After some mountains and trees, it's back to the city! #Yokohama (横浜) is the second largest city by population after Tokyo, and is one of the first ports to open to foreign trade in 1859. So you will see lots of different cultures' architecture and food, like their Chinatown as well as the coastal areas.
1. First meal of Tsukemen (つけ麺), which is basically ramen that's dipped into the soup, after almost 4 hours of travelling. This is 300g of noodles for only 980 yen! Had to nap in the hotel afterwards from indigestion.
2. The night view of the skyline at the Kishamichi Promenade.
3. The Red Brick Warehouse, one of the many symbols of their opening of trade, first completed in 1913.
4. Along the street in Kamakura on the way to Kōtoku-in (高徳院)
5. The Great Buddha of Kamakura (鎌倉大仏, Kamakura Daibutsu)
6. Hasedera (長谷寺) which houses an eleven-headed statue of Kannon (guanyin), the Goddess of Mercy.
7. View of Kamakura Yuigahama Beach
8. Hakkeijima Sea Paradise! Was here to catch a sight of their famous sea otter, Yutan
9. WE CAN FEED OTTERS
10. Was told that Yutan died :(