May 11, 2018

Thanks to the Port: Free Admissions

June 2 (Sat) is Port-Opening day.

Commemorating this special day, the following facilities in Yokohama will be open to the public free of charge. *Each facility will have its own conditions (eg: showing your ID) and content for free admission. Please contact each facility for details.

Facilities where all visitors will be admitted free of charge: Yokohama Fishing Piers, Yokohama Archives of History, Museum of Yokohama Urban History, Yokohama Museum of EurAsian Cultures, Yokohama History Museum and Osaragi Jiro Memorial Museum,

Facilities where university students and under will be admitted free of charge: Silk Museum and Yamate Shiryokan

Facilities where high school students and under will be admitted free of charge: Sankeien, Yokohama Tram Museum, NYK Hikawamaru, NYK Maritime Museum, Yokohama Doll Museum, Hamagin Child Science Center, Sail Training Ship Nippon Maru, Yokohama Port Museum, Yokohama Marine Tower, Mitsubishi Minatomirai Industrial Museum, Yokohama Art Museum (collection exhibition only), Yokohama Landmark Tower Observation Deck, and Sport centers: Asahi, Izumi, Isogo, Konan, Sakae, Seya, Tsuzuki, Trurumi, Totsuka, Naka, Nishi and Minami (individual use and training room)

Facilities where junior high school students and under will be admitted free of charge: Kanazawa Zoo, Zoorasia (Yokohama Zoological Garden), Swimming pools (Asahi, Sakae, Tsuzuki, Shimizugaoka Koen, Tsuzuki and Hodogaya), Rinetsu Kanazawa (except public bath area), Yokohama Ice Arena (skating fee only) and Ward’s sport centers (Aoba, Kanagawa, Kohoku, Hodogaya and Midori) (individual use and training room).

Date: June 2 (Sat)

Inquiries: (045) 671-3625 (Japanese)

Thanks to the Port: Free Admissions photo



The Yokohama Association for International Communications and Exchanges (YOKE) is a public interest incorporated foundation funded and supported by the City of Yokohama.

We at Yoke, in cooperation with local residents, promote the creation of a community in which foreign residents of our community can thrive and contribute.



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