Here are photos from my two visits to Yokohama, Japan in September and October 2017. Yokohama is the second largest city in Japan and, although close to Tokyo, it is dwarfed by its larger neighbor. But there is a lot to see and do in Yokohama, whether you arrive by plane, train, or ship (as I did).

Stuart Gustafson personally took each photograph displayed, and the copyrighted images are owned by him. If you click on a thumbnail image, you will see a larger and more complete picture that opens in a separate window.

The Bay, Cruise Terminal, and Downtown

Approaching Bridge

Sailing Under

The North Tower

In the Harbor

Our Cruise Terminal

We’re Here!

Inside the Terminal

Red Brick Warehouses

Walking Distance

Love the Alleyways

Narrow Streets are Fun

Another One

Interesting Statue

Pedestrian Street

More Shopping

Corner Building

Statue by A. Rodin

Chinatown Entrance

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2017 Yokohama Oktoberfest

Yokohama Oktoberfest

Let’s Go In

Know That Brand

Just One, Please

Quite the Crowd

It’s a Full House


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