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Published on 04.27.2016
During Christmas season, Yokohama Minato Mirai is brought to life with sparkling decorations.
Illumination displays at Grand Mall, stretch a length of 700 metres near Minato Mirai subway station, and are fully decorated with lights and ornaments for the season.
The night view rom Yokohama Bay Hotel Tokyo of the seasonal decorations is terrific.
Queen Square Yokohama is directly connected to Minato Mirai station. At its Pond Area, is a fantastic place to see the reflection of the lights in the pond.
The world’s biggest ferris wheel with a clock, Cosmo Clock 21 is at Cosmo World amusement park. It is impressive to look up at this massive structure from the bottom.
There are 3 zones in Cosmo World; Wonder Amuse zone, Brano Street zone, and Kids Carnival zone. In Wonder Amuse zone, there is Cosmo Clock 21 and there is also a rolling coaster “Vanish”. Brano Street zone is designed to be like a colourful town in Brano Island, Italy. There is a haunted house, a simulating theatre “Another World”, and one can experience the feeling of 30 degrees below zero in “Ice World”. Kids Carnival zone is designed for children, with a merry-go-round, a cycle-monorail, and so on.
Cross Gate and Colette Mare (T.O.C. Minato Mirai shopping centre) also shine beautifully. Cross Gate is also called Cross Gate City, and it is a commercial building with a shopping mall. It also has Yokohama Sakuragi-cho Washington Hotel on its upper floors.
By looking at Aska, a cruise liner leaving port, and by visiting Nihon-maru schooner, one can experience the unique view of the port city, Yokohama. Nihon-maru schooner is also known as a “Swan of the Pacific Ocean” or the “Lady of the Sea” because of its beautiful structure.
The 69th floor of the 70-story, 296.33-meter-tall Land Mark Tower is an observatory, and looking down at the Christmas illumination displays of Yokohama are from there, is sure to be breath-taking.
Read more from Tomoko Kamishima: http://en.japantravel.com/profile/tomoko-kamishima/41
Music: We wish you a Merry Christmas/ Jingle Punks (YouTube Audio Library)
Source: Japan Travel