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Yokohama Landmark Tower
Landmark Tower, a 296-meter-tall skyscraper, with 70 floors above the ground and 3 underground, consists of an observation deck “Sky Garden,” a shopping mall “Landmark Plaza,” an outdoor event space “Dockyard Garden,” and accommodates a hotel and many offices and restaurants. It is a true “landmark” of Yokohama. Enjoy a spectacular view of this port town from Sky Garden.
- 2-2-1 Minato Mirai, Nishi-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa
- Contact No.
- 3-min walk from Minato Mirai Station on Minato Mirai Line 5-min walk from Sakuragicho Station on JR Line or Yokohama Municipal Subway
- Opening Hours / Holidays
- Each business has a different schedule.
Open all year round
- Official Website
- Time Required
- 60 minutes
- Admission fee
- Admission for the observation deck “Sky Garden” on 69th Floor: 1,000 yen for adults, 800 yen for high school students and seniors (ages 65 and up), 500 yen for elementary and junior high school students and 200 yen for children ages 4 and up.
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A night view of Minato Mirai
Sky Garden, located on the 69th floor at 273 meters high, is an observation deck almost reaching into the sky. The elevator going up to Sky Garden is the fastest in Japan, requiring just 40 seconds to move from the 2nd to 69th floor. The deck offers you not only a beautiful view of the port town of Yokohama during the day but also a 360-degree panoramic night view.
At Landmark Plaza, a mall with approximately 160 shops and restaurants, you can purchase everything from fashion items, furniture, home accessories, stationery and food. With a wide variety of cafes and eateries, it is also a great place to enjoy lunch and dinner.
Dockyard Projection Mapping
Dockyard Garden puts on a visual program using projection mapping every night. Visuals are displayed on a massive stone wall, approximately 10 meters high and 29 meters wide, providing a compelling sense of realism in texture and velocity. This is the first time 180-degree interactive technology has been introduced to Japan.
Surrounding the Dockyard Garden is Mirai Yokocho, an “alley” filled with gastronomical entertainment. It has an array of dining options including seafood, yakitori (chicken skewers), udon (thick noodles) and teppanyaki (hot plate cooking), to satisfy your appetite and will make you want to return.