Yokohama Tram Museum

The Yokohama City Tram was nicknamed the "Chinchin Train" for about 70 years from 1897 to 1972, and was active as a citizen's foot. The Yokohama Tram Museum preserves and displays 7 vehicles of the Yokohama Tram as they were at that time. In addition, a history exhibition where you can learn about the development of Yokohama and the history of transportation, a streetcar simulator where you can experience driving, an O-gauge / N-gauge model railroad diorama, and a valuable handmade O-gauge model railroad collection are facilities where children and adults can learn while playing. is. Inside the building, seven streetcars, stop signs, and paving stones are preserved as they were at that time, and are reproduced so that you can feel the "time" and "air" of the time when the streetcar was running. The history exhibition corner, with the theme of "Yokohama's development and transportation," will be abolished after the reclamation of Yoshida Nitta, which was the cornerstone of Yokohama's development, the opening of Yokohama Port, the Great Kanto Earthquake, postwar reconstruction, and the peak of streetcars. It explains in an easy-to-understand manner the progress, the six major projects that are the basis of Yokohama's city planning, and the transition to the subway.
  • Shop/Spot name
    Yokohama Tram Museum -->
  • Address
    3-1-53 Takigashira, Isogo-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa
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  • Business hours
    9: 30-17: 00 (Admission until 16:30) Regular holiday: Every Monday (the next day if it is a national holiday)



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