A guide to Japan's prefectures and major cities
|Area:||434.98 square km (167.95 square miles)|
|Population:||3,703,998 as of November 2013|
|Tree:||Camellia, Japanese chinquapin, Sasanqua, Sweet viburnum, Gingko, Japanese zelkova|
Business & Industry:
Yokohama City’s GDP was 1.26 trillion yen in 2010, roughly equivalent to those of Hungary and New Zealand. Yokohama gathers businesses of various sizes and industries from world-class enterprises to small and medium-size companies with advanced technologies. The city also provides services that support business management in Yokohama.
Tourism & Culture:
Yokohama is famous for its abundant sightseeing spots. The Minatomirai area is an entertainment complex with shopping malls, an amusement park and movie theaters. In Motomachi, Yamashita Park and Yokohama Foreign General Cemetery are famous sightseeing spots. At the Shinyokohama Ramen Museum you can enjoy various ramen noodles.
Yokohama’s Chinatown, Japan’s largest, has many gorgeous Chinese restaurants. Yokohama Bayside Marina is the biggest marina in Japan, and holds 1,500 boats and yachts.