Osanbashi Pier

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Yokohama International Passenger Terminal, also known as Osanbashi or Yokohama Port, is located at Osanbashi Pier. Osanbashi Pier, located between Minato Mirai and Yamashita Park / Chinatown, is the most important international port terminal for Japan due to its proximity to Tokyo many cruise lines from around the world stop by.

信息

地址

1 Kaigan-dori, 1-4 Naka-ku, Yokohama, Kanagawa 〒231-0002 (路线)

营业时间

24小时开放 现正开放

开放时间

星期一 24小时开放
星期二 24小时开放
星期三 24小时开放
星期四 24小时开放
星期五 24小时开放
星期六 24小时开放
星期天 24小时开放
假期 24小时开放

电话号码

045-211-2304

备品

  • 收费储物柜
  • 问询柜台

Internet

  • 免费Wi-Fi

交通方式

By train, Osanbashi Pier can be reached via a seven-minute walk from Nihon-Odori Station (Minato Mirai Line) or 15-minute walk from Kannai Station (JR, Yokohama Subway). By bus, Osanbashi Pier is accessible via the Akai Kutsu sightseeing bus (stop C15), from the Motomachi/Chinatown area heading towards Sakuragicho Station. On foot, Osanbashi Pier can be easily accessed from nearby sightseeing spots, between Yamashita Park and the Minato Mirai. The Akarenga Red Brick Warehouse is a 10-minute walk.

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