Map Yokohama Japan for Printing

A general overview of Yokohama’s port, main streets, and roads. 

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Yokohama Port:


Yokohama Port is one of the largest and busiest seaports in Japan, situated on the western coast of Tokyo Bay. It serves as a major gateway for international trade and is known for its scenic waterfront. The port area has undergone significant development, transforming it into a vibrant commercial and recreational zone.

Facilities and Terminals:

  1. Osanbashi Pier: This is a popular pier and waterfront area with a modern passenger terminal. It serves as a cruise ship terminal and offers panoramic views of the bay.
  2. Shinko Pier: Another significant terminal area for cargo handling and industrial activities.
  3. Daikoku Pier: Known for its industrial facilities and container terminals.

Main Streets and Roads:

1. Yamashita Park Promenade:

  • A scenic waterfront promenade offering views of the bay and access to landmarks like the Hikawa Maru ship museum.

2. Minato Mirai 21:

  • This is a major urban development and business district with high-rise buildings, shopping centers, and entertainment complexes. Streets like Shinko and Sakuragicho are part of this area.

3. Motomachi Shopping Street:

  • A historic shopping street featuring a mix of international and traditional Japanese stores. It is known for its European-style architecture.

4. Yokohama Chinatown:

  • Famous for being one of the largest Chinatowns in the world. The main streets within Chinatown include Chukagai-dori and Yamashita-cho.

5. Isezakicho Shopping Street:

  • A bustling shopping district with a variety of shops, restaurants, and entertainment options.

6. Yokohama Station Area:

  • A major transportation hub with a busy train station, shopping malls (such as Landmark Plaza), and office buildings.

7. Yokohama Bay Bridge:

  • An iconic bridge connecting the waterfront areas and providing stunning views of the port.

8. Shin-Yokohama:

  • Home to the Nissan Stadium and Shin-Yokohama Ramen Museum. It’s a transportation hub with a Shinkansen station.

9. Yamate-dori:

  • A well-known road in Yokohama, often associated with historic Western-style residences.

10. National Route 1 (Tokyo Bay Aqua-Line):

  • A significant road connecting Yokohama to Tokyo and other parts of the country. The Tokyo Bay Aqua-Line includes tunnels and bridges, providing a scenic route.
Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.

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