Overview of Yokohama

Yokohama Connected

Japan is served by direct flights from all over the world, and once in Japan, you will find that well-planned public-transportation connections make travel to and within Yokohama so easy—with the added benefit that by choosing this system for your transportation, you might lower your carbon footprint.

Connected to the World

Yokohama is easily accessible from anywhere in the world thanks to the proximity of two international airports. Tokyo International Airport (Haneda Airport) and Narita International Airport, east of Tokyo, together handle almost 2,000 international flights by a total of 100 airlines every week, connecting to over 90 cities.
This efficient and extensive network of air routes makes Yokohama an especially appealing venue for convention delegates from the nations of Asia, Europe, and North America.


to Japan

Located in the center of Japan’s main island, Yokohama is a convenient gateway to other cities throughout Japan. Haneda Airport offers nearly 800 weekly flights to 40 cities across the country, while the station for the world-famous Shinkansen– (bullet train)– is just 11 minutes from Yokohama Station. The bullet train provides direct service to the cities of Kyoto and Osaka in about two and a half hours.


Connected City

Yokohama is easy to navigate with multilingual signage and excellent public transportation. There are various means of transportation for getting around the city, including the Minatomirai Line subway and overland trains operated by Japan Railway Company, as well as local buses, harbor cruise boats, and rental bicycles.


for All Budgets

Yokohama offers a wide variety of accommodation, from five-star hotels to student-friendly budget lodgings. There are over 20,000 rooms in the city and around 9,000 rooms within easy walking distance of the main convention center, PACIFICO Yokohama.