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    One of the most tiring things about traveling is taking care of your luggage, especially at busy airports and train stations in major cities like Yokohama, Japan. But you don’t have to worry because Radical Storage offers safe, friendly, and reliable services for luggage storage in Yokohama.

    We collaborate with local businesses near famous tourist hubs and transportation centers for convenient storage options. With Radical Storage, you can not only drop off your bags at our partner locations for just 5€ per bag/day but also get a security coverage of up to 3000€ for your luggage.

    About Yokohama

    Located in the south of the capital city of Tokyo, Yokohama is a major economic, trade, and cultural hub in Japan. It is the largest port city on Tokyo Bay and the second-largest city in Japan with respect to population. As of this year, Yokohama Japan’s population is 3.8 million, making it the most populous municipality in the country.

    Yokohama’s port was opened in 1859 for international trade and it quickly transformed Yokohama from a small fishing town to the second-biggest metropolitan area in Japan. The port paved the way for Chinese immigrants who built settlements there, that are now known as Yokohama Chinatown.

    Local transport in Yokohama is offered by subway lines and municipal bus services that operate around 800 buses within the city and offer routes for Yokohama airport as well. From Yokohama to Tokyo, the fastest and most convenient way is by train which takes around 50 minutes.

    Things to do in Yokohama

    Here are some of the best things you can do during your trip to Yokohama:

    Explore Yokohama Chinatown

    Yokohama Chinatown is a vibrant immigrant town in the city filled with over 250 Chinese restaurants run by Cantonese people who live in the area. After the Sino-Japanese War, many of the early Chinese settlers left Japan but there is still a large Chinese community living there.

    Visit the CupNoodles Museum

    This museum is as interesting as it sounds, thanks to Momofuku Ando, the inventor of Cup Noodles and Ramen. It features engaging displays of the complete noodle-making process from kneading and seasoning, all the way to cooking and serving and there are cup noodle stalls as well.

    Shop at Yokohama Motomachi Shopping Street

    Learn about the Japanese fashion culture by exploring clothing stores, accessory shops Japanese designer boutiques in the Yokohama Motomachi Shopping Street. This 1 km long street has everything from local fast fashion brands to luxury shops and Japanese flagship stores.

    Watch the ships from Ōsanbashi Pier

    Ōsanbashi Pier is a passenger ship terminal where cruise ships arrive from all parts of the world. Over time, the pier has transformed into a popular tourist destination where you can find seafood restaurants, easy car parking, and a scenic rooftop space that offers views of Yokoham’s skyline.