As the most iconic building near Sakuragicho, it can be said to be the building as its name suggests. It can be reached from Yokohama Sakuragicho Station. There are also special pedestrian walkways along the way, so you don't have to worry about getting wet in rainy days. Because it is considered a high-end business district, there are more office workers, shopping malls are also more high-end, and food stores are not easy to find. The landmark tower is divided into a business area and a hotel area. From around the 50th floor, there are all hotel areas. The room types are different, but the view is very good. The view room I lived in this time is directly facing the Ferris wheel, which is very good. They are all super big. The lower floors are basically business buildings, and the elevators are separated, so they will not affect each other. There is also a special viewing floor on the top floor, where you can see the panoramic view of Yokohama. Below the entire building is Sakura Avenue, which is also connected to Nippon Maru Yacht, subway station and shopping mall. It is super convenient. It is not far from the red brick warehouse and 21st Century Port in the starting area. It is really a good place with a good location.
me and my family at sakuragicho landmark!
This is one of Yokohama's premier sights. The building's design is loved by residents and travelers alike. Take a ride up to the observation decks if you have time for a stunning landscape view of Yokohama. Take a few snacks or a picnic lunch and enjoy some relaxing time in the near by open spaces and parks while marveling and snapping selfies of the tower and surroundings.
Lovely views from the tower and nice photo opportunities of the tower. The entire area is very walkable, especially at night. I enjoy walking to the ship terminal and China Town. Even at 2:00 I feel safe wandering around with a large Canon camera around my neck. Japan is wonderful.