Yokohama Hammerhead (横浜ハンマーヘッド) is a multipurpose complex complete with a shopping mall, hotel, and cruise pier. Located a short walk from Bashamichi Station near Minato Mirai.
The core function of Yokohama Hammerhead is to serve as an international cruise terminal. Shinko Pier Cruise Terminal can hold cruise ships up to 116,000 tons. The CIQ (customs, immigration, and quarantine) Hall can even be used as an event and exhibition hall.
In addition to its pier and CIQ Hall, Yokohama Hammerhead is also home to the InterContinental Yokohama Pier 8 hotel; with over 170 rooms, the hotel offers sparkling views of the port with easy access to Yokohama and Tokyo.
The shopping mall portion of Yokohama Hammerhead is no less impressive. Boasting an interactive "factory" theme where visitors will become much more than shoppers. Visit 25 shops and restaurants, including tea rooms with fantastic views from the terrace, a sweets factory, ramen shops, and many more. Be sure to visit Ariake Harbor Studio to try their fresh-baked sweets. Try all the flavors of Yokohama.
Whether you plan to visit for a day or stay for the week, Yokohama Hammerhead is sure to spark your imagination and leave an impression with its beautiful vistas.
The popular cruise ship Pacific Venus makes port here before embarking toward its next port. Watch these beautiful ships come and go, or board a cruise of your very own.
This hotel has commanding views of the Port of Yokohama. With over 170 rooms to offer ample space to guests, the Pier 8 Hotel also has restaurants, a bar, banquet rooms, spa, gym, and an open rooftop area.Discover more
A total of 25 restaurants and stores make their home at Yokohama Hammerhead. Some of these great stores are even new businesses and first-store openings. After shopping, be sure to enjoy the views, drinks, and delicious food on offer.
10-minute walk from Bashamichi Station. 12-minute walk from Minatomirai Station 15-minute walk from Sakuragicho Station
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