Yamashita Park, opened in 1930, is the most famous place in Yokohama. The park was constructed after Great Kanto Earthquake, when in four years the rubble was landfilled and then covered with good layer of soil, and has become a symbol of rebirth, too. The ocean liner Hikawa Maru, symbol of Yokohama bay, is permanently berthed here as a museum ship and is representing the whole Port of Yokohama.
A magnificent park of about 18 hectares spread out on the hill of Negishidai in Naka-ku, Yokohama. A pleasant lawn plaza that makes use of the gentle natural hills, and a dark green forest that surrounds it. From the site of Japan's first Western-style racetrack
It is the second oldest park in Yokohama after Yamate Park. Yokohama Stadium and spring tulips are famous. About 140,000 tulips of about 70 varieties are planted in Yokohama Park. Partly around November every year
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