Welcome to the Kanagawa; a vibrant prefecture located just south of Tokyo. It is the second-most populous prefecture of Japan. Its prefectural capital, Yokohama is the largest city in the region and the second-largest city in the country. Yokohama is admired by locals and foreigners due to its wonderful mix of elegance and casualness. Other major cities include Kamakura, Hakone, and Kawasaki. Kanagawa was the political and economic center of Japan during the Kamakura period, and it has since been playing the leading role in developing Japan’s economy. It is now a highly advanced region in terms of urbanization and industrialization.

Destinations

Kanagawa is characterized by the mountains, rivers, and sea that are within it, as well as for being close to Japan’s most popular city, Tokyo. Kanagawa has universal appeal and is packed with temples, quaint cafes, magnificent shopping malls and great onsen towns.

Yokohama

Japan's cosmopolitan city popular among expats

Kamakura

Home to the Great Buddha and historical treasures

Hakone

Famous for hot springs and its fantastic views of Mt Fuji

Kawasaki

A large industrial coastal area

We arrange a wide array of meal choices for you, from Japanese traditional set meals, all you can eat, to local and seasonal specialties. Join us in exploring the taste of Japan!

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Different regions have their own traditional recipes and agricultural farming system. Many of the regional dishes can only be tasted in the original area they came from.

Shirokoro Horumon

A specialty of Atsugi City where blue-collar dish of grilled beef or pork intestines are rinsed clean and grilled in a rich miso-based sauce. The innards have a white color and round shape that shrinks as it cooks, becoming crispy on the outside and juicy and chewy on the inside. Local chefs have made an art form out of grilling it and various sauces, creating endless possibilities.

Odawara Kamaboko

Kamaboko is a fish cake that has been around since the 12th century, and the Odawara type is made from whitefish, egg whites, salt, and a touch of sake. It has a smooth and chewy texture and can be steamed, grilled, fried, or poached. It’s a traditional New Year’s dish in Japan.

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Experience

Whether this is your first time visiting, or returning, make sure to participate in these unique activities, that cannot be done elsewhere!

Shopping

Shopping

The portside paradise of Yokohama is the perfect place to slow down, grab a coffee and check out some of the very best shopping the region has to offer, such as Minato Mirai waterfront, Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse, Chinatown, Motomachi Shopping Street, and Queen's Square.

Shintoism

Shintoism

Enjoy a short moment with priests and "mikosan" (shrine maidens) in a Japanese Shinto shrine. Walkthrough the sacred place. Learn about Shintoism-the indigenous faith of the Japanese people. Learn the most common rules of visiting a Shinto shrine and discover the purification pond.

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Recommended Hotels

Never miss out good deals on these strategic and well known hotels. Contact us for more information!

APA Hotel & Resort Yokohama Bay Tower

InterContinental Yokohama Grand

Shin Yokohama Prince Hotel

The Prince Hakone Lake Ashinoko

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More Ideas

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