Capacious Metropolis, Yokohama
The campus of YNU is located in Yokohama, a big city with convenient access to Tokyo and Haneda Airport. Less crowded than Tokyo, this charming city not only attracts many foreign and local visitors, but also provides an excellent living environment as a safe and comfortable commuter town.
Having experienced a unique transition from a small fishing village to Japan's second largest city in just 150 years, it is the starting point of Western culture in Japan, including railways, daily newspapers, city lights, water supply, tennis, and beer.
From Tokyo Station & Haneda Airport
Largest City in Japan
Tourists / year
City in Japan to Adopt Western Culture
Osanbashi International Passenger Terminal
Yamate Diplomat's House
Red Brick Warehouse
Yokohama Bay Bridge
Yokohama Port Opening Memorial Hall
Yokohama Convention & Visitors Bureau
Official tourism website of Yokohama. This website is packed with information to help you experience Yokohama, including recommended sightseeing spots, the latest event information, dining information, model courses, maps, and night view spots.www.yokohamajapan.com
The Tokiwadai Campus is home to all undergraduate colleges and graduate schools of YNU. It was constructed on a piece of land vacated by Hodogaya Country Club, the first 18-hole golf course in Japan.
The green campus just 3 km away from Yokohama Station creates a park-like atmosphere, and has an excellent environment for studying and researching, as well as a relaxed campus life.
From Yokohama Station by bus
Cooler than City in Summer
Pathway to the Main Entrance