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Yokohama Port Museum, Yokohama

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  • First very nice weather , and then the entrance ticket 50 % off this day. The museum is not so big, but there is a good overview. The vessel is nice but not the same standard as the other old vessel i...  more »
  • It is a Museum of sailing Japan-Yokohama Landmark Tower is located. That big ship but is not very beautiful ship is visually. Exhibits the history of Yokohama port and ship history is interesting.
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  • Great museum on the waterfront with excellent photos and displays; a real treasure house. Don't miss it. We spent 1.5 hours and could have spent more. Good English signage. 
  • The museum is good but not much without a visit to the ship too. A very grown up attraction and not likely to appeal to little kids
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  • The beomseonin is on display at the front of the Nihon flooring. Yokohama Minato Mirai's Museum is a place to visit in connection with, such as.
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  • This is a selection of exhibits from the Yokohama port until the current history, history of modern cargo-passenger ship. Also sailing Japan round flight information.
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  • You can watch sailing ships and Japan round. Moving once expectations on the total exhibition sails is not strung, sail, usually about once a month by volunteers strung all the sails. On the home page, on the outing.
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