Getting to Yokohama
Access from Overseas
Getting to Yokohama from anywhere in the world is easy, thanks to the city's proximity to two international airports, Tokyo International Airport (Haneda) and Narita International Airport. The two airports together handle more than 2,100 international flights weekly from more than 90 cities in some 36 nations on more than 70 airlines. Proximity and extensive air service make Yokohama an especially effective venue for attracting convention participants from nations of Asia, Europe, and North America.
Located in the center of Japan's main island, Yokohama is a convenient gateway to other cities in Japan. The Haneda Airport serves over 77 flights daily to 23 cities in Japan. The Shinkansen (bullet train) station, 11 minutes from Yokohama station, runs straight to cities like Kyoto and Osaka in about two hours, and Fukuoka in 4.5 hours.
Train Network in Yokohama and Surrounding Area (Greater Tokyo)
Access within Yokohama
Yokohama is a very compact city, and the convention zones are easily accessible. There are various ways to get around including a subway (Minato Mirai Line), train (JR), bus, boat, and even bicycle. For more information, see Visitors Info.