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Japannese

Noge

About 600 restaurants and shops line the bustling streets of Noge. Drop by to enjoy delicious meals and drinks in a casual atmosphere. The town is also known for hosting Noge Daidogei (Noge-Street Performance), one of Japan’s three major street performance festivals in Japan. You will also love Nogeyama Zoo with over 100 species of animals.

1. Nogeyama Zoo

Nogeyama zooiThe open concept offers an opportunity for everyone to visit and enjoy the zoo and for small children to meet and interact with animals for the first time as they learn valuable life lessons from them. Marking its 70th anniversary, Nogeyama Zoo has always enjoyed and will continue to enjoy popularity among both tourists and local residents.
Admission fee: Free

(Official website:https://www.hama-midorinokyokai.or.jp/zoo/nogeyama/)

2. Yokohama Noh Theater


Yokohama Noh TheaterYokohama Noh Theater is the oldest Noh stage in the Kanto region and boasts 140 years of history.
When not in use for performances, you can see the stage freely from the second floor.
Once a month, the theater holds a guided tour.
For more details, please visit the official website.

(Official website:https://yokohama-nohgakudou.org/)

3. Yokohama Nigiwa-za


Yokohama Nigiwa-za opened in 2002 (Heisei 14) as a theater dedicated to Japan’s popular performing arts of Rakugo and Manzai.
From the 1st to the 15th of every month, a wide variety of daily performances are held. Visit the theater to enjoy Rakugo, Manzai, and magic and more.

(Official website:https://nigiwaiza.yafjp.org/)

Kannai

Yokohama Noh TheaterThe Kannai area is one of the best tourist destinations with Bashamichi, Chinatown, and Yamashita-koen Park. Kannai is also the center of Yokohama where government offices, such as Kanagawa Prefectural Government Building, Yokohama City Hall,and Kanagawa Prefectural Police and companies are concentrated.

1. Yamashita-koen Park

Yamashita-koen Park opened in 1930 (Showa 5). It is also well known for its beautiful roses. The Future Rose Garden is open in spring and autumn every year at the park, delighting visitors with its blooming roses.

(Official website:https://www.city.yokohama.lg.jp/kurashi/machizukuri-kankyo/midori-koen/koen/koen/daihyoteki/kouen008.html)

2. Yokohama Chinatown

Yokohama ChinatownYamashita-koen Park opened in 1930 (Showa 5). It is also well known for its beautiful roses. The Future Rose Garden is open in spring and autumn every year at the park, delighting visitors with its blooming roses.

(Official website:https://www.chinatown.or.jp/)

3. Yokohama Cup Noodles Museum

Through the museum's various exhibits, you can learn about the creative thinking of Momofuku Ando, the founder of Nissin Food Products and the inventor of chicken ramen, the world’s first instant ramen. Also, you can create your own original Cup Noodles and make chicken ramen by hand.

(Official website:https://www.cupnoodles-museum.jp/ja/yokohama/)

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