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Yokohama

The second largest city in Japan, Yokohama has traditionally been a major maritime hub and port. In 1853, Commodore Matthew Perry of the U.S. Navy landed at Yokohama, and forced Japan to open to outside trade, ending over two hundred years of self-imposed isolation. Today, Yokohama is a cosmopolitan, thriving city, and the place where Japan first absorbed such hallmarks of Western culture as beer, baseball and classical music.

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A frequent visitor to Japan, our General Manager Victoria Hilley loves the local food as well as petting the cute deer in Nara.
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