June 1 (Fri) to September 30 (Sun) 2012
It comes height of summer!! Drink beer and have fun on the ocean. Here comes upgraded "Summer Night Beer Set". Fully enjoy sea breeze and beer ◆Foods : Yokohama-Beer-Kaki (rice crackers), three kinds of Fried Chinese dumpling, three kinds of Steamed Chinese dumpling, and stir-fried rice ◆Drink : Beer, house wine, Shochu, Non-alcohol drink, drink as much as you want *It is recommended to make a reservation as seats number is limited.
May 10 (Thr) to September 30 (Sun) 2012
"BBQ Garden" is open at the Beer Port, a restaurant in Kirin Yokohama Beer Village. You can eat BBQ as much as you want! You can drink beer as much as you want!! Enjoy fresh beer straight from the brewery in green and outdoor! ◆Menu Eat and drink as much as you want (within two hours) *Order will be stopped 30 minutes before the limited time. Close：Monday (If a Monday is a national holiday, we will open on the Monday and close on the next day)*Open on July 26 (Mon) and September 17 (Mon), and close on July 17 (Tue) and September 18 (Tue)
June 1 (Fri) to August 31 (Fri)
Admission free for Yukata, the annual summer event of Ramen Museum" is now held. Admission fee will be free if you wear Yukata, Jinbei, Samu...
May 1 (Tue) to late September
Entire area of the Yokohama Marine Tower is holding a beer garden. You can enjoy BBQ at the beer garden in the open-terrace on the ground floor. A world beer corner is also available for you to enjoy. The view of the Yokohama Port and Yamashita Park can be seen from the beer terrace in the Tower restaurant on the 4th floor.
until Thursday, September 30, 2012
Last year's popular summer beer garden returns! The beer garden terrace has a wonderful view of the illuminated Yokohama Bay Bridge and is ...
April 28 (Sat.) to June 3 (Sun.)
Blythe has a unique grapefruit size head and four colors eyes which can be changed when pulling a string at the back of his head. Since its arrival in Japan in 2001, it has gained popularity as a leader of fashion dolls. To celebrate its 10th anniversary, special exhibit which started from Shibuya Parco and traveled through Japan will hold its finale at the Yokohama Doll Museum.
April 28 (Sat.) to July 1 (Sun.), 2012,
The accident at Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant which was caused by the Great East Japan Earthquake on March 11, 2011 triggered controversy over nuclear power plants and new energy throughout Japan. This exhibit will showcase 68 works based on the theme of "Nuclear Power Plant and New Energy" by 34 illustrators which their works are published on newspapers and other media.