of Americans living in the area. Western-style restaurants and bars dot Yokosuka’s streets, and “Yokosuka Curry” has become popular throughout Japan. The Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force also operates a military port next to the American base; you can sit and bask in the sun in a park and view both bases or you can visit during the blooming of the cherry blossoms, Sakura season, when the American Base opens its doors to the public and the Sakura is in full bloom. Yokosuka and its environs are full of beauty and enjoyable things to do, including Verny Park, Sarushima Island, Umibe tsuri Fishing Park, Kannonzaki Lighthouse, and the Shobu-en Iris Garden. <60-min by train / 40-min by car>

Enoshima Island

Only a short train ride west of Kamakura, Enoshima (江の島) is a pleasantly touristy island just off the coast but connected by bridge with the mainland. The island offers a variety of attractions, including a shrine, park, observation tower and caves. Views of Mount Fuji can be enjoyed on days with good visibility. Enoshima is divided into a yacht harbor and a forested hill. Several shrine buildings, collectively known as Enoshima Shrine, are found around the island and are dedicated to Benten, a popular goddess of good fortune, wealth, music and knowledge. <75-min by train / 60-min by car>

Fujiko F. Fujio Museum

A museum that conveys the works and story of Fujiko F. Fujio, who created many masterpieces, such as "Doraemon" and "Perman.” There is a space where everyone can enjoy themselves, including a corner where you can actually read manga, a theater where you can see videos that can only be seen here, and a museum shop. In addition to meeting popular characters on the rooftop square, there are clay pipes and Pisuke from "Doraemon", making it a must-see photo spot! <60-min by train / 40-min by car> *This museum requires reservations. For reservations and more, please contact our guest services.

Hakkeijima Sea Paradise

The Hakkeijima Sea Paradise is an amusement park located on a small island just off shore. It is one of the most visited amusement parks in Japan and houses quite an impressive aquarium. Visitors are free to enter the island to utilize its park areas, stroll along the promenades, shop at the stores or dine at the restaurants. Aqua Resorts consists of the Aqua Museum, Dolphin Fantasy and Fureai Lagoon. Pleasure Land is the section of the park with amusement rides for all ages. <60-min by train / 30-min by car>



Hakone is located at the foot of Mount Fuji. For more than 400 years, Hakone has flourished as a favorite onsen destination. In Hakone, there are many fine hot springs (onsen) and locations with magnificent views of Mount Fuji. Treat yourself and enjoy the beautiful scenery in so many different ways: onboard a Hakone Sightseeing Cruise, from the shores of Lake Ashi, from a high-in-the-sky gondola on the Hakone Ropeway, or while bathing in a hot spring. And if that isn't enough, be sure to visit such historic attractions as Hakone Checkpoint or the stone-paved avenues of Kyukaido (old road), and for art lovers, there are unique art museums including the Hakone Open Air Museum. For nature lovers, it's easy just to stroll through the beautiful scenery and watch the seasons as they change. <90-min by train / 70-min by car>


Atami lies at the northeastern base of the Izu Peninsula, about an hour west of Yokohama by Shinkansen. Due to its proximity to Tokyo, Atami has long been a popular seaside resort town with plenty of hot springs and ryokan in addition to museums and other cultural heritage sites. Through the extravagant years of the bubble economy in the late 1980s, Atami was a highly popular destination for business retreats. This led to huge developments in the area, including large ryokan and apartment blocks built along the ocean. In recent years, the city has been quite successful in reinventing itself as a popular destination for individual travelers and families. <65-min by train>