Sunday, 22 July 2012

みなとみらいー横浜 HD Photos

Minato Mirai / Yokohama Station

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 Japan's tallest building, the Landmark Tower. Until the 1980s the area was a large shipyard, but the shipyard moved and development began for a new city center. Located along the waterfront, the buildings of the Minato Mirai Chuo district ("central district") form the distinctive skyline of Yokohama. At 296 meters, the Landmark Tower is the most recognizable feature. The three Queen's Towers are located beside, each one being a little shorter than the next, followed by the Pan Pacific Hotel and the Pacifico convention center, one of the largest in Japan, which includes the rounded Intercontinental Hotel. The district extends inland, where redevelopment is still ongoing.
















She is not dead !!!!




Located 273 meters in the air, the Landmark Tower's Sky Garden is the highest observatory in the country. The elevator that takes visitors up to the observatory was the fastest in the world when it was built. There is a bar at the observatory with impressive views of the surrounding area.

The Cosmo World amusement park has a handful of roller coaster rides, carnival attractions, a kid's zone and a large Ferris wheel that doubles as a clock. In the evening the park is illuminated, and adds to the night view of the city.

アメリカンハウス-American house  restaurant in Minato Mirai Station

The Cosmo World amusement park has a handful of roller coaster rides, carnival attractions, a kid's zone and a large Ferris wheel that doubles as a clock. In the evening the park is illuminated, and adds to the night view of the city.




This is a ship-themed shopping mall on the waterfront facing Yokohama Port and Minato Mirai. There are plenty of cafes and unique restaurants you can enjoy while taking in the view or feeling the ocean breeze on the terrace.


Yokohama Station , Tokaido Station

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