Rinko Park


Rinko Park is a park along the coast of Minato Mirai Central area and is located in the backyard of PACIFICO Yokohama.

This place can be seen well from the sea like SEA BASS, but from the land it hides behind PACIFICO and it tends not to be seen and become a forgotten existence.

For this reason, there are not many people who usually visit here, it is a secret spot. Continue reading “Rinko Park”

Grand Mall Park


The Grand Mall Park is a very long park running through the Minato Mirai Central Area from north to south from between Landmark Plaza and Queen’s Square to Shin-takashima station.

It is a popular walking course because there are plenty of illuminations here. On the way back from Minato Mirai, there are a lot of people who walk home through the Grand Mall Park to Yokohama station rather than to the nearest Sakuragicho station and Minatomirai station. Continue reading “Grand Mall Park”

Bankokubashi (Bridge)


The Bankokubashi is an arch bridge crossing a canal on the way from Bashamichi to Shinko Area.

It is an old bridge made of concrete which does not have such features at first glance, but in the past it used to play its role in the international trade of Yokohama Port as a point of contact between the Shinko Pier and the mainland. There are facilities such as refurbished bonded warehouse in the surroundings, and the remnant of the time is kept.

This bridge is now famous as a shooting spot, and speaking of the night view of Minato Mirai this place gets up. Continue reading “Bankokubashi (Bridge)”

Kishamichi Promenade


Kishamichi is a promenade leading from Sakuragicho Station to the Shinko area where Red Brick Warehouse is located.

A little away from Sakuragicho station, there is a bay at the mouth of Ooka River that flows by the side, spreading between the central area of Minato Mirai and Shinko area. Kishamichi is connecting the two banks across the bay.

Therefore, from the boardwalk, you can see the scenery of modern building group such as landmark tower, and at the same time enjoy the view of the waterside. Continue reading “Kishamichi Promenade”