Shinyokohama sta. is conveniently located with easy access to many major metropolitan areas. It takes only 12 minutes to get to Yokohama, 17 minutes to Kannai, 28 minutes to Kamioooka, 16 minutes to Machida, 38 minutes to Hachioji and 7 minutes to Sinagawa.
Address2-6-20 Shinyokohama, Kohoku-ku, Yokohama Shi, Kanagawa
Check-in3 P.M.Check-out10 A.M.
-JR Tokaido Shinkansen (Shinyokohma Station)
-JR Yokohama Line (Shinyokohama Station)
Private Railroad/ Subway
-Yokohama City Subway the 3rd Line (Shinyokohama Station)
From the station to the hotel
- From JR Shinyokohma Stn. North Gate, 3 minute walk
- From Eiden Nanboku Line (Shinyokohama Station) , 3 minute walk from no.8 exit
By Car It takes 5 minutes to drive from the Daisan-keihin Kouhoku IC.
Parking LotParking Capacity: 5 (A reservation is necessary for you in advance)
Fee: 1500 Yen per night
Hour: 3:00 p.m.-10:00a.m.
Vehicle Size Restriction: None
* In case the parking lot is full, hotel guides lead guests to nearby coin parking lots.
By BusIt takes 40 minutes from Haneda Airport by bus.
|Room for ladies
||Lady exclusive floor
|Rest room（with warm water cleaning toilet seat）
|VOD room theater (1000 yen for each night)
||Bath towels / Face towels
||Amenity goods for ladies|
||Shaving Razor (for purchase)
||Healthy ionic slipper
||Tea, cup and toothbrush|
||Electric pot with humidifier
||High-speed broad band internet (wired)|
|TV (above-ground wave, BS, VOD)
||Air cleaner with humidifier|
|Iron (for rent)
||Ash tray (for rooms allowing smoking)|
|Lamp (for rent)
Fresh-Baked Healthy Bread breakfast
In addition to the fresh, crunchy, croissants', there is also salads, milk, yogurt and many other forms of breakfast foods available for you.
Weekend Holidays 6：30～9：00
Nissan Stadium is the home stadium for the YOKOHAMA MARINOS. Besides football matches, the stadium has 9 track and field lanes: 400-meter oval running track and 100-meter straight track. It was completed in 1998 and cost 60.3 billion yen. With 72,327 seats, the stadium has the largest spectator capacity in Japan. It was the stadium for the final game for the 2002 FIFA World Cup.
・ Location：3300 Kozukue-cho, Kohoku-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagaw
・ Phone number：045-477-5000
Is a multipurpose indoor arena completed on April 1st,1989. It can be used to hold all kinds of sport events, concerts, news conferences, assemblies and TV broadcasts. It has been used for concerts for foreign stars many times. It can hold 17,000 spectators at a time and was chosen as one of the top 100 excellent arenas by musicians. It takes only five minutes to walk from Shin-Yokohama sta.
・ Location：3-10 Shin-Yokohama, Kohoku-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa
・ Phone number ：045-474-4000
Mitsuike Park is a comprehensive park located in Turumi, Yokohama, Kanagawa. It gets its name for the three ponds (the big pond, the mid pond, and the small pond) within the park. There are 35 different kinds or trees and more than 1000 cherry blossom trees here, and is usually selected as the best spot for appreciating the cherry blossoms when they bloom. The three ponds were built for agricultural water in 1787during the Edo Era, but now it has become a habitat for aquatic birds and other kinds of living things.
・ Location：Mitsuike Park, tsurumi-ku Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa
・ Phone number：045-581-0287
Shin-Yokohama Raumen Museum
Shin-Yokohama Raumen Museum is the first food theme park. You can not only enjoy delicious ramen in renowned ramen shops from all over Japan, but also watch the paper man performance, enjoy old-style cereal desserts and other antiquities. The museum copies the streetscape of the city in the setting sun in 1958. The time stops at the ancient streetscape and it seems that we also go back to 1958. We suggest that you enjoy the food of the whole museum by enjoying the mini ramen. The souvenier shop on the first floor offers a large variety of gifts to enjoy.
・ Location：2-14-21 Shin-Yokohama, Kohoku-ku, Yokohama, Kanagawa
・ Phone number：045-471-0503
Minato Mirai 21 Area
It is a coastal development area in Yokohama and the surroundings for the JR Sakuragicho sta.. Before 1980, the Yokohama shipyard of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. and the Japanese National Railways' Takashima Yard District, were east of Yokohama sta. After being rebuilt by the Yokohama city, Kanagawa Prefectural government and the Independent Corporate Urban Renaissance Agency, it has become one of the representatives of Yokohama. Yokohama, Nisseki Yokohama Building, Yokohama Landmark Tower, The Head Office of Yokohama Bank, Mitsubishi Heaby Industries Building, A to C of Queen's Square and other high-rise buildings are all concentrated here. Yokohama Shintoshi Building, Yokohama Baybridge, Yokahama Museum of Art, Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse, Yokohama World Popters, Yokohama Customs, Yokohama BLITZ and Cosmo Clock 21 Ferris wheel are all near here.
(Yokohama Bay Bridge) The Yokohama Bay Bridge in Yokohama is the longest cable stayed bridge in the world with 860-meter-long, which connects the Honmoku Pier and the Daikoku Pier. It was built in 1989 in order to solve the heavy traffic problem in the center of Yokohama. Its great size and beautiful nighttime lights make it a popular tourist attraction. Illuminated by 264 lights, it projects a dreamlike fairy tale world on the surface of the sea. There is also a spectacular promenade called the Sky Walk, where you can enjoy the pleasing full view of the Yokohama port from the long corridor and observation floor.
・ Phone number：045-506-0500
Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse
The Red Brick Warehouse is one of many attractions within the Yokohama Port. Initially it was a 2-building bonded warehouse built from the end of the Meiji era to the beginning of the Taisho era. It gradually fell into disuse after 1989, but in 2002 the warehouse was restored as a commercial facility on the basis of its original style. Building No. 1 acts as a cultural facility used for many different of events and Building No. 2 acts as a commercial facility containing highly individualistic shops and restaurants. Parks and squares were built in the area around the warehouse and it presents a flourishing picture of the port.
・ Location：1-1 Shinko, Naka-ku, Yokohama-, Kanagawa
・ Phone number：045－227－2002(Information from No.2 building of Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse）
Yokohama Landmark Tower
It is the highest skyscraper in Japan, since February, 2009, and is a symbol of Yokohama. This skyscraper stands at a height of 296 meters, and houses many offices, a shopping mall, a conference hall, as well as a hotel and an observation deck. Sky Garden, located on the 69th floor, provides an amazing 360 degree view. The full view along the east of Japan from the dizzying 273 meter-high building will take your breath away. On the other hand, if you want dining or shopping, the Landmark Plaza Shopping Mall offers the very best available. There are approximately 170 specialty stores in the first five floors alone. You may even simply enjoy window shopping through the vast selection.
・ Location：2-2-1 Minatomirai, Nishi-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa
・ Phone number：045-222-5015