Yokohama (Japan): cruises online

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The city's port was one of the first to be opened to the western world in the 19th century and even today the metropolis is renowned for its international atmosphere. The city is home to both the largest Chinatown in the world and the tallest building in Japan, from where you can enjoy a wonderful view of Yokohama and the port. Many futuristic shopping centres provide fantastic shopping, excellent entertainment and culinary delights all under one roof. The landscaped garden of Sankei-en, created in 1906 by a silk trader from Yokohama is also worth seeing..


Westerdam
Celebrity Millennium
Celebrity Millennium
Westerdam
Celebrity Millennium
Celebrity Millennium
Westerdam
Diamond Princess
Diamond Princess
Diamond Princess
Diamond Princess
Diamond Princess
Diamond Princess
Diamond Princess
Diamond Princess

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