One of the city’s first attempts at redevelopment, Harbour View Park opened in 1962. The building that housed the first British legation to Japan - now called British House Yokohama - still stands near the rose garden beside one of the park gates. The park also contains a museum dedicated to local novelist Osaragi Jiro (1897-1973).

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114 Yamate-cho, Naka-ku, Kanagawa

Transport Motomachi-Chukagai station (Minato Mirai line).

Telephone 045 622 8244

Telephone 045 623 7812 British House

Telephone 045 622 5002 Osaragi Jiro Memorial Museum

Open Park 24hrs daily. british house 9.30am-5pm daily. closed 4th wed of mth. osaragi jiro memorial museum oct-mar 10am-4.30pm daily; apr-sept 10am-5.30pm daily. closed 4th mon of mth.

Admission Admission Park & British House free. Osaragi Jiro Memorial Museum ¥200; ¥100 concessions.


Please note: All information is correct at the time of writing but is subject to change without notice.

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